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  • brain2145
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  • joejoebro
    joejoebroliked a comment in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child , Parts I & II.
    I had mixed feelings after I read this book. Seriously. I mean, I know it's not an actual book, as it's just a play script turned book. There are so many problems with this book that make it average. Seriously, they should have never brought Time Turners back. It made the book all based around Time Travel, and it feels like there are so many plot holes. The story is mainly focused around Albus Severus Potter and Scorpius Malfoy, two Slytherin studends who think there lives both suck. Albus, because he can't live up to his fathers name, and Scropius, who is getting bullied for being the so called Voldermort's Child, as for his family's dark past. And so far through the first few scenes, we are able to learn about and adjust to their character. The main plot is about Amos Diggory, who wants Harry Potter (Now a 37 Year Old Man), to get him a Time Turner so he can bring his son Cedric Diggory, back to the futere. However, Harry refuses. And because Albus thinks he is nothing compared to his father, he wants to prove himself better by going back in time to save Cedric, and steal a Time Turner from Hermione's (The New Minister of Magic) Office. So Scorpius and Albus go to meet up with Amos, and his supposed nephew Delphi, wants to help. The two boys travel back in time to 1994, but they are only able to travel five minutes back, and then return to the present. But the Boys fix the past in a bad way, and then change up reality to make a changed universe. The excitement of these scenes really were not there, and the ending was just rushed. And seriously, why would Harry want to watch his parents die before him? I don't really know what was going on with everything in this plot. But the ending scene was nice, sort of... However I do think this book should have been made and I enjoyed reading it.
    About 4 years ago
  • joejoebro
    joejoebroliked a comment in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (Book 4).
    (SPOILERS) This is the fourth instalment in the Harry Potter book series. First the characters. Cedric is great in this book and you don't really know if he is involved with dark magic because he does some things that could hint towards him being involved with that type of magic. You don't really see him be good until the Cedric and Harry are in the final challenge in the Goblet of Fire where they grab the trophy in the maze which sends them to the famous graveyard where Voldemort kills Cedric. They go really in-depth with the story and I love that it has a really good story to go along with great action sequences. Dumbledore is good as always and you get the first glimpse at Ron having feelings for Hermine. I think this book is MUCH better than the movie because it goes really in-depth with the story and what the Goblet of Fire. It's really intense when Harry is doing the challenges. My favourite part is when Harry is in the maze because the Author (J.K Rowling) describes it REALLY well. In conclusion, this book is EXCELLENT and deserves a 9/10! Well done Harry Potter, you made it into my top 5 favorite books!!!
    About 4 years ago
  • brain2145
    brain2145liked a comment in The False Prince: (Book 1 of the Ascendance Trilogy).
    This was a great book on the whole. Sage is an orphan who fled from Avenia, the neighbouring country next to Carthya. He lives in an orphanage, the only reason he's allowed to stay that he thieves to give to the headmistress. But suddenly his life flips upside down as a rich noble, Bevin Conner takes him away for unknown reasons that he will soon find out. A story that leaves you puzzled a bit with the uncertain friendships and *cough*other*cough*stuff but altogether satisfied at the end.
    About 4 years ago
  • brain2145
    brain2145liked a comment in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child , Parts I & II.
    This book is a dream come true for those die-hard Harry Potter fans who have been hungry for more since they read The Deathly Hallows. Harry Potter is an overworked Ministry man. Albus Severus Potter (Harry and Ginny Potter's second child) is precisely what his father isn't; sorted into Slytherin, rubbish on a broom and his only friend Scorpius Malfoy (yes he is Draco's son). Albus is forced to hide in the shadow of his father's achievements. The only thing I would change is that how hard it is to review without spoiling the book (Which I hopefully achieved)!
    About 4 years ago
  • joejoebro
    joejoebro added a book review.
    Long, boring, hard to get through. I feel like this movie should be just an Adult book as I think Adults would understand it more. I know Brice Courtney is a great author, just not for teenagers. This book had a great plot but dragged on heaps and just made the enjoyment feel like a real downer. I don't like this book and the characters are so confusing it's hard to know what's going on and why. I suggest that you don't read this book, but that does not mean you don't have to. If you want a real challenge, and you think you have the smarts to read it, you should do fine. But hey, at least the movie is good.
    About 4 years ago
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  • mattokenken
    mattokenkenliked a comment in The Amazing Spider-Man.
    This movie is OK. Not as good as Spider man 2 or the original but I did enjoy this movie. But a reboot in such a short time? Why? Why doesn't Sony sell Spider man back to Marvel so they can do something GOOD with Spider man. Now in the originals, Peter Parker was a Nerd with a nerdy outfit, glasses and parted hair. But this Peter is the complete OPPOSITE. Now I'm not saying this movie is BAD. I'm saying that they mucked up in some places. Something that really bothered me while watching this movie is that everybody looks 25! Why do superhero movies these days get this so wrong. If you want to have teenagers in your movie, you don't hire a 24 YEAR OLD to play a 17 YEAR OLD character. This movie does have some good things about it to. Dr. Conner's is played fantastically in this movie and Emma Stone as Gwen Stacey is fantastic. Overall this movie has some really good things and some really BAD things about it. I give The Amazing Spider-Man a 7/10
    About 4 years ago
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    I've seen the trailer it looks way better than the program.
    About 4 years ago

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