As a dead-haired supporter on the Harry Potter series, and as someone who has been blown by a behavioral bandand at all times – the kind that has attacked George Lucas and more recently, Rian Johnson – watching Fantastic Fairs: Grindelwald Crimes finally created perspective.
The movie ends with a scene that was so offensive to those of us who have eager to have another chance to return to JK Rowling's Wizarding World – those of us who have defended it to insist insisting to go back & stuff & solve; – He felt like a slap in the face.
What started as harmful changes – the sexuality of Dumbledore and the race of another character has changed – turned into a strange battle to rewrite some aspects of Harry Potter's stories that we love so great.
Perhaps I have fallen to the same category of toxic bandand that I will deny, or maybe it is a witness that it is a shame to create that it has inspired such a passionate response. There is a difficult situation. But of course, if anyone has the right to enjoy Harry Potter, he's JK Rowling.
But I'll remember to grow up with Harry. I can remember to place bookings in advance for the books, and read, obsessively, repeatedly. I remember queue up for the last movie, surrounded by squares in black beans, spreadandands already. And I can remember to queue up again, I can not leave.
This world is meaningful. To make us feel, however a little, that what we have believed for so many years is always a lie, hurts.
But we will always have the books. No-one can take that away from us. Nor can it erase the movies of the memories.
As a memorial, more than anything else, this is a personal site of all Harry Potter movies, from the worst to the best – although only one movie can be called & # 39; sorry & # 39;
Beasts Fantastic: The Crime of Grindelwald
The only movie of a lot that feels like insult. What makes it worse is that that is written by Rowling himself. He has nothing to do with the charm, the sub-text, or the curiosity of his earlier work, and his screen script tells us that the talented director, David Yates, was not trying to steal.
Fantastic Lives and Where To Find
It can be described precisely as the Harry Potter series solution to Hobbit movies – very expected, but maybe too loud for its own. However, there is an unexpected joy in discovering new worlds within the magical universe of Rowling.
Harry Potter and the Goblet or Fire
It would always be a difficult task to adapt a book so detailed, and the vision of Mike Newell, director, might not be compatible with that of the fans. & # 39; His movie has some really memorable minutes – everything about the Triwizard Tournament and the Yule Gap was great – but the opening action has stopped still. You must refer to the composer Patrick Doyle, whose score is one of the most memorable of the whole series.
Harry Potter and Illness Illness – Part 1
He could not help but feel the first part of a bigger story, but look in detail and you will notice director David Yates completely over the material. He called a generic way film in the months leading to his release, and that's probably described as precisely for this movie as it can be.
Harry Potter and Chamber Secrets
Chamber Secrets returned to everything the first movie did such a great experience. It may also be the last of the lot that really took care of being faithful to the book.
Harry Potter to Cherrig and Sorcerer
Harry Potter's first film will always have a special place in our hearts. We must also remember that the films are being introduced to the world of Rowling for a considerable amount of Potter fanbase. And we could not have asked for a better big screen version. We all remember the first time we went to Diagon Alley, our first Quidditch game, and a first glimpse of Lord Voldemort.
Harry Potter and the Phoenix Order
The Phoenix Order succeeded in the exactities of the failure of Goblet of Fire. He was a more intense book to adapt, but in his only credit writing for the series, Michael Goldenberg held the essence of what Rowling's novel made as a key episode in the story. It was also the first Potter film of David Yates, and, incredibly, his first theatrical feature film.
Harry Potter to the Azkaban Prisoner
Azkaban was the first Potter film to take a heavy artistic step. It could not have been more different than both who came to the front, and for a film that came out in 2004, it was amazing the kind of creative freedom given to the director Alfonso Cuaron . Keep in mind, according to him, he was not the director of Gravity who won Academy Awards. This was before Women's Children. He was simply a famous foreign film maker. Let's not ignore the risk of Warner Bros.
Harry Potter and Illness Illness – Part 2
Years before Mad Max: Fury Road, the last Potter film David Yates, was basically refined action, basically one long view. It might be Yas's strong loyalty for the series, or it may be something else, but because fans have not seen their full range as a film maker – before Potter has been instructed by a number of television films – we have not also appreciate what came to the board. His treatment on actions is unparalleled; such as Ridley Scott and Justin Lin, can tell smaller stories within a large piece framework. Not everyone can do that.
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
An unusual choice, but certainly not an incredible one. The Half-Blood Prince is experimental, awful. She has a wonderful, amazing, visual comedy tune that would remind you of Ingmar Bergman's movie, and the most beautiful packing of any Potter movies. We forget how funny it was, and the quiet character moments that Yates faced between the history.
First Published: November 17, 2018 12:00 IST