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Initial post: 26 Nov 2010, 13:49:47 GMT
RABB says:
Seriously, the books add absolutely nothing to the films, they are mere fanfiction with too much filler to make them seem like the real thing.

And condensing the final two films into the one book, before it's even out? Blasthemy!

Posted on 26 Nov 2010, 14:03:21 GMT
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Posted on 26 Nov 2010, 14:12:33 GMT
Its not even like she had good ideas either she just stole them from other people with all the creatures and stuff.

Take quidditch for instance, that is a blatant rip off of FF10's Blitzball. And don't even try to say she wrote it before the game came out coz Trevor Brooking came up with the idea for Blitzball in 1929!

Posted on 26 Nov 2010, 14:26:38 GMT
Hayley says:

Thanks for the warning RAB_11 - I'll make sure not to read the books before seeing the movies. :P

Posted on 21 Feb 2011, 21:49:01 GMT
vagador says:
the films are good, the books are brilliant! in the film H P and chamber of secrets ,how does hermione get 50 house points for cool use of intellect, without the poison bottle sequence?
how is barty crouch juniors appearance explained without Winky the house being seen?
how is Helgas cup or Slytherins locket explained without Hepzibah smith and hokey? in the later films.
the books will tell you the films will not!
c williams
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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Book 7) by J.K. Illustrations by Mary GrandPre. Rowling (Hardcover - 2007)
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