Learn to read... It states in the article that Harry Potter watchted the World
Cup and was chosen to compete in the Triwizard Tournament.
I wonder if Harry Potter fans are waving their wands and casting spells on me
for making fun of them. This is why I hate Harry Potter. I cannot believe
how weird these people really are.
A good guide for the average person, but for even the average fan, this stuff is
all very old news.I don't think it's nerdy to point out that Harry
didn't compete in the World Cup, it's something that anyone could point out,
really. It's not an anvil-sized mistake, nor is it serious. It's average-sized
and gave me (not to mention a lot of people, nerd or not) a good laugh. On the other hand, I AM a freakish nerd about Harry Potter. I could
start pointing out so many things that could be fixed in here, but I won't.
Because that's when I start to scare people. :)
Cool your jets, Nerdfest! I love Harry Potter, Star Trek, AND Doctor Who. Yes, I
can be a bit nerdy, and a bit weird. But some of the most amazing people I know
were weird and nerdy. Nothing wrong with that.
I cant wait till they make the post final film. "Harry Potter and the boomerang
generation" where Harry and Ron return home from school and live with their
parents for five years.
Um...Harry Potter didn't compete in the World Quidditch Cup...He attended it
with Ron's family.
"Hermione Granger (Emma Watson): .... And she's come to have certain feelings
for their mutual friend, Ron Weasley."This makes perfect sense in
the books but its kind of hard to believe on screen. Poor Rupert Grint.
I am in my 60's and I love Harry Potter.I went to Korea in 2000 with
the first Harry Potter book. Every kid in the class I was teaching had it in
Korean.Great fun stories.
I just hope I live long enough to see the final movie...I'm getting on in years
Oh, give it a rest. Most of us are just trying to keep up with our kids, 99% of
which don't buy anything but the books.
This Harry Potter cult fan base is creepy. Not even the Trekkies or Dr.Who fans
combined come close to how nerdy and weird these people are.
Goblet of fire:He didn't compete in the Quiditch World Cup, but was
merely a spectator. Get it right.
Overall, a good guide. Those unfamiliar with the books and movies will likely
find it helpful.As a fan of the serious, however, I want to point
out that at the beginning of the 6th movie only two months have passed since the
events of the 5th, not a year. They had summer vacation between their 5th and
6th year of school. Second, Harry wasn't asked to play in the Quidditch World
Cup.Thanks for the article. I'm looking forward to the film!