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Harry Potter and the half-blood prince : movie review

 

  Harry Potter and the half-blood prince : movie review . So here we have the new installment of the Harry Potter Series and it’s got a different take on the stories of a young sorcerer and his adventures at Hogwarts castle.The wizard Dumbledore instructs Harry Potter to develop a friendship with Slughorn a returning professor in order to learn of which Dark Art that Tom Riddle—Voldemort's name while a student at Hogwarts,is using presently: Voldemort is the wizard who killed Harry’s parents in the previous films. Severus Snape enters into an Unbreakable Vow with a fellow student Draco Malfoy's mother, Narcissa, assuring that Snape will protect Draco and complete the task Voldemort has assigned to Draco should the boy fail.

Harry Potter and the half-blood prince : movie review new 2009

This story tries to deal with the cast getting older and takes the Characters into a new realm with them dating, which I guess is a topic that was been kind of steered away from in the past. This film has some really state of the art effects and one very interesting scene involves fire and without giving to much away is very intense. From the opening scenes you know this is something special with the bad guys flying thought London and overturning the pedestrian bridge on the river Themes. Yes the cast has grown up a bit and the story is very complex, but this is a really good film, a finely crafted piece of art with no detail left untouched. I really want to mention that the Director David Yates did a seamless job with the story , and both Cinematographer Bruno Delbonnel and Editor Mark Day really gave us a very fine and well crafted film to watch…

 Harry Potter and the half-blood prince 3 stars

 

movie review new 2009 Harry Potter and the half-blood prince

 

 


Directed by David Yates
Produced by David Heyman,David Barron
 Written by Screenplay: Steve Kloves
Novel: J. K. Rowling
Starring :Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Emma Watson, Michael Gambon, Jim Broadbent, Alan Rickman, Tom Felton, Helen McCrory
Music by Nicholas Hooper
Themes John Williams
 Cinematography Bruno Delbonnel
Editing by Mark Day
Studio Heyday Films
Distributed by Warner Bros.