And when I couldn't sleep at night, scared things wouldn't turn out right, you would hold my hand and sing to me...
Went to Siam Paragon today and bought Hannah Montana: The Movie Soundtrack
and Lily Allen's It's Not Me, It's You
albums!! More importantly, I finally watched Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
! And I am here to deliver the long-awaited review... As much as it hurts me and breaks my heart to say it -for I am passionately devoted to Harry Potter, series and
movies- this movie was overrated. For 2 hours and a half of glueing (gluing?) my butt to a red soft seat (and a half hour of adverts), I expected more. The general feeling the movie left me with at the end was not, "Wow!!!" as it usually is, but "Wait. That's it??? That's IT???" Which says a lot. Also, a point to illuminate was that before the movie I said brightly, "I'm so happy that Ginny finally gets more than five lines!" And now I'm not too sure she even got five lines. At least she's featured more than five times!! :D *big smile*
On the thumbs-up side, apart from getting to see gorgeous lil' Bonnie Wright so many times (she's not exactly little: first impression was that "She's taller than Harry Potter, holy cow!") was getting to see Emma Watson onscreen after seeing her on RCFA so many times. She never lets us down, Emma.... (Except for that time when she wore a white dress with this STRING hanging -Sher you know it- but that's beside the point.) I loved the part where she asks Harry, "How does it feel like, Harry, to see Ginny with Dean?" Because it's so awesome.
I felt that they cut out A LOT of the action. It still managed to thrill and scare but still, where did the 2 hours and a half go to??? Surely not all to Ginny??? I'd have noticed