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    Harry Potter's biggest challenge ever!Happy, who feels more painful in the wounds of his forehead due to the nightmares he creates every day, is happy to be able to get out of the nightmare by participating in the Quidditch World Cup with friends Ron and Hermione. However, ominous energy appears in the sky near the Quidditch campsite. That is, the symbol of the Dark Lord Voldemort,'Mark of Darkness' appeared. After Voldemort disappeared 13 years ago, his followers, Death Eaters, who dared not reveal themselves, evoked the mark; fearful Harry wants to return to the safe Hogwarts School of Magic. If you're the headmaster of Dumbledore, you'll be able to protect yourself... find the ultimate champion! Triwizard Magic Contest!!However, this year is a little different from the previous year, and principal Dumbledore announced that he had decided to hold a Triwizard tournament in Hogwarts, which had been suspended to solidify the three prestigious magic schools in Europe. Triwizard is the most exciting and dangerous magical contest in the wizard world. One of the champions selected from the top three prestigious schools of magic competes for the Triwizard Cup. Hogwarts students marvel at the graceful French Beauvaton Magic Academy girls who visited to participate in the competition, and the boys at the Dumbstrang School in Bulgaria with a strong atmosphere fill the banquet hall.The venue is organized and the magic department staffs Bati Crouch and Dumbledore Under the presidency of the principal, a ceremony is held in which a cup of magical fire selects each school exhibitor. In the splendid fireworks festival, the cup of fire finally names the three students. They are the superstars of the Quidditch game at Dumstrang School, Victor Krum and the Fleur Delakur of the Bobaton Magic Academy, and Hogwarts' all-around beauty and the most popular Kedric Diggory, but after all three names were called, the cup of fire was unexpectedly another. Spits out one's name. The name is Harry Potter! The inevitable confrontation of fatality! However, Harry is 14 years younger than the age of 17, the age limit of the contestants. In addition, he says he has no intention to participate, saying that he has never put his name in the cup of fire, but he is forced to compete according to the determined will of the cup of fire. This has brought Harry Potter's attention to suspicion and envy, and Rita Schiter, a journalist expert on scandal, fanned it out by writing an article about the screams of Harry. Even Harry's best friend, Ron, starts believing that Harry wanted to become famous and manipulated the glass of fire to call his name, and Dumbledore, the principal who thought Harry put Harry's name in a glass of fire to put Harry at risk Professor Madeye Moody of the new Dark Magical Defense Professor instructs Harry Potter to defend. Harry begins his magical training for the three challenges of the Triwizard competition. Challenges include avoiding fire-spraying dragons, diving deep in huge lakes, and escaping live mazes. However, the more difficult task for Harry is to find a partner to attend the Christmas ball, YULL BALL. Fighting dragons, mermaids, and grindillos is a lot easier for Harry than to ask Cho Cheng, a lovely schoolgirl, to be a Christmas ball partner, while Ron realizes that her feelings for Hermione are different. Without realizing...the strongest spectacle unfolds towards the cup of fire!!The situation changes rapidly as someone is killed at Hogwarts campus. Feared by Voldemort's nightmare, Harry visits Dumbledore, but he also fails to provide a clear answer. As the game progresses and Harry and other players are struggling to solve the final task, something keeps an eye on them: the moment Victory comes to the fore, all the truth so far is revealed and Harry Potter is inescapable of true evil. The showdown is waiting... Although it was long, I loved it!
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  • eagle_fan11
    eagle_fan11 added a book review.
