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15 results for 'harry potter'

Interview With Rolf Hitzer, Author Of

By Novel Noise, published on Oct 13, 2009

...of Honor, starring Cuba Gooding JR.

What fictional character is most like you?

I’m told, Tim the Toolman Taylor.

What is the greatest album ever?

Dark Side of the Moon, Pink Floyd.

Ok, Star Trek, Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, or Harry Potter?

Hands down, Lord of the Rings.

What is your ideal brain food?

Cheeseburger loaded, hold the Tomatoes.

What accomplishment are you most proud of and why?

Being there for my family when they need me the most. We all need someone we can ... (more)

Tags: harry potter, nasa, movie, real estate

Duh Na. Duh Na.

By slowasigo, published on Aug 31, 2008

...Disney. He has won 5 times.

Williams scored more than 80 films during the past 40 years, in fact, some of the biggest in history. Goodbye Mr. Chips, Fiddler on the Roof, Jaws, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Star Wars, Jurassic Park, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Saving Private Ryan, Harry Potter series, E.T., and Superman represent only a fraction of his work.

On the 29th of August I attended the John Williams: A Hollywood Legend performance at the Hollywood Bowl. As I walked the two blocks up from Hollywood Blvd to the venue I half expected to see a Star Trek convention... (more)

Tags: basketball, harry potter, disney, movie, california, superman, hollywood, music

Un Livre De 7 A  77 Ans, Pour Tous Les Peter Pan...

By Sandra Knafo, published on Jul 29, 2008

Ce petit blond, à la tenue indémodable, intemporelle et interplanétaire, qui demande si poliment à un aviateur de lui dessiner un mouton ringardise Harry Potter...

Ce roi qui regne sur un royaume sans sujets, trone sur de valeureuses valeurs.

Cet allumeur de réverbères qui ne s'arrete jamais, ce renard émouvant qui se veut philosophe.

Et cette snob de rose, capricieuse mais amoureuse..allégorie de Consuelo l'épouse de l'auteur, c'est elle qui lui a suggéré de dédicacer l'ouvrage à... (more)

Tags: harry potter, disney

Some Goosebumps Never Fade...

By C. Reagan, published on May 15, 2008


With a PG-13 rating, the film appealed widely to the same audience that the Horrorland books hope to attract.

In a genius move, Sony announced today that they have acquired the film rights to the Goosebumps brand. While still in need of a writer, the film is slated on the fast track and dependent on it's success, a never-ending franchise can't be far behind.

Watch out Harry Potter, Goosebumps is primed to take over your corner of those lucrative young pocket books. Be warned: you'll need one hell of a magic wand to stop The Abominable Snowman of Pasadena!


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Filmmakers Rising To The Occasion

By KLiedle, published on Feb 26, 2008


“People want to see documentaries, but there’s a disconnect between that desire and the exhibitors out there...We’re not asking for charity. This [Documentaries]could be on the 15th screen of a multiplex that would otherwise have the sixth showing of the new Harry Potter movie." (Michael Moore, Writer/Director "Sicko")

Follow Michael Moore's lead and urge theatre chains to show more documentaries. The nominated documentaries are each educational, thought-provoking, and extraordinary in their own way. They certainly deserve more recognition, as... (more)

Tags: iraq, harry potter, michael moore, movie, police, music

Marines! Save The USA From An Infected Administration!

By David Brager, published on Jan 20, 2008

...with humankind. They have not a shred of human kindness. They do not represent that of which this great nation was built or beloved. I am sick of watching this bully make my country look any worse as he and his entire family, for four generations, have done to putrefy my USA.

Harry Potter put me onto a lot of logic. By replicating the logic of the Torah and building a more modern version of the logical virus, Voldemort is back. Also, the three curses -- the lying curse, the torturing curse and the killing curse -- fit exactly over the three missing pieces from the hand tool... (more)

Tags: france, harry potter, judaism, islam, christianity, jesus, disney, myspace, movie, terrorism, shooting, iran, china

What do you read?

By Ivan Homeless, published on Dec 18, 2007

...a pretty decent main character in Alex Cross and for similar reasons I liked the Robert B. Parker Spenser novels. I also like children's literature, Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events paid homage to some of the greats of modern satire, Swift and Twain for example. I dig the Harry Potter books, no other word for it, I just dig them. I even like Louis Sachar's works because they are damned funny. I can live without Judy Blume, thanks, couldn't read her when I was a kid can't read her as an adult. My favorites that I will always go back to: Bulgakov, Dosteyeski, Kafka,... (more)

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The Film Reviews: Harry Potter & The Order Of The Phoenix

By Gad@er, published on Aug 3, 2007

All pretense at cuteness is gone in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, a spellbinding drama that's edgier than the previous Harry Potter movies. The book itself is one of the more difficult Harry Potter novels to follow, with all of the character's backstories being further fleshed out in order to set up the final act we're all sure is coming -- the ultimate one on one showdown between Harry Potter and Lord Voldemort. However screenwriter Michael Goldenberg's first crack at the series sheds all but the very essential plot points, focusing on Harry and his best friends as they prepare... (more)

Tags: harry potter, the order of the phoenix

Transformers - The Review

By Glenn T, published on Jul 21, 2007

... television counterpart. For us, the Transformers were a seminal part of our youth, not simple the latest CGI badasses to cut up downtown Los Angeles. So, I figured that I would let the other target group see the movie in its first week and half – and when they had moved on to seeing Harry Potter, or lining up for Simpsons tickets, I could see it in relative peace. And so I did, on a Tuesday evening, in a theater with maybe fifty people in it, with nary a studded belt, overgelled hairdo or Sidekick in sight. In retrospect, it wasn’t a very good movie – almost all... (more)

Tags: los angeles, harry potter, simpsons, movie

Summer Sequel Bonanaza Begins Tomorrow

By Charles Harmison, published on May 1, 2007

...Bruce Willis must have lost a bet or something cause no one expected or even asked for this release especially amidst such a field of other action movies. It would appear this is offered for the old man to see while the kiddies go watch Spiderman or the next movie on the list. 10)Harry Potter and the Order of The Phoenix; 07/13/07 - Part 5, yes there are now five movies, in the never ending series from author J.K. Rowling. Considering the age of the lead actor and his latest moonlights into adult themed stories it is becoming clear that the Harry Potter movies are losing their... (more)

Tags: harry potter, simpsons, disney, movie, spiderman, hollywood

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