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Hi everybody! I’m Rajo Zakic and I have an opinion about the Harry Potter movies. Good thing that there is such as thin as the internet. Movie adaptations are always weird because they got the people on one hand who has already read the books and there is a lot of them. And those people are just foamy at the month waiting to see there blooded characters right on the screen and those are the people that are going to make you your money but there is going to be people who are going to watch the movie that they never read the book and they got the responsibility to them as well. It’s a top situation of being, the books of books but the movie is the film thing. And there are rules like a movie has to make sense from start to finish. A movie has to address its characters in a way that the people who watch the movie can understand without having the recent book before hand. A movie has to establish the certain tone and the movie has to sticks to its own continuity and can’t sort to pick and choose a little detail here and there against to get about in one movie and then bring the back up and another movie so anyways. I decided I would take all the Harry Potter movies all the best one and rank them. And which one that thought were the best and which one that thought really works, just for fun for no other reason. If I am wasting your time you know you can go to the other stuffs but if you want to find out what I think keep watching. Number seven, Chamber of Secrets, this is the worst Harry Potter movie of all time namely because of this guy, Dobby. Literary get worst on screen to TGI character in history I guarantee you. But you got to caught them from slack because this really was made in the 80’s when TGI technology was brand new. No it wasn’t, it was may around the same time the things wasn’t invented and everyone love so how do they screw up with Dobby. Number six, Harry and the philosophers known. The one that’s started out, now the good thing about this movie is that they mash the cast about your kids her cute and look that part but the bad thing is that they for some reason decided to be really strict about adapting the book and it’s base like a paint by number of telling you the story and every attempt it capturing the soar or the tone of a pretty good children birth that’s field with magic and wonders didn’t just force and completely since its here. In my opinion, number five, Goblet of Fire. If you asks me this was the best book of the whole series and it should have been the best movie of the whole series. But it wasn’t it was just it was just this media that sort of blood this happens and this happens and this happens in the end and somebody dies. And that’s fun to say that everything was bad you know this stuffs like that you are ball and showing all these kids struggle with there new found adolescence and the death theater the first of tunes of the death either which are super creepy. Number four, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, and yeah Harry becoming and strippable teenagers and not very much fun to watch and he’s all of that he don’t understand and nobody understands for you shot up but this is the movie that introduces Dolores Ambridge who was perfectly task a character that much need in the Harry Potter university especially with direction it going and she kind to strike a perfect balance between creepy like really creepy and hilarious so good for order of the things. Number three, Harry Potter and the Half Lead Prince now what’s great about this movie and this is a lot this great about it is that they finally find to settle on a director with the strong vision for the series to drive at home which is something that they kind they need it form the very beginning. The best thing about thing about this film if you ask me is that finally we get to the sledge drinker mouth boy portray as this ton of bad ass who at the same time is this traveled teenager who is struggling with this important task that has been given you know he is not this stupid little kid just like Potter, Potter anymore like he is actually like a real character. Number two, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part one, that’s right I got to see it earlier this week before you get to see it. It’s pretty good and it’s my second favorite Harry Potter movies. What really stock out for me in this one was the very impressive character CDI work they did with— of all characters and they actually redeem— he has a characters so— it’s okay in my book. And the number one movie of the entire Harry Potter film franchise is Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban which should come as no surprise as if the one that I didn’t mention already. This one reads more like a really, really, really, really good episode over the love TV series which is the most than any of the films of this blood franchise and put ever hopeful it’s the only film of the series that really kneels the tone of the book and it does so extra ordinarily well. The sense of child like wonder and magic of the Harry Potter universe come across in this film effortlessly. So they’re you have it my top seven Harry Potter movies of all time in order of worst to best. I didn’t read on the half through this but I don’t care I wanted to make of the year about it and so I did. And here it is and now it’s done.