The cast and crew duh! They are so awesome! I LOVE Emma Watson, Daniel and Tom Felton! They sooo complete the movie! Also Luna! She's my fav! Plus there's magic involved sooo.... hmm... I'll have to think some more. Bye guys!
i dont no i just really really love them. harry potter and co. have reallly gotten me through some thof times. i no it silly but i feel a connection withb the carectures and think of them as real peope
Its the classic battle between good and evil , With Wizards being good as well as evil . Most good vs evil فلمیں the wizards are almost all evil . As a practicing wiccian , I am happy to see magic , even fake magic showed in a positive light . It shows the reality of teen troubles and angst .
For me, Harry Potter is something that I have grown up with, for over a decade, from when I was six years old and my dad helping me read it, to now sixteen, analyzing it and using it in my assessment tasks and discussing issues raised within the series.
Seven books; seven is the most powerful number; seven is a number of significant philosophy and religion in numerology; seven Horcruxes; seven days it took for God to create Earth.
The research Jo has done prior to writing the series (such as characters' names, magical creatures' history, etc), as well as the indescribable plot and character development Jo has created is purely overwhelming. It took her over a decade to come up with the story, to fix the fine lines of the plot; that is what I call hard work and dedication. Her life experiences (e.g. when she was going through a depression stage in her life) is entwined into the story in a subtle manner (e.g. the feeling of Dementors is how she felt when she was depressed). She wanted to escape, she wanted to free herself from this stage, where the form of Harry came to her, and allowed her to indulge into this magical world, this magical world that we have all wanted to escape to, in our times of trouble. (Actually, forget trouble, I just want to be in the world of Harry Potter, period).
Harry is a character who is loving and caring, always putting others before him. And Voldemort knows it, and he uses it against Harry; watching his loved ones die for him is something Harry cannot stand, and that (as well as some مزید mo-jo) leads him to Death. I didn't know death could be such a enriching theme, but Jo presents it excellently; some authors fail to do so, however, Jo sets it off extremely well.
The characters are built in such a way that, even if Harry hates the character from his point of view (e.g. Draco), the audience can love them. The kids grow up over the years, and the audience grows up with them. Relationships are made and maintained, some tarnished and some renewed.
I have Celebrity-Worship Syndrome (duh), but it's really just for the story of HP. So, uh, Story-Worship Syndrome, I guess ... it's something like my religion (seeing as I'm Agnostic), and I don't سوال it, and I do have faith in the HP world.
1. The beautiful plot. 2. The tiniest details that makes 'wizarding world' very much convincing. 3. Severus Snape (Oh shit..*tries to contradict myself*) 4. Hogsmeade and Diagon Alley! (yay!!) 5. Marauder's map..
I think it's the depth of the imagination and details which gets me. I feel like I know Harry's world as well as I know my own. I could get a letter from Hogwarts tomorrow (it'd be 8 years late and I so wouldn't care) and I would know exactly what I'd need to do. Go to the Leaky Cauldron tap on some bricks and buy a wand, books, robes and potion ingrediants in Diagon Alley. Then I'll wait for September 1st, and head over to Platform 9 3/4 without any سیکنڈ thoughts.
I love that this completely different world has laws and Minestries and politics. It's a whole other culture and society with values and history. Harry Potter's world is the most real fiction I've ever come across.
Not to mention all the wonderful characters and the complex plots and the beautiful message about love conquering all evil. It's just, the best!
I amount of work that went into it, made it a very complex yet simple to understand book, I love the fact that the Latin she uses I can understand Most of the professers names actually were based in Latin words so Professor Dolores Umbridge's name is "Pain Suffering Shadow" That is so cool!
The characters are very deep and well worked out The scenery was described just enough so that آپ got the picture, but aren't dying from boredom
I just love it!!! There is just this heavy feeling of magic surrounding the book when آپ pick it up! It's a real page-turner!!
The fact that this young orphan boy who at the age eleven thought he had nothing going for him, and then a Wizard shows up at his door hands him a letter to the coolest school, and he finds out that maybe he isnt as weird یا different as his stupid aunt,uncle and cousin make him out to be. He arrives at this school and finds out that his father was a seeker with great flying skills just like him. He finds out some bad stuff as well, like how and who killed his parents. So I guess Its just the thought that any ordinary boy can be handed all this, magic, adventure, and yet he still faces the darkness and perils of life. And in the end he has to sacrifice himself to save the دوستوں and family he has come to love. It shows آپ the world that we live in except through witches and wizards. I like all the made up place, names, shops, mythological creatures, castles, spells. And the کتابیں no matter how many times آپ read them آپ can get pulled in and find something آپ may have missed the first یا سیکنڈ time. For me Its a parallel to سٹار, ستارہ Wars, because I can watch those فلمیں over and over again. And same thing. Made up سٹار, ستارہ systems, a bad guy and an ordinary boy who thought he was just that until he met an old jedi in exile that told him of his hidden and significant past, and that he is the one to bring balance to the force. And - gulp- kill Darth Vader, who سے طرف کی the way is his father, and that pretty girl is your sister.
Everything! The plot is so intricate and detailed, it swollows آپ up until you, literally, can't put the book down until آپ read the last word on the last page. Every single little detail end up being important in some way.
The world JK made is just awesome. It's so detailed and descriptive: آپ can see everything she's talking about, so much so that it feels like your there in the story. آپ want to be there in the story. It's also an escape, at least, it was for me. When things were bad, I'd delve into a Harry Potter book and loose myself in it.
The characters are fascinating, developed, and relatable. JK had everything planned out for each of them, from how they would die, to who their first crush was. آپ really get to know them and watch them develop and grow.
The messages in the story about love, friendship, doing the right thing, growing up, loss, good versus evil are all messages that can (and should) be used out here in the "real" world.
J.K.'s writing itself is lush and captivating, drawing آپ in, making آپ feel the emotions that the characters have.
I really don't think there's a part of Harry Potter that isn't magical.