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Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (Book 5) by J. K. Rowling
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
To me, this was the book with most compulsive, boring, exciting, obscure elements. J.K Rowling is a writer with talent of descripting a vivid world, but she is flawed at most other elements. For most of the time, the book doesn't progress, there are so few elements that occur in the book until the end which is all the book has a purpose for (in the Potter series). Yet, Rowling uses here time to show characters building up hormones and she sets 'things' up for book six & seven. She does drabble on but...the book is written so you want to read on and on, The new dark arts teacher: Umbridge, is a delight and when Dumbledore says ''There is something I should have told you five years ago'' is… Read more
Star Wars: Saga DVD Pack (The Phantom Menace / Att&hellip <b>DVD</b> ~ George Lucas
12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Star Wars Star Buy, 1 Jan 2003
The original trilogy was the best, period. Episode 1 was a disappointment, It wasn't in the same calibre as the originals. We can single out these problems:- Jar Jar Binks was too childish and not suited to Star Wars, Strict plot meant that Lucas could not focus on letting go and having fun. Yet The Phantom Menace was a good film which continued the Star Wars journey and showed it in a new perspecifitive. After 1999 and into the new millennium, for the first time Star Wars was seen in a bad light. Yet all was not bad. In 2002, George Lucas launched upon the world, Star Wars Episode 2: Attack of the Clones (Yes, I know it sounds like an illness) and succeeded in bringing the Star Wars… Read more

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