The Facility in the Middle of Nowhere goes to the movies. The movie was
and the Prisoner of Azkaban. Unlike the other two Harry Potter films, this one was,
according to Spring, more Halloween than Christmas. And it was all the
better for it.
About the only thing I didn't really care for was Michael Gambon's portrayal of
Hogwart's headmaster, Albus Dumbledore. While he looked exactly
Harris in the Albus Dumbledore role, it wasn't the same calm understated
manner that Harris played Dumbledore—Gambon was more animated and … well
… loud (well, compared to Harris' near whispering of the role, it did come
across as loud). It's a slightly different interpretation of the role, but
having liked the Harris interpretation, it's hard to warm up to Gambon in
the same role.
Rickman is, as usual, wonderful in his role as Severus Snape (and I
wish, I just wish, he'll get more screen time in the future.
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