I don’t care if Harry Potter has been a big part of your life for years or whatever. I don’t care if Harry Potter is considered a legend. I don’t care if Harry Potter has never won an Oscar. I don’t care if you grew up with Harry Potter.
Hugo is such a better film than Deathly Hallows Part 2.
Harry Potter deserves recognition, but these are not the type of awards it deserves.
Saying that you’re never going to watch Hugo, because it “stole” the awards from Harry Potter is really immature. Hugo deserves the awards, and maybe if you took the time to watch the film you would understand.
And Hugo especially deserves the visual effects award over Harry Potter.
That is just common sense.
I’m starting to dislike you as much as the Twilight fandom.
So apparently, as a Harry Potter fan, I should be having an absolute fit that Hugo keeps getting awards. But I’m not, I’m actually quite pleased. Hugo was my favorite movie of the year and I am so happy it has won so many awards this year. I wonder how many of these Harry Potter fans went to see Hugo themselves? Hugo was an exceptional film with beautiful cinematography and a wonderful storyline. Having not read the book prior, I was fascinated by where the story was headed and how the different characters were woven in and just how everything linked together. I am in no way saying that Harry Potter was not just as wonderful a film, and of course would have loved for it to win an award. But, in comparison to Hugo, I just don’t believe that it deserves the awards.
Sorry this is just my opinion, and I respect everyone else’s I just wanted to add my two cents as someone who has seen both films.
All of this.
It wasn’t an Oscar for Most Overly Intense Fanbase.
My Favorite HP Ships | Bill Weasley/ Fleur Delacour
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