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Hi! This is Mike from the substream.com and this is very special Harry Potter edition that you watch for the week in the 19th of November and that’s the Friday and two very cool things count in two, one and two. Movie things are having this weekend number one is of course the release of Harry Potter 7.A the first half of the conclusion of the movie series and this one is called the Deathly Hallows. And the other thing— the other cool thing is the release of Director Danny Boyle who won an Oscar on Slumdog Millionaire his new film called the 127 hours. What I am going to do in the next few minutes is to tell you which one of those movies to spend your dollars watching instead of the other one. That’s going to be really fun so stay tune. Quick list, are you now or have you been at any time in the past four to five years a 13 year old girl or do you think that you are wizard. If you answered yes to either of those question goes you Harry Potter and enjoy it child but if there is any slaver if you answered no and there is any slaver of dove that things maybe I don’t need to see this Harry Potter or maybe I don’t have to know how it ends because it doesn’t really matter it ends because it’s not that interesting result. If there is any small slaver of the things you know me I don’t need to see Harry Potter because I can’t believe because I’m not a child. Then go see 127 hours instead because this is spectacular movie and you’ll just love it. It’s a story— it’s a true story of Aron Ralston whose played in the film by one of the two or three best young actors working and I say that sincerely I believe that to be through James Franco and what Ralston does is goes out for the weekend, took one of his favorite canyons in Utah then slides down and get his arm paint against the word of the canyon by a giant bowler. And the film is the story of the in sawing five days as we slowly dream his bottle of water and starts to hallucinate as he records and this is true, goodbye messages to his parents on the video camera that he happen to bring with them and contemplates the ultimate eventuality which is in cutting on his own arms with a really dull night. And its sounds like a worry project for Boyle who is known for this hyperkinetic boosters chaotic visual styles that’s because we heard 127 hours with the majority of it and it just one guy alone with pre much a mobile but because of the story is told so well because Danny Boyle such a town in director and because as film makers they find little moments and bits of meaning in small details and the stuffs that’s ropes has in his bag the ropes and the cameras and the other thing and he little events that happen over the course of the five days like the crow flying above for him to recording his messages to his parents and because James Franco is so good in it you just want to get mad at him for being so good because it’s so casual you just kind of like this movie is really easy and as you probably get announce here because I’ve— is one of the best performer of year and it’s really rare because most young actors you know especially the super serious about craft of being an actor and the way that he doesn’t seem to be in the way to this performance definitely isn’t. The film its ends up even though with the story of the guy cop a mobile it ends up being this really compelling and not just compelling in the interesting British film that would a it gives an idea and it was daring perform intellectual kind of compelling that although it is kind of that as well. It’s a great film and it becomes even better in retro speak when you think back on what they were able to do with such a simple story but because it was told was such honesty and attention to detail and character detail it ends up being a million times more fall of real human emotions and story then something like Harry Potter 7.1 new Deathly Hallow part A is the first half which despite to having like 400 times more characters and despite being twice as long ends of having about half of the real true human emotion and ends up with the half of the movie as the film like 127 hours. So go and see 127 hours instead unless you are 13.