Now that Harry Potter is over, I’ve made a little list of the films from my least-favorite to most favorite (as of now…it tends to change), listing some of the pros and cons of each. I wrote this just for fun, and I’d like to hear your thoughts as well. This is just my humble opinion, and I’m sure it will be different from yours, but no rude comments please :)
#8. HARRY POTTER AND THE GOBLET OF FIRE (2004) Mike Newell The fourth Harry Potter movie, whilst not being exactly the longest, feels like it’s the longest. The special effects are great, but in my point of view they hardly...
At my uni we've been studying the way gender and sexism shapes the education curriculum.
This was an article we were actually given to read and debate about in a seminar:
"Harry Potter's girl trouble The world of everyone's favorite kid wizard is a place where boys come first. By Christine Schoefer
Four factors made me go out and buy the Harry Potter books: Their impressive lead on the bestseller lists, parents' raves about Harry Potter's magical ability to turn kids into passionate readers, my daughters' clamoring and the mile-long waiting lists at the public library. Once I opened "The Sorcerer's...