July 14, 2011 |
In: FAIL, Movies
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I call bull on #7 … that is supposed to be from two different angles, hence why you can see her from one and not the other.
That's the first thing I said too. This occurred at two different points in the movie and is two different angles. The bottom shows Harry casting the patronus. The top is a first person perspective from Harry seeing the patronus.
Exactly I knew it didnt make Fu/ckin sure
Plus, there's a time travel element involved here, so that makes all complaints of this scene moot.
It actually was called "The Philosophers Stone" for a bit if you bought it at Wal-mart because "Sorcerer" implied witchcraft.
Yeah… I wish i was kidding.
No it wasn't ….see the 20 above post for the correct explanation
and also i think in great britain its called the philosophers stone and here its sorcerers stone.
In most of the world it is called Philosophers Stone (like the correct book title) but apparently American publishers thought Americans would be confused so used the 'incorrect' term Sorcerer. Kinda insulting really.
Don't care – still love the series.
WOW! Really?? I came here looking for a Hermione nip-slip or something and this is all I get??
Yeah, #7 is clearly a different tree. But congrats on finding all these mistakes, very productive. Who would have thought that filmmaking isn't technically perfect? Mind not shattered.
Americans don't know what Philosopher means so they changed it to Sorcerer. Go 'Merica!!
You are right.
Philosopher's stone is a very old legendary substance. Leave it to some really uncultured shitty marketing department from the USA to try and change history in order to make more money… http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philosophers_Stone
I also remember Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was called Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles in Europe, but that was done just for the money.
No it was because it was thought that Ninjas were too violent for kids to watch. Also, I heard that Rowling wrote it under the title of Sorcerer's Stone, and it was changed for a similar reason as TMNT, that is was too "dark" of a title for British Children. Don't quote me on the HP stuff I'm not saying I'm right, just that I read that somewhere.
I remember my English cousin came over here when we were kids and wanted to play Hero Turtles and I was all "WTF is that?!" Oh, Ninja Turtles, sweet! -She was the one who told me of the name change being about ninjas and kids and blah blah blah…
Man that was so easy it wasn't even fun.
and not a fuck was given
totally geek…I'm glad I never liked HP movies, either way, the explanation to everything is "a wizzard did it"
Actually, seems like in #16 the blanket wraps around to the back, and in the second shot Harry is just covering it up.
Not to nitpick the nitpicking, but…"Philosopher's stone" is an alchemical myth that can supposedly turn lead to gold and restore life. The first HP book used that as its title. When it was published in America it was changed to "Sorcerer's stone" because the publishers thought it would attract more US child readers.
they only made one mistake…making these movies
How about this. Harry Potter is not an Elk dammit!
I'll bet very few people noticed that.
Aaaannnddd…Not a fuck was given that post.
#7 Isn't a mistake.
Who ever wasted the time to point all this out, needs to get a life.
this is so unnecessary
#9 Really…. I don't see shit???
WTF! Is Harry getting a PHD in Magic? How long has this kid been in Magic School!
These and other mistakes can be found at http://www.iwillneverknowthetouchofawoman.com. Get a hobby, people.
holy shit! the candles aren't held up by real magic? Damn warner you cheap. At "Marvus" it was called Pjilosophers stone because that is what J.K. Rowling entitled it. America changed it because not enough people can explain to their children what a philosopher is. I wish I was kidding.
Of course shits gonna change. He's a FUCKING SORCERER! duh…
Calm down Hermione.
Whatever "Zombie Jesus". Now kindly go fuck yourself. Or harshly. I really couldn't give a fuck less.:)
No really calm down Hermione, there will be cake. All the little girls get cake. :*
you watch too close
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