Potter Profile - Lady Amelia
November 4, 2005
Give us your review of Half-Blood Prince.
Loved the book, especially the parts about Voldi. Also the kiss between Harry and Ginny. I somehow thought from Book 2 that they would get it together after all she was so embarrassed when he came to breakfast at Ron's house.
Did you like the third movie or not and why?
I loved the third movie, especially the parts around the village including the shops etc. The scenes around the forest brought back memories of Scotland for me and made me feel quite homesick, in a good way. I liked the scenes that talked about Harry's past and was so pleased to see him sticking up for himself at the very beginning with the film and sending his Aunt into the cold night. Brilliant.
From what you've seen in the trailer, how do you think the Goblet of Fire movie will turn out?
I can't wait to see it! I've been logging in to every site I can find to see more, and I'm really looking forward to seeing the Yule Ball in all its glory, as it reminds me of the ones I used to attend with my late father. Oh the romance, the dresses, the boys!!!
If you could spend the day as one character from the books, who would it be?
Well, it's got to be Hermione. Who wouldn't want to be a teenager again and have hair like that (I'm nearly 50 with long, dark hair) and such powers? After all, "she really is a clever witch for her age."
What is your favorite moment of the series so far?
I know this will sound very "sloppy" (hey, I'm an oldie so bear with me here) but the scene when Harry was on the bridge in Book 3 with Professor Lupin and they were talking about Lupin knowing Harry's mother, the look on Harry's face is of such love. But if it came down to one great moment of all the books/movies etc so far...well, sad, old person that I am, IT'S EVERYTHING.
Is Snape REALLY good or evil and is Dumbledore REALLY dead?
You can bet your dollar he is, and I wish him great mountains of "shingle pox" to descend on his person... but then maybe he can't help himself, and maybe he's really just a coward taking orders from another "he who cannot be named."
Will Harry survive the seventh book?
I really hope Harry does survive as I would like to see him become a professor at Hogwarts, and maybe in time go on to be headmaster. He has the power, the intelligence, and the ability to listen and understand what others are trying to say without being a "know-it-all." Yes, Harry for headmaster would be wonderful, and maybe another whole line of books about that part of his life as well?
Do you have anything else you'd like to add? Maybe a theory you've concocted, a shout-out?
Hey! I'm a writer, so don't get me started on that or you'll end up with 104 sheets on the subject!