Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince

Film: Harry Potter and the Half  Blood Prince
Genre:
Fantasy / Science-Fiction
Star Cast: Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Emma Watson, Tom Felton, Michael Gambon, Jim Broadbent, Helena Bonham-Carter, David Bradley, Robbie Coltrane, Warwick Davis, Alan Rickman, Maggie Smith, Helen McCrory, Hero Fiennes Tiffin
Composer: Nicholas Hooper
Screenwriter: Steve Kloves
Director: David Yates
Producer: David Heyman, David Barron
Studio: Warner Bros.
Rating 3.5/5

All the kids have grown up and ready to handle the serious issues of loss, gain and mortality in the sixth part of the Harry Potter sequel. Fantastically made, the movie is a bit less whimsical than its previous entries. David Yates has displayed an increased level of confidence by enfolding more of the real world inside the archaic chattering house, messenger owls and child’s fantasy by replacing it with raging teenage hormones, school security checks and underground tea flirtation. All the sets have been replaced to lay emphasize on the gray medieval character than the Hogwarts’ fairy-book concepts. Also the enforced Quidditch match has been staged excellently as compared with the before entries of the movie.

It is hard to check out the Half Blood Prince without watching or reading its series before. Followeing its last picture of Dolores Umbridge’s villainess and Lord Voldemort’s Muggle and wiarding worlds, the movie starts up with a Death Eater attack that makes the Hogwarts as an unsafe place to be in. Both Dumbledore and Harry work together to find the key that can unlock Voldemort’s defenses. While Dumbledore filches Harry to take on Horace Slughorn as a new potions professor, Harry fears that dangers may lie within the castle itself. Dumbledore believes that Professor Horace Slughorn has got some crucial information. In the mean time, the students are under an attack from teenage hormones rage, a completely different adversary. Harry and Dean Thomas both find themselves drawn towards Ginny, according to Lavender Brown, Ron will be hers and Draco Malfoy has made up his mind to commit a scandalous crime in an attempt to overlay Voldemorts’ comeback. Finally there comes Hermoine who is filled in with jealousy by does not show her feelings. As the romantic environment continues to blossom up, one of the student walks out in an attempt to make his mark, though not a big one! Albeit love is making its way in, but tragedy is somewhere ahead making Hogwarts completely different.

Extremely clean and clear headed, the movie stands on high when compared with the before five of the sequel. Yes, the specifics of Dumbledore’s final quest with Harry can be a bit confusing to the new ones. (I know there will be very few new ones at this stage but still!!!). Levying the romantic jumble is not so much fun when compared to the physical changes undergone in the kid actors. All the actors have looked undoubtedly matured onscreen. Malfoy has become taller than Harry who appears to be the shortest one in the whole cast. Ron, Rupert Grint has looked older than all the others, Ginny, Bonnie Wright is very much simple throughout and Hermoine, Emma Watson has grown to be a beautiful and attractive young lady.

Tremendously entertaining, Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince is definitely not to be missed for all the Harry Potter fans!!!




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