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on July 18, 2007

I completely loved Luna, thought she was spot on all the time. Hermione, not so good. Ginny – well she didn’t get much screen time did she – like often there in the background but very few lines or good moments. Except when Hermione said Cho couldn’t take her eyes off Harry – her face on that! heh. Apart from that, you could be forgiven for thinking Harry and Luna would hook up in the next one. Ah well.
Everyone else was ok, I loved the Order and the fight scene, the way they apparated like some sort of angel or something – yes I know, not canon at all, but still very good visuals. Would have been nice to see a bit more of Lupin and Tonks too but I guess they’re hardly the main storyline.
I think the end books are definitely better than the end films will ever be, they just have to cut too much of the funny stuff. But I’ll probably still watch the next flims if only to see Luna. She really made the film for me.

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