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The Hidden Secrets of Harry Potter: Explore all the movies in the series for clues to the mystery of Harry's true destiny
Trailing Tonks: Natalia Tena (aka Nymphadora Tonks) leads a very personal film set tour (in high definition)
Harry Potter: The Magic of Editing: Join director David Yates and editor Mark Day
Though I'm not a strict "Harry Potter" fan, I had to get the complete set since I haven't seen most of films. Read morePublished 1 day ago by ALLAN T. HENINGER
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|Does the Amazon.com reviewer know what Alas meens?||
Alas is an exclamation from old French, referring to weariness. It is typically used as an expression of grief or sorrow. Since we are speaking Potterese, compare it to the infamous line in ..The Philosopher's/Sorceror's Stone spoken by Albus Dumbledore: "Alas, earwax!" He was... Read More
Nov 20, 2007 by Amazon Customer | See all 5 posts
The director spoke of how many scenes from the latest movie were removed. I believe he said he had about an hour of edited material. I don't care if the movie is as long as the Lord of the Rings, I want to see that footage!
Oct 16, 2007 by Eric M. Darnes | See all 10 posts
|HP 5 missing scenes from the film in DVD||
I noticed it as well. It makes no sense to me why *parts* of scenes were cut.
I don't know if there is a full version or not.
Dec 28, 2007 by A Customer | See all 12 posts
And, because it sometimes takes longer (and demand) for an extended version to come out. Music has to be written, special effects added, etc. It costs a lot to do an extended version of these types of films.
And, again, they want your money. Heck, I have three versions of each Lord of the... Read More
Dec 17, 2007 by G. Buck | See all 9 posts
|5 STARS Video/Audio HD DVD: Harry Potter & the Order of the Phoenix||
Bear in mind, this is a review of the UK versions of the film. In the US there is no clear winner. HD DVD has the extra features - pip etc - but only has SD versions of the supplements while the Bluray has HD versions of all its, included, extras. It's a matter of whether you prefer HD... Read More
Dec 11, 2007 by snp | See all 3 posts
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