Sphere and Gone with the Wind

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Harry Potter 1 + 6 reviews

BY REBECCA (9)

This weekend I saw Harry Potter and the half blood prince. I think they could have done a much better job. It was kind of dull. In the book your face is buried and you can’t put it down. In this movie you can nod off to sleep. When I watched harry potter and the sorcerer’s stone I was really focused and interested but in the half blood prince I was sleepy.

FAVORITE MOVIE

My favorite movie to date is Xman. It has me going and disappearing into the story.
What is your favorite movie?

WRITING
I am working on my own story called “first class powers” stay tune for a chapter.
What are you working on?

HERE ARE  MY HP RATING FOR MOVIES 1 AND 6:

WHAT DO YOU THINK?

BIG SCREEN spring and summer movies for kids

It’s is the summer of the sequel… Please let us know if we missed anything. Here’s our selection:

* APRIL introduces a reluctant Easter bunny in Hop (April 1), and African Cats (April 22)

* MAY brings Kung Fu Panda 2 (Po & Friends encounter bandits on May 27) and Pirates of the Caribbean 4, now on even stranger tides on May 20

* JUNE comes with Cars 2 (on a top-secret spy mission) and Mr. Popper’s Penguins (Jim Carrey goes on tour with thirteen misbehaving birds)

* JULY offers yet another Transformers, Dark of Moon, Monte Carlo (where Selena Gomez looses a million-dollar necklace), The Zookeeper (Kevin James) gets unexpected help from his suddenly very talkative furry friends, and finally the last of the Harry Potter movies, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2.

* AUGUST gives us The Smurfs (in 3D), The Sitter (Jonah Hill is coaxed into babysitting the kids next door), and Spy Kids (4) save the world again.

For older kids: Submarine (May), Homework and X-Men: First Class (June) and Captain America: the First Avenger (July)