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EW review: Potter is on ‘Fire’

March 15, 2006

EW review: Potter is on ‘Fire’
CNN – It could be argued that the films exist mostly as Warner Bros. cash cows, continued employment for Daniel Radcliffe and the great thespians of England, and an inducement to read for kids who don’t go to the library enough. (After all, J.K. Rowling

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Memphis Commercial Appeal – Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint are more grown-up — as is the screen franchise — in the fourth fantasy-adventure film derived from author J.K. Rowling’s worldwide best-sellers. Harry competes against other young wizards in a

Best Case for Pedophilia: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
UCSD Guardian – Admit it: the hottest Mud-blood this side of Hogwarts is Hermione Granger. No matter how you justify it (both Hermione and actress Emma Watson are 16-year-olds), who cares that she s jailbait? This sorceress prodigy can easily cast a spell on my

After 13 failed pilots and seven series, George Clooney became a star
Kingsport Times-News – I don’t usually pull for anyone to win an Oscar. But I was pulling this year for George Clooney. He’d never been nominated before, and suddenly this year he was named in three categories. I was pulling for him because I’ve interviewed him and I liked

Gong Glory For Harry Potter
Ananova – The Harry Potter films won a special award for outstanding contribution to the British movie industry. Stars Daniel Radcliffe, 16, Emma Watson, 15, and Rupert Grint, 17, were there to accept the award. The four boy wizard films to date have grossed

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