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Re: Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire by jaime on 21 November 2005 4:06am
 
HAHAHHAHAA MP in a loin cloth is way hotter. I'm sorry but I don't find Daniel Radcliffe at all attractive...maybe thats because I seem to go for the sense of humour and gentleman like qualities first (not that Daniel doesn't have it, just...i dunno). Voxpops which theatre did you see it at? Anyways I thought it was the best Harry Potter movie so far :)
 
Re: Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire by Ahren on 21 November 2005 5:31pm
 
I loved the books, i just didnt want the films to chance the way i had the characters in my head. Now it's got out of control, as has my obsession with LOTR!!

Speaking of which...
http://www.legomirk.com/legolas/captions/captions.html
 
Re: Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire by Sophie-Louise on 21 November 2005 5:57pm
 
i saw it with thomas on saturday night and i have to say it was alright but it seemed to just end in the middle of nowhere! i was like... what's going on?!! it's summer all of a sudden?! lol

sophie xxx
 
Re: Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire by jaime on 22 November 2005 1:21am
 
nvm voxpops I think you saw it the same time my friend did at...you know I just forgot the name.
I didn't like the way Dumbledore was played...he's meant to be old kind wise and sexy but he didn't seem to give a damn about Harry.
 
Re: Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire by voxpops on 22 November 2005 1:43am
 
Actually, Jamie, I haven't seen it yet. I was just relaying what happened at the Dunbar theatre. I'm not a huge fan, but I will probably go see it within the next couple of weeks.
 
Re: Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire by jaime on 22 November 2005 7:26am
 
That's the name! Dunbar Dunbar Dunbar...I kept thinking bardot or Verdun lol
btw it's Jaime spelt like J'aime, French for 'I like' :)
 
Re: Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire by sminobe on 22 November 2005 5:48pm
 

So what HP character should MP play (in GoF or any other of the books)?

They totally dropped Ludo Bagman from GoF (tho' for sheer pomposity that's a Cleesey role). I bet MP would've been good as Diggory's dad.

Tho' given his penchant for cross-dressing, perhaps he could've been Mrs. Crouch (or maybe that's a TJ role).

I know! They're saving him for Book 7 when he'll show up as the mysterious Aberforth Dumbledore!
 
Re: Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire by bandgeek512 on 23 November 2005 12:02am
 
Daniel Radcliffe is all right. I must agree that I am very attracted to a man with a sense of humor. I don't really know if Dan's got one that appeals to me, so I'm not too attracted to him. I'm fan of his acting, however. He's one of my favorite actors.

Hmm, what character would Mr. Palin be good at in Harry Potter? I'll have to think about that.

...Didn't he play a Harold Potter in a sketch once? Or was that Terry Jones? I can't recall.
 
Re: Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire by jaime on 23 November 2005 3:02am
 
I think MP would be rather good as Mr. Weasley although its already taken. He could do the innocent muggle object interest thing well.
 
Re: Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire by sighthound on 23 November 2005 9:51am
 
Going back a few messages... while I agree that Daniel Radcliffe is cute, I think that, in a few years, Rupert Grint is the one who is going to turn out to be smashing. He's already developing a sexy voice when he isn't playing Ron and he's funny. The bits from the HP doc playing on A&E where he's learning to dance with Maggie Smith are priceless.
 
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