Harry Potter and the Case of Paranoia

July 13, 2009 — 6 Comments

Though I sweared to myself that I wouldn’t dish money to watch HP6 for obvious shipping reasons, and my not enjoying Hp6 and HP7. UMPH! – I’ve been tempted, I must admit… these past few days to actually go and check it out. Anyway!

I have made up my mind! – thanks to this

I ain’t going… I ain’t dishing my money. Maybe my time…
who knows~ depends on the time LOL
maybe soon, maybe on cable…

Obviously press get press screenings, so they can review it and properly fuzz about the film. It’s usually an invitation, you go to a certain time and place to watch it, maybe discuss it… enjoy it, and write about it telling everyone to go watch it, or just dismiss it.

It’s commonly known that you’re not to bring your cameras… or camera cellphones (?? what for, can you really record decent footage long enough in a cellphone?) – whatever. It’s just insulting to know that you’re invited somewhere but BEWARE, you will be arrested if you’re seen breaking the rules. ARRESTED! Doesn’t the police force have other things to do????

Why bother then to invite someone if you are already thinking he/she will be ripping your movie off? Are we in the assumption that all guests are there to record your movie?

In any case, I doubt CAM film versions come out of Peru, so not much need to fuzz over it at the moment. They are usually fromo outside… and I doubt CAMs are press screening made. And even then, maybe a nice “this is a screener” text would suffice.

6 responses to Harry Potter and the Case of Paranoia

    And I was given free tickets seeing as I am this huge HP fan

  2. I’m taking photos of the premiere tonight… almost about to go now, dunno if they will let me watch it haha.

  3. TRAITOR!!!

  4. I didn’t watch it, anyway
    our invite said 8pm, and somehow it started at 7pm
    so decided to get a fruity juice instead, lol

  5. they knew you were coming with your cam and snarkyness so they decided to go ahead with out you! heheheh

  6. I have a hunch they will rip it to pieces in here… not like it’s a surprise. critics only seem to lurv outdated (like 3-5 year old) European film… get them a 2004 French drama in the theaters and they’ll give it 4 stars. CRAZY. LOL

    Can’t believe it’s over 85% on RottenTomatoes… it really needs to go down, considering the material. xD – Actually, it went down 10 notches in just a few days, but most of the bad reviews sound stupid.

    Hard to take it seriously when the reviewer writes “that broom sport” LOL

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