    Harry Potter's biggest challenge ever!Happy, who feels more painful in the wounds of his forehead due to the nightmares he creates every day, is happy to be able to get out of the nightmare by participating in the Quidditch World Cup with friends Ron and Hermione. However, ominous energy appears in the sky near the Quidditch campsite. That is, the symbol of the Dark Lord Voldemort,'Mark of Darkness' appeared. After Voldemort disappeared 13 years ago, his followers, Death Eaters, who dared not reveal themselves, evoked the mark; fearful Harry wants to return to the safe Hogwarts School of Magic. If you're the headmaster of Dumbledore, you'll be able to protect yourself... find the ultimate champion! Triwizard Magic Contest!!However, this year is a little different from the previous year, and principal Dumbledore announced that he had decided to hold a Triwizard tournament in Hogwarts, which had been suspended to solidify the three prestigious magic schools in Europe. Triwizard is the most exciting and dangerous magical contest in the wizard world. One of the champions selected from the top three prestigious schools of magic competes for the Triwizard Cup. Hogwarts students marvel at the graceful French Beauvaton Magic Academy girls who visited to participate in the competition, and the boys at the Dumbstrang School in Bulgaria with a strong atmosphere fill the banquet hall.The venue is organized and the magic department staffs Bati Crouch and Dumbledore Under the presidency of the principal, a ceremony is held in which a cup of magical fire selects each school exhibitor. In the splendid fireworks festival, the cup of fire finally names the three students. They are the superstars of the Quidditch game at Dumstrang School, Victor Krum and the Fleur Delakur of the Bobaton Magic Academy, and Hogwarts' all-around beauty and the most popular Kedric Diggory, but after all three names were called, the cup of fire was unexpectedly another. Spits out one's name. The name is Harry Potter! The inevitable confrontation of fatality! However, Harry is 14 years younger than the age of 17, the age limit of the contestants. In addition, he says he has no intention to participate, saying that he has never put his name in the cup of fire, but he is forced to compete according to the determined will of the cup of fire. This has brought Harry Potter's attention to suspicion and envy, and Rita Schiter, a journalist expert on scandal, fanned it out by writing an article about the screams of Harry. Even Harry's best friend, Ron, starts believing that Harry wanted to become famous and manipulated the glass of fire to call his name, and Dumbledore, the principal who thought Harry put Harry's name in a glass of fire to put Harry at risk Professor Madeye Moody of the new Dark Magical Defense Professor instructs Harry Potter to defend. Harry begins his magical training for the three challenges of the Triwizard competition. Challenges include avoiding fire-spraying dragons, diving deep in huge lakes, and escaping live mazes. However, the more difficult task for Harry is to find a partner to attend the Christmas ball, YULL BALL. Fighting dragons, mermaids, and grindillos is a lot easier for Harry than to ask Cho Cheng, a lovely schoolgirl, to be a Christmas ball partner, while Ron realizes that her feelings for Hermione are different. Without realizing...the strongest spectacle unfolds towards the cup of fire!!The situation changes rapidly as someone is killed at Hogwarts campus. Feared by Voldemort's nightmare, Harry visits Dumbledore, but he also fails to provide a clear answer. As the game progresses and Harry and other players are struggling to solve the final task, something keeps an eye on them: the moment Victory comes to the fore, all the truth so far is revealed and Harry Potter is inescapable of true evil. The showdown is waiting... Although it was long, I loved it!
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  • eagle_fan11
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    Describe your character. The main character of this book is Harry Potter. He is 13 and he is a wizard. He goes to a school for wizards and he loves it more than his home because he is mistreated. This was all about Harry Potter and what he does in his life. What is this character like from the beginning? In the beginning Harry Potter is mad at his aunt and uncle because they are not wizards and they do not like magic but Harry Potter is a wizard. He also doesn’t like his cousin because he bullies him and makes fun of him. What is this character like towards the end? Harry Potter is no longer mad. That is because he had won the house cup for their house. He was very happy. But he was still kind of sad because he hoped to leave and go and live with his godfather. He was funny when he had to leave. He told his uncle about his godfather and he made a joke about him. What do others say about this character? Well his two best friends say he is nice and others say that too but Malfoy hates Harry Potter and Harry hates him because Harry did not want to be in his crew so now they hate each other. Malfoy makes fun of him and other things. Describe this character and how is this character important. One of the supporting character is Ron Weasley. Ron is a red hair boy like his whole family and he helps Harry when he is down and doesn't know stuff about the wizarding world. Ron is Harry’s best friend and nothing will change that. Describe this character and how is this character important. Another supporting character is Hermione. Harry and Ron saved her life and now they are best friends. Hermione loves the wizarding world. She loves books. Sometimes she can be a know it all. Her parents are muggles which are not wizards and she was going to be one too, but she turned out to be a wizard. She also hates Malfoy like Harry and Ron. She helps Harry and Ron throughout the books and when Harry has no time she lets Ron and Harry copy her work .
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  • eagle_fan11
    eagle_fan11 added a book review.
