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Half-Blood Prince

Making Fun of Harry Potter Fanboys

December 23, 2009

We here at Axis of Right are huge Steven Crowder fans.  Not many comedians have the courage to go anywhere near the topics Steven includes in his routines and its a shame because many of the topics are comedy gold.  That’s why he such a following. But I’d like to point out that Crowder’s brother [...]

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Movie Review: Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

July 20, 2009

No one can doubt the popularity and impact of JK Rowling’s Harry Potter book series.  I personally think they’re great — fantasy, but very real and very well-written.  The movie adaptations, however, are a different story.  There have been four different directors throughout the six movies.  Cutting the book’s content into the movies has been the biggest rub.  My [...]

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Final Harry Potter HBP Trailer Released

April 16, 2009

Ever since this movie got moved from last November to this coming July, I’ve been very impatient to see one of my favorite Harry Potter books turned to film.  I have reread Half-Blood Prince more than any other and while I think Deathly Hallows is still supreme, the accessibility and journey of HBP keep me coming [...]

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New Harry Potter Trailer Released

November 23, 2008

While thumbing through some movie websites looking for the reason behind the buzz of that Twilight stuff everyone’s been obsessed with lately, I stumbled onto the new Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince trailer.  Alas, Twilight seems too much white-washed teenage vampire angst, rather than the Anne Rice or Blade vampire stuff with ghoulishness and lots of blood, to [...]

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Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince Trailer Released

July 31, 2008

Released yesterday, it’s only the teaser trailer, but it looks really good.  I like the darkening tone and somber mood, plus the actor playing the young Tom Riddle seems like a really good fit (I believe it is actually Ralph Fiennes’ nephew). The HBP is one of my favorite books in the series (I like Four [...]

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