Do any of the Harry Potter movies have commentary?

Our second fan commentary, on the Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets DVD, is up! Film Commentary No. There is NO audio inside the commentary track, so if you would like audio of the film to play at a low level throughout, adjust that volume on your television.

What is the main message of Harry Potter movie?

The main idea of Harry Potter is that the lose is mother of the win. The main idea of Harry Potter is that when you do everything for the cause you go to your cause, but the end isn’t happy for everyone.

What is the narration of Harry Potter?

Jim Dale
Jim Dale, Narrator Of The Harry Potter Series.

How good are the Harry Potter books?

Originally Answered: Is Harry Potter a good book? They are alright. If you like reading then you can go through them however if you have read other books in the fantasy genre then you will find many same tropes and plot. It is a children’s book so children will enjoy it more.

What is Harry Potter’s biggest fear?

Known Boggart forms

Individual Fear
Harry Potter A Dementor (fear in general, according to Remus Lupin)
Hermione Granger Professor McGonagall telling her that she failed her exams (failure in general)
Hope Howell A large, evil looking man
Jacob’s sibling Lord Voldemort

What makes Harry Potter so special?

The costumes and descriptions. One of the main reasons that the series has become so loved is it’s attention to detail and the costumes, clothing choices and descriptions of the characters. Think Harry’s lightening-shaped scar, his broken glasses and his “mother’s eyes”.

Is Harry Potter told in first person?

Rowling chose to use a close third person narrator for the series. A close third person, as in Harry Potter, sticks with one character. We’re not inside Harry’s head, the way we would be with a first person narrator, but the reader can only see and hear the action within Harry’s proximity.

Is Harry Potter written in omniscient?

The answer is flexibility and tone. Harry Potter isn’t only written in third-person limited; it slips into moments that feel more like third-person omniscient. With omniscient, the audience is watching the events unfold from an aerial view.

Are the Harry Potter books for adults?

Harry Potter has become a symbol of magic throughout North America. J.K. Rowling turned children’s books into something it has never been before. Anyone who read Harry Potter when it first came out, is an adult now. But that does not mean that love of magical books has to disappear with childhood.

What is Draco Malfoy scared of?

Draco fears Voldemort intimidating and manipulating the Malfoy family.

What does Hermione fear the most?

During her Defence Against the Dark Arts exam at the end of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Hermione reveals that her biggest fear is failure after a Boggart takes the form of Professor McGonagall and tells her that she has failed all her exams.

What are the main themes of the Harry Potter series?

Literature Commentary: Harry Potter Series 1 The Power of Love One of the most recurring themes in the “Harry Potter” series is the sacrificial love of Harry’s… 2 Man’s Struggle Against Death The “Harry Potter” series is, in many ways, a parable about the danger of desiring… 3 Harry’s Relationship with Dumbledore More

How to watch Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire?

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire MOVIE COMMENTARY!! If playback doesn’t begin shortly, try restarting your device. Videos you watch may be added to the TV’s watch history and influence TV recommendations. To avoid this, cancel and sign in to YouTube on your computer.

Is the Harry Potter series an allegory for Christianity?

While it isn’t an allegory on the level of the “Narnia” books, it contains some deeply Christian themes. Rather than being blindly condemned and censored, it should be read and analyzed thoughtfully. (Note: In order to evaluate the complex themes of this series, the following commentary contains spoilers)

How is the Harry Potter series a parable?

The “Harry Potter” series is, in many ways, a parable about the danger of desiring immortality. Voldemort is obsessed with the concept of living forever, no matter what the cost. This dark desire leads him down the path of villainy, transforming him from a disturbed orphan boy into the living incarnation of evil.

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