June 27th, 2004


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2004/06/27 16:33:00 - Nitpickyness
Last night, after returning from the Dire North I decided to go to a film for the evening. Since the only thing on at a convenient time was Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban I decided to go see that again (was planning on doing so anyway).

  • Pansy appears in every scene except one with Malfoy in until the Shrieking Shack scene, and then not again -- why not?

  • The Bulfrog Choir leave the Hall after their performance, not sit down at the tables.

  • I was definitely right before when I said that they got the timing inconsistent between the two views of the Harry-Sirius-Dementors-later!Harry sequence; and I'm not sure they didn't get the "Buckbeak execution" different both times, either...

  • I think they have the school population two times too big -- canon would appear to suggest 10-people-per-house-per-year, but Hagrid's lesson clearly shows about 40 students, all apparently Slytherin and Gryffindor; Remus' lessons also appear to be the same sort of size. On the countervailing side, there's someone in the Boggart lesson with Parvati who surely must be her sister Padma who ought to be in Ravenclaw.

  • Still think that that Slamdoor-rail sequence is somewhere near London Bridge -- any London-geeks want to comment?

  • I wonder if you're supposed to think that Remus' water bottle on the Hogwart's Express is a bottle of Vodka?

  • I'm not sure that the Staff's gender balance is correct either, but I didn't get a good look at the staff on the right-hand-side of the screen when they showed the entire top table. I'm assuming that the male Professor next to Hagrid was one of the unknown Muggle Studies or Ancient Runes teachers mentioned in the list of teachers at HP Lexicon

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Current Music: Laurence Rosenthal -- Meteor - End Titles Suite

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