Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw, Slytherin, Gryffindor

<img border="0" src="" hspace="5" align="left">Watched <a href="" target="_blank">Harry Potter</a> on opening day (16th November). Though I'm usually in favour of paper media over movie media, I must say that the filmmakers have done a very credible job. There are parts of the story that are modified a little as the movie does not afford as much narration as the book. If you need a compelling reason to catch the movie I have one word for you. QUIDDITCH. The quidditch match was excellent. I would have gave up watching basketball for good if quidditch were a real sport.
Oh, keep an eye out for Hermione Granger in the movie. She looks all set to grow up into nothing short of a babe. Too pretty for the character one might argue. But hey, if she's going to be in book four the production crew will need the raw material to give us the beauty that catches the eye of Victor Krum. Did I also mention the nice English accent?
If you're reading this and have no idea what I'm talking about, head to the nearest bookstore and get a copy, no wait, make it all four copies of Harry Potter. I can almost guarantee you won't be putting it down. A reminder: Make sure you retain some cash for the movie.
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