    Describe your character. The main character of this book is Harry Potter. He is 13 and he is a wizard. He goes to a school for wizards and he loves it more than his home because he is mistreated. This was all about Harry Potter and what he does in his life. What is this character like from the beginning? In the beginning Harry Potter is mad at his aunt and uncle because they are not wizards and they do not like magic but Harry Potter is a wizard. He also doesn’t like his cousin because he bullies him and makes fun of him. What is this character like towards the end? Harry Potter is no longer mad. That is because he had won the house cup for their house. He was very happy. But he was still kind of sad because he hoped to leave and go and live with his godfather. He was funny when he had to leave. He told his uncle about his godfather and he made a joke about him. What do others say about this character? Well his two best friends say he is nice and others say that too but Malfoy hates Harry Potter and Harry hates him because Harry did not want to be in his crew so now they hate each other. Malfoy makes fun of him and other things. Describe this character and how is this character important. One of the supporting character is Ron Weasley. Ron is a red hair boy like his whole family and he helps Harry when he is down and doesn't know stuff about the wizarding world. Ron is Harry’s best friend and nothing will change that. Describe this character and how is this character important. Another supporting character is Hermione. Harry and Ron saved her life and now they are best friends. Hermione loves the wizarding world. She loves books. Sometimes she can be a know it all. Her parents are muggles which are not wizards and she was going to be one too, but she turned out to be a wizard. She also hates Malfoy like Harry and Ron. She helps Harry and Ron throughout the books and when Harry has no time she lets Ron and Harry copy her work .
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  • eagle_fan11
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    If you go to school in a public school, they may have a trophy case. This case will likely have trophies from soccer games, football, maybe a few others. But what if someone stole one of the trophies? Teenagers Ava, Daniel, and Aiden have just recently found out that a school soccer trophy went missing from the trophy case in the library 40 years ago. It stumped the police force and even detectives! 40 years later, it still hasn’t been found and the case was put aside. Curious (and trying to escape reading a boring book for English class) the three teenagers head out and start asking questions. Will they find out who stole the trophy? While I’m not too into sports, I do love mysteries and this one did not disappoint! I’d recommend this to someone who loves mysteries.
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    I haven't been on in a while because of summer vacation so that is why I haven't been that active.
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  • eagle_fan11
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    I'll be honest right off the bat and say that I've only seen the original Space Jam a total of two times. I find it to be mildly enjoyable, but it wasn't a film I ever latched onto. The nostalgia of the 90s is all over it and that's what makes it entertaining to this day, but I still don't think it's great. When I heard they would be making a very loose sequel and Lebron James wasn't going to be filling the shoes that Michael Jordan left, I was intrigued. With the technology today, this concept could be big and fun. Well, Space Jam: A New Legacy definitely had its moments, but it's ultimately just the same concept all over again. Here's why, unless you're watching it as a kid, it's really not that special. Other than some incredibly impressive visuals and a fun soundtrack, there really isn't much substance here. It's really just a story of a father winning the love back from his son. For that, this film is not that engaging and the screenplay is very, very standard as well. The final act of the film goes on way too long and it just felt like a massive commercial for Warner Bros. as a company. At least all their famous movies are good and have memorable characters, right? As far as the positives go, Don Cheadle as Al G. Rhythm completely held the movie together for me. His over-the-top and campy performance made me smile and he's in a lot more of the movie than I expected. I also really enjoyed the portion of the film where LeBron became a cartoon character with the rest of the Looney Tunes. That aspect was not a part of the original film and I found that to be a very nice addition. Other than that though, Space Jam: A New Legacy really doesn't have anything that suggests it needed to be made. In the end, the life lessons for kids throughout this film have all been done better in other family films. The aspect of meshing Looney Tunes with live-action Basketball still kind of has its charm, but again, the movie just feels like a giant corporate commercial. Lebron James is fine in the movie because he's in his element, but he's not the best actor overall. I smiled a few times and loved a cameo that occurs in the latter half of the film, but it wasn't enough to warrant a recommendation from me. It's just not that good of a movie. If you're a fan of the original, I'm sure you'll find moments to enjoy here, but it ultimately feels like a tired premise when looking back.
