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Just currious to see if there were any fans out there.
 

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Saw the first two movies and then read the next three books! Couldn't put them down. For me, it's easier to read a book when I can visualize the characters. Azkaban was fair but I liked Goblet of fire and Order of the Phoenix.

Now, I have been going back to the first two and reading parts to see how they differ from the flicks.

When is movie number 3?
 

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Hey Mark,
I did the exact same thing. I did not really have any interest in the Harry Potter series until I saw the first two movies. My wife had started my neices and nephew on them, and I watched the Sorcerer's Stone on TV one night when I could not find anything else to watch. I was instantly and hopelessly hooked. After seeing the Chamber of Secrets, I read Azkaban & The Goblet then I doubled back to read the first two books. When the Order of the Phoenix came out I read that immediately too.
The Prisoner of Azkaban is supposed to be in theatres on June 4th. Check out www.azkaban.com
 

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Leigh...no interest reading the books...saw the 2 movies..they were cute...good entertainment.....

Nicoli.....soon to come..the Gena Lee Nolin ( Baywatch babe) tapes....ala Paris H....:D
 

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Harry Potter and the Blue Crawfish?
How about Harry Potter and the Spanish Inquisition or maybe even Harry Potter and the Secret Live Kitten Baits. LOL
 

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i like these

Harry Potter and the Sticky March Issue of Hustler

Harry Potter and the Sorceress Sore

Harry Potter and the Painful Rectal Itch

Harry Potter and the Unexplainable Wad of Tissues


Harry Potter and the Over-Hyped Children's Author and Clever Marketing Campaign
 

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I've read them all, even before the movie came out. Well not the last one it just came out. Originally bought them for the kids and wound up reading them too. I liked them and the movies.
 

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HP

My 9-year old has read them all.

I've read bits of them here and there, just to make sure they're children friendly.

We have no problems with our child reading them (heck, kids reading is great!), but many in our church will not allow their children to read about witches and sourcery. Actually, I think they were deprived of an imagination during their childhood.
 
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