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 Post subject: Anyone going to see Harry Potter's ghost story?
 Post Posted: Fri Feb 03, 2012 12:31 pm 
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Otherwise known as The Woman in Black? Sorry but I can't seem to remember that title and I had to look it up AGAIN just to put it in this post. I've been calling it Harry Potter's ghost story and will probably continue to do so. I'll probably even call it that when I ask for a ticket this weekend at the box office. I'm willing to bet that the Cinemark employees won't even think twice about it. It's Harry Potter. Everyone is going to call it the "Scary Harry Potter" or something like that.

Anyways, I'm excited to see it this weekend. Anyone else going to check it out?

I saw Underworld 4 last weekend (I wish I could kick butt like her). Like the previous three films in that series, it's not an excellent piece of filmmaking, but I was entertained and that was all I wanted from it. It was fun :)


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I'm want to see it, depends if I feel better. I wanna see Underworld 4 too and I agree with you, she can kick butt!!

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 Post subject: Re: Anyone going to see Harry Potter's ghost story?
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I'll go see it, well, I might wait and rent it, but I would really like to see it in the theater.

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 Post subject: Re: Anyone going to see Harry Potter's ghost story?
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I'll go see it, well, I might wait and rent it, but I would really like to see it in the theater.



You should take your wife out to dinner and a movie all by yourselves, awwwww!!! I luv date night, once or twice a month me and my hubby go out!! 8)

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I have just acquired a copy of the original The Woman In Black from the late 80's.

I heard that it was really good and have never seen it.

I would like to see the Harry Potter version in order to compare.

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 Post subject: Re: Anyone going to see Harry Potter's ghost story?
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witchy wrote:
Spookymufu wrote:
I'll go see it, well, I might wait and rent it, but I would really like to see it in the theater.



You should take your wife out to dinner and a movie all by yourselves, awwwww!!! I luv date night, once or twice a month me and my hubby go out!! 8)


yeah, I'd like that too, but it isnt possible, the kids are too small to leave at home alone

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 Post subject: Re: Anyone going to see Harry Potter's ghost story?
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witchy wrote:
Spookymufu wrote:
I'll go see it, well, I might wait and rent it, but I would really like to see it in the theater.



You should take your wife out to dinner and a movie all by yourselves, awwwww!!! I luv date night, once or twice a month me and my hubby go out!! 8)


yeah, I'd like that too, but it isnt possible, the kids are too small to leave at home alone



Thats what babysitters are for, or grandparents!! :wink:

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 Post subject: Re: Anyone going to see Harry Potter's ghost story?
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I think my husband wants us to go see this movie by ourselves. I would like to see it, but will feel a little guilty if we leave our kids at home. I know they'd like to go, too. I hope they arrange to go with their own friends.


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 Post subject: Re: Anyone going to see Harry Potter's ghost story?
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You should go Murf, my husband & I went today, it was AWESOME!! My kids already made plans with friends to go and see it!!

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 Post subject: Re: Anyone going to see Harry Potter's ghost story?
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Thats what babysitters are for, or grandparents!! :wink:


grandparents live 1800mi away, they wont drive here to babysit one night ;)

Dont know anyone I would trust to stay with the kids.

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 Post subject: Re: Anyone going to see Harry Potter's ghost story?
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IM DEFINITELY GOING TO SEE THIS ONE SOON,SOUNDS SOOO SCAREY,CAN"T WAIT :)


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 Post subject: Re: Anyone going to see Harry Potter's ghost story?
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I went and saw this on Sunday. I liked it. It wasn't anything totally original but as far as ghost stories go, it was enjoyable. It had great atmosphere and it made me jump quite a few times. There was always a feeling of dread when he was in that big scary house.

I have to say though, Murf may want to take a pass on this one. I seem to remember her saying on more than one occasion that she doesn't like movies where children are harmed or in danger and that's pretty much the focus of this movie. Hopefully I don't give too much away here, but the Woman in Black targets children and the outcome is always devastating.


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 Post subject: Re: Anyone going to see Harry Potter's ghost story?
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Oh, thanks for the heads-up! No, I don't like that kind of thing.


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 Post subject: Re: Anyone going to see Harry Potter's ghost story?
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No problem! Hate for you to get there and then want to walk out :)


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 Post subject: Re: Anyone going to see Harry Potter's ghost story?
 Post Posted: Mon Feb 06, 2012 4:25 pm 
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Murf, you might want to also avoid it due to some comments Radcliffe has made recently.

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