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    As an overall throwback, and as a return to the streamlined storytelling upon which Disney built its supremacy, Raya and the Last Dragon is a welcome expansion of the Disney universe. The message is that you have to put aside differences and learn to trust and find common ground. It feels like it's hitting the right notes, with spectacular visuals. There's a darkness here that I think is lacking in a lot of modern Disney films, and I respect that its message isn't just "believe in yourself." Highly enjoyed its message of teamwork & the importance of forgiveness & trust. I had plenty of fun, particularly with its side characters. Raya finds inspiration in all the right places, and imbues it with the emotional weight and bright, fantastic aesthetic we've come to expect with Disney's big-screen adventures. Awkwafina leads a lively voice cast in a visually arresting adventure."Raya and the Last Dragon" gives us a glimmer of hope and unity during this time of division. Highly recommend it.
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    eagle_fan11's movie review was featured in Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs.
    There are many funny moments and some pleasing suspense towards the end, but as a cautionary tale about the dangers of overeating and obesity it's more likely to boost sales at the candy bar. That may be one good reason for watching it at home. Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs is visually inventive and exuberant, and has some neat running gags. But its characterisations are a little disappointing. When in movie history has the girl ever revealed her true self and become more attractive to the hero by putting on spectacles and pulling back her hair. Where else can you find the varied likes of Bill Hader, Anna Faris, James Caan, Bruce Campbell, and--yes--Mr. T together and all on their A game? Grownups will enjoy the witty dialog and zippy script, especially when it makes playful nods to big sci-fi popcorn romps like Twister, The Day After Tomorrow, Armageddon and Star Wars. For something so far out of my wheelhouse, I do have a certain level of appreciation for Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs. A hapless inventor develops a machine that makes food rain from the sky, rejuvenating his hometown's formerly sardine-based economy; things predictably get out of control. Luscious showers of cheeseburgers and avalanches of pizza, with a drizzle of smart, funny writing and a side of Mr. T as an overzealous cop make this a smorgasbord of entertainment. From the makers of 'The Lego Movie' this is a fun animation and more adult-orientated than films like 'Rio' and 'Frozen'. I enjoyed the mad scientist story and the father/son relationship. The whole thing is missing a major villain character (the mayor isn't evil enough) but the set-up is enough to entertain throughout and the whole thing looks great. Lots of fun. A young, oddball inventor solves his ocean city's sardine surfeit by masterminding a machine that precipitates any kind of food, only to fall victim to arrogance, greed, and gluttony. Chockful of groanworthy food puns, sweet familial understanding, and well-intentioned lessons about being yourself and following your dreams. An entertaining alternative in this Fall season of cinematic mediocrity.
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  • eagle_fan11
    eagle_fan11 added a movie review.
    There are many funny moments and some pleasing suspense towards the end, but as a cautionary tale about the dangers of overeating and obesity it's more likely to boost sales at the candy bar. That may be one good reason for watching it at home. Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs is visually inventive and exuberant, and has some neat running gags. But its characterisations are a little disappointing. When in movie history has the girl ever revealed her true self and become more attractive to the hero by putting on spectacles and pulling back her hair. Where else can you find the varied likes of Bill Hader, Anna Faris, James Caan, Bruce Campbell, and--yes--Mr. T together and all on their A game? Grownups will enjoy the witty dialog and zippy script, especially when it makes playful nods to big sci-fi popcorn romps like Twister, The Day After Tomorrow, Armageddon and Star Wars. For something so far out of my wheelhouse, I do have a certain level of appreciation for Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs. A hapless inventor develops a machine that makes food rain from the sky, rejuvenating his hometown's formerly sardine-based economy; things predictably get out of control. Luscious showers of cheeseburgers and avalanches of pizza, with a drizzle of smart, funny writing and a side of Mr. T as an overzealous cop make this a smorgasbord of entertainment. From the makers of 'The Lego Movie' this is a fun animation and more adult-orientated than films like 'Rio' and 'Frozen'. I enjoyed the mad scientist story and the father/son relationship. The whole thing is missing a major villain character (the mayor isn't evil enough) but the set-up is enough to entertain throughout and the whole thing looks great. Lots of fun. A young, oddball inventor solves his ocean city's sardine surfeit by masterminding a machine that precipitates any kind of food, only to fall victim to arrogance, greed, and gluttony. Chockful of groanworthy food puns, sweet familial understanding, and well-intentioned lessons about being yourself and following your dreams. An entertaining alternative in this Fall season of cinematic mediocrity.
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