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Harry Potter Half Blood Prince Full Movie Trailer 2009 HD

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Harry Potter Half Blood Prince Full Movie Trailer 2009 HD

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Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, released on 16 July 2005, is the sixth of seven novels from British author J. K. Rowling’s popular Harry Potter series. Set during Harry Potter’s sixth year at Hogwarts, the novel explores Lord Voldemort’s past, and Harry’s preparations for the final battle amidst emerging romantic relationships and the emotional confusions and conflict resolutions characteristic of mid-adolescence.

Plot

As Lord Voldemort and the Death Eaters commit crimes in both the magical and Muggle worlds, Minister of Magic Cornelius Fudge is replaced by Rufus Scrimgeour. Professor Snape, appearing to have rejoined the Death Eaters and Lord Voldemort, is visited by Narcissa Malfoy and Bellatrix Lestrange. A terrified Narcissa tells Snape that her son, Draco, has received orders from Lord Voldemort, and asks Snape to make an Unbreakable Vow to protect her son and complete the task for him should he fail.

Harry Potter accompanies Albus Dumbledore on a trip to persuade retired Hogwarts professor Horace Slughorn to return to teaching. Harry notices one of Dumbledore’s hands is withered and burnt black, and he is wearing a ring with a distinctively-marked stone. Harry spends the remaining holiday at The Burrow with the Weasleys and Hermione, where they receive their O.W.L. results. Harry and Ron must take N.E.W.T. level Potions to become Aurors, but their O.W.L.s in the subject are too low to enrol in Snape’s Potions class.

At Hogwarts, Snape is named the new Defence Against the Dark Arts instructor, with Slughorn becoming the Potions teacher. Slughorn’s requirements are lower than Snape’s, so Harry and Ron are able to enrol in his class, but do not have textbooks. Slughorn loans them copies; Harry’s book has notes and corrections that yield better results than the textbook’s instructions, winning him a vial of Felix Felicis, a potion that infuses luck, on his first day in class. His book is inscribed as having previously belonged to the “Half-Blood Prince”.

Ron’s brother, Bill Weasley, is engaged to Fleur Delacour, of whom his mother disapproves. Auror Nymphadora Tonks makes comments suggesting she may harbour feelings for her now-slain cousin Sirius Black. However, it is eventually revealed that she has fallen for Remus Lupin, and, despite his protests that he is unworthy of her, they marry over the summer.

Ron and Ginny join the Gryffindor Quidditch team, which Harry now captains, as Keeper and Chaser respectively. This puts Harry in frequent contact with Ginny, who for a long time harbored an attraction to him. Now, however, she is dating Dean Thomas— unexpectedly making Harry jealous. This is exacerbated when Dean also gains membership on the team, replacing original member Katie Bell who is almost killed while attempting to deliver a cursed necklace under the influence of the Imperius Curse. Ron is displeased with his younger sister dating anybody, forcing Harry to ignore his attraction. After an argument with Ginny in which Ron’s dating inexperience is made clear, Ron takes up with Lavender Brown, creating a divide between him and Hermione. This rift is only mended when he accidentally consumes a love potion attracting him to Romilda Vane, and then poisoned mead which almost kills him.

Film

The film based on the sixth book was originally scheduled to be released on 21 November 2008, but was pushed back to 15 July 2009.The screenplay was written by Steve Kloves, and David Yates directed the film.The film is 153 minutes long, making it the third longest Harry Potter film of the series.

Translations

Along with the rest of the books in the Harry Potter series, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince was translated into 67 languages.A translation into Scots Gaelic is planned to be released by Bloomsbury in July 2009.

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Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince: the critics’ verdicts

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Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince: the critics’ verdicts

It’s already looking like it may rival Transformers for the title of biggest film of the year at the UK box office. But what do the critics so far think of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, the sixth instalment of JK Rowling’s tales of witchcraft and wizardry? Well, they’re not exactly bowled over, but few seem willing to condemn David Yates’s second effort in the director’s chair out of hand.

Most seem of the opinion that Half-Blood Prince is a perfectly entertaining if somewhat workmanlike addition to the canon; that Yates is capable of some transcendent action sequences, and while the actors playing Harry and his pals are still not quite there – one wonders now if they ever will be – the supporting cast is still made up of the finest British thesps available. Helena Bonham Carter, as the insane Bellatrix Lestrange, and newcomer Jim Broadbent as the slimy Professor Horace Slughorn are singled out for praise.

The consensus seems to be that these films are never going to be remarkable standalone cinematic experiences – fans of Alfonso Cuarón’s startling The Prisoner of Azkaban might disagree – but that the Potter phenomenon is so unstoppable that they remain enjoyable experiences nonetheless.

“The latest instalment is more of the same tried and tested formula to be sure, but it’s a formula that produces pure gold as far as the fans are concerned,” Wendy Ide writes in the Times. “The Potter movie experience is bigger than the sum of the individual talents that contribute to its making. David Yates, the director, orchestrates the picture with dizzying energy and confidence, but the might of the Potter phenomenon dwarfs his individual artistic contribution.”

“Voldemort never actually appears, and there are surprisingly few action sequences – adapter Steve Kloves, back in his chair after a one-film absence, has taken the surprising decision to junk the one big battle in the book. But those there are – a chase in the corn between Harry and the Death Eaters, the scene in a forbidding cave where Harry and Dumbledore seek to unravel Voldemort’s secrets – crackle with a chilling sense of threat.”

“Director David Yates knows how to play all the cards,” writes our own Andrew Pulver. “Although a touch ungainly, his film is solidly constructed, with lots of fine effects. If, as Potter approaches his final confrontation with Voldemort, the wizardly battles begin to resemble Lord of the Rings, it’s hardly a handicap; this is tried and tested cinematic language, and does all it needs.”

Perhaps the most damning review comes from Ella Thorold, 15, who the Independent have drafted in to offer a teenage perspective.

“The scriptwriters bungled several key set pieces, including the funeral scene,” she writes. “Although they almost make up for it with a magical passage where students and teachers raise their wands in tribute. Tears poured down many faces in the cinema at that moment.”

She added: “The Half-Blood Prince is frightening, funny, romantic and entertaining but as the end credits rolled, I still felt disappointed. I had waited all year to see my second-favourite Potter book brought to life. If I wasn’t a die-hard fan, I’m sure I would have loved it. My gripe is that the film was simply too different from the book – the writers inserted pointless scenes and took out others crucial to the narrative. It just could have been better.”

Meanwhile, over on Twitter, Ella’s peers can hardly contain their excitement. “Gosh! i cant wait for Harry Potter! after 1.5 year. emma watson looks so pretty! so relief rupert is kicking swine flu’s ass!” wrote francescaarchie.

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