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Harry Potter Half Blood Prince Full Movie Trailer 2009 HD


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.


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.


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.


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’


‘Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince’

“Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince” is being described as an excursion into the dark side for this venerable series, but don’t let the chatter fool you. Now in its sixth episode shot over an eight-year span, with two more features still to come, this one-of-a-kind film cycle has become as comfortable and reliable as an old shoe, providing a degree of dependability that’s becoming increasingly rare.

As directed by David Yates, who did the previous film and is on tap for the final two, “Half-Blood Prince” demonstrates the ways that the Potter pictures have become the modern exemplars of establishment moviemaking. We don’t turn to these films for thrilling or original cinema, we look for a level of craft, consistency and, most of all, fidelity to the originals — all of which we get.

Yes, the Death Eaters in thrall to Lord Voldemort, “the most dangerous dark wizard of all time,” are on the march and threatening Hogwarts and all it stands for, but those who’ve read the books know how all that plays out. It’s not chills or suspense audiences are asking for here, but respectful familiarity.

It’s only the phenomenal success of the books that has made all this possible, that has ensured a loyal audience for each film, an audience that has invested so much emotion, not to mention time, in the ongoing Potter saga that skipping an episode is out of the question. That’s a kind of brand loyalty that’s all but gone out of style.

That investment of time also means we’ve been watching the film’s trio of youthful principals — Daniel Radcliffe as Harry, Rupert Grint as sidekick Ron Weasley and Emma Watson as brainy Hermione Granger — grow up on screen since 2001. They’ve become as familiar as family members, and “Half-Blood Prince” trades on that connection to keep us involved when things get slow.

This bond is especially necessary in those sections of the film in which the Hogwarts gang goes through the agonies of teenage romantic attachment. Is Harry getting serious about Ginny Weasley (Bonnie Wright)? Will Ron be too busy with Lavender Brown (Jessie Cave) to care? Or to so much as notice that his pal Hermione is pining away just for him? It’s not clear who suffers more here, the kids navigating this “High School Confidential” universe or audiences having to endure it with them.

Fortunately, there’s more to “Half-Blood Prince” than youthful heartache. Evildoers like Bellatrix Lestrange (Helena Bonham Carter) and young Draco Malfoy (Tom Felton) scheme dark schemes, and though Voldemort doesn’t appear as an adult, the film has a pair of memory flashbacks in which we see him as Tom Riddle, the evilest boy who ever was.

As for Harry, he has serious tasks of his own to attend to. He has to help recruit faculty member Horace Slughorn (Jim Broadbent), deal with an old textbook powerfully annotated by the mysterious Half-Blood Prince, and rise to the occasion when Professor Dumbledore (Michael Gambon) ups the ante and says to him, “Once again I must ask too much of you.”

The addition of the excellent Broadbent to a cast that includes, besides Gambon and Bonham Carter, such fine British performers as Maggie Smith, Robbie Coltrane and David Thewlis, underlines the Potter films’ ongoing status as a comprehensive guide to contemporary U.K. acting. First among equals in “Half-Blood Prince” is Alan Rickman as the monumentally unpleasant Professor Severus Snape, dripping disdain when he eviscerates Harry with lines like, “How grand it must be to be the chosen one.”

Also helping keep things professional are screenwriter Steve Kloves, returning after taking the last film off, and director Yates. A veteran of British TV responsible for such highly respected fare as the original miniseries version of “State of Play,” Yates in his second Potter film seems more comfortable with the franchise. He’s turned out to be what the series has always felt it needed, a good steward of the material who is respectful of the novels but not overly reverential.

As they head toward the closing episodes — Part 1 I of “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” will come out in 2010, Part 2 in 2011 — it becomes clearer and clearer that these films are a law unto themselves: cozy tales told around a cinematic campfire that have managed to reach out to the world.

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