• Boys are in a girl’s (abandoned) bathroom. A ghost offers to share her toilet if one of the characters dies. Nothing bad after that


Film review:Translated by www.rabudo-ru.com


As a loyal reader of the original work, I feel from the bottom of my heart that the movie script has been changed very shit.

Of course, a small part of the reason is, of course, limited by the length of time. However, it is not a good director to blame all incompetence on a long-time director. Screenwriters are not good screenwriters.

Actors, art, special effects and soundtrack are still excellent, but I can’t restrain my rejection of screenwriters. The place that should be explained carefully is taken in one stroke, and the place that should be done in a hurry is procrastinated and boring. In addition, the director doesn’t have strong narrative skills, that is to say, a good one. The story is first changed and rotten, and then shot by people without a head. Naturally, it’s difficult for everyone to understand and enjoy it.

For example:

1. In front, Harry hid in the cabinet of the corner Lane shop or something (called the cabinet for the time being) to peek at Malfoy’s father and son. He didn’t explain the perspective of Harry hiding in the cabinet, nor did he give a close-up of Malfoy’s hand closer and closer to the cabinet and the door crack of the bigger and bigger cabinet. Simply put: no tension was created.

As a result, Malfoy reached out to open the cabinet in the original work and almost found Harry hiding inside. In the eyes of the viewers of the film, the thrilling scene has completely become a mindless and very procrastinating plot.

2. The final part of the final showdown is a series of failures. Dumbledore asked the Phoenix to send Harry the college hat, and Voldemort scoffed at the hat. It was written in the original work that Harry grabbed his hat and put it on his head when his life was on the line and there was nothing to do. He prayed silently with his eyes closed and asked the hat to help him. At this time, something hit him on the head. It was the Gryffindor sword, and then there was the plot that Harry beat the giant snake with that sword.

In the movie, it was changed to: the hat was thrown to the ground by Harry, and then Harry glanced at it again after a while. There was an inexplicable sword in it.

The gap between the two narrative methods is not a millimetre, even thousands of miles. The narrative of the original work not only has more fantasy, but also emphasizes a strong trust relationship between Harry and Dumbledore. Harry is willing to believe that the broken hat Dumbledore gave him can save his life at the time of saving his life. Dumbledore firmly believes that Harry is qualified to get the sword.

Moreover, according to Dumbledore’s description later, this sword is a more legendary sword with the blood of the legendary founder of Gryffindor college. It is not only an eternal star, which will be handed down from generation to generation, but only the real Gryffindor biography is qualified to have it in hand. Then we have to wonder, how can such a fairy sword come out like a rabbit in a magic hat? The rabbit had to wait for someone to call before he would come out. However, this fairy sword was not calm at all. It came uninvited. I didn’t like it because it was so self-respect.

3. Then there was the Phoenix. At first Voldemort mocked, “this is what your beloved Dumbledore sent to protect you? A stupid bird?!” (I can’t remember such lines clearly)

Furthermore, in the original book, the Phoenix cured Harry with tears in front of Voldemort when Harry was about to die after being poisoned by snake venom, and described it from Harry’s first perspective. Probably, just when Harry felt that the world in front of him was becoming more and more blurred, suddenly everything became slowly clear again. Then he found that it was the Phoenix who leaned his head on his arm and shed tears. Voldemort sneered at the scene: “you see, this stupid bird also knew that you were dying and cried for you.”

However, the Phoenix healed his wound with tears. Voldemort, who saw this scene, was surprised and said, “I should have thought of it! The Phoenix’s tears can heal!” Then he shouted, “get off, you dead bird!” Kicked the Phoenix away. (I can’t remember such lines) therefore, the stupid bird was despised by Voldemort first, and then glowed and heated to save Harry and make Voldemort lose his nose. Of course, the dramatic effect was also destroyed by the straw screenwriter.

Considering this, the two narrative methods are quite different. Compared with the Phoenix in the original work, which cured Harry in front of Voldemort, Voldemort was frustrated by Dumbledore again, and Voldemort’s violence reflected in the action of kicking the Phoenix, the film is simply tasteless.

4. Also, where does Ginny come from in this film? In the original work, she entered Hogwarts as a freshman in this film, and worshipped Harry before entering Hogwarts. After entering Hogwarts, she always loved Harry. I vaguely remember another story. Ginny wants to confess to Harry about Voldemort’s diary. But I was interrupted when I was about to speak. The first half of the movie didn’t mention this at all. It’s better to say that Ginny didn’t mention a word from beginning to end, except for a quick meeting at Ron’s house.

But this is even more strange. In the first half of the period, a character who appeared for less than ten seconds appeared in a hurry in the last half hour. Suddenly, she appeared, which was more sudden than the hamster in the hamster, and had been hijacked as soon as she appeared. And became famous in one fell swoop, becoming the second behind the scenes of this Harry Potter film, and basically all the cases in the previous situation were made by her.

What about the bedding? What about narrative integrity? What are the causes and consequences? What about the construction of suspense atmosphere?? Have you fed the dog?

(in the original book, Voldemort complacently tells how he cheated Ginny of his trust, saying that Ginny regarded him as a friend and cried to him that she liked Harry but loved him in the bottom of her heart. It seems that if the person holding the diary can’t fully trust it, Voldemort can’t control his mind and absorb his vitality through the diary. If omitted These are for a long time, let alone, although this plot is the core part of Voldemort’s trick, I don’t think it can be omitted.)

There are many similar self righteous failures in the film, all of which expose the director and screenwriter’s urgent narrative ability and lens scheduling ability. I believe that through these examples, we can see the great gap between the film and the original.

Of course, other aspects of the film are still desirable. But as the original party, after reading the first one, I think I can read six more, that is, after reading seven. After watching the second film, I think I overestimate myself again.

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