As half-films go, David Yates’ HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATHLY HALLOWS PART 2, FILM 8: ABBOTT & COSTELLO MEET VOLDEMORT lurches from scene to setpiece like it’s Daniel Radcliffe’s awkwardly effortful performance.
Episode 180 – HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATHLY HALLOWS: PART 2 / PROJECT NIM / TABLOID / Special Guest: Jordan Bayne
Episode 180 – Incredibly we get Gareth to see another Harry Potter film – listen in for the thrilling result. No seriously, listen in. It is thrilling. Eight films worth of thrilling.
In keeping with the Film Talk’s Pottermania, I sludged out to my local cineplex yesterday evening and forestalled sleep to see the penultimate Potter film. That may sound like I wasn’t looking forward to it — but I was, if memory serves correct. The actual movie wrote-over whatever I was thinking before the lights went [...]
On this week’s podcast reviews Gareth and I disagree in the extreme about HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATHLY HALLOWS, not so much about 127 HOURS.
I’m not going to inspire any fainting spells by saying HARRY POTTER AND THE PRISONER OF AZKABAN is the best film in the franchise. I might when I say that the other six are barely watchable. Why is the Alfonso Cuarón entry so much better? Glad you asked.
This week in The Film Talk it looks like it’s gonna be a HARRY POTTER extravaganza – with posts on the latest Harry film by Tony Younblood and Brandon Nowalk as well as yours truly and Prof. Dr. Gareth Higgins featuring it on Show 152. Whoo Boy. Golly. Gee Whiz.