Sarahs Harry Potter Adventure.

To start this story, I just want to mention that we have a Netflix subscription and it and Gamefly are quite possibly the coolest thing for us lazy poor people that need digital entertainment on a damn near constant basis.

Now, to start the story:
Sarah decided she wanted to see the Harry Potter movies, so she proceeded to add them to her queue. Just went through the listing “willy nilly” and added them one by one, not realizing that Netflix wouldn’t put them in the right order when she wanted them. So, the 1st shipped Harry Potter title arrived by mail, I say the word shipped due to the fact that she did not get them in the right order in her queue. She got the 2nd movie first and was pissed off and confused at the story.

She has watched all of them now, or so she thought, but more on that in a bit. I decided that I was going to stay as far away from the Harry Potter craze as possible and let her enjoy the movies on her own, being a person that doesn’t give in to the trends. Since my knee has confined me to the couch for the most part, I decided to sit with the iPod playing. The images that were on the screen as she watched The Order of the Phoenix caught my attention, and I took the headphones off and started watching it with her. I hate to say it, but I got sucked in, and now we get to possibly the best part of this story, and the reason I decided to blog about it in the first place. I told her that I added the Potter movies to my queue, and mentioned that Netflix bothered to put release dates on them for a reason. She asked me if I had all 4 movies in the queue. I told her there were 5 movies and she got a confused look on her face and came to look at the queue. Apparently she missed the The Goblet of Fire all together.

She has seen them all, in the wrong order, and told me that she would be watching them again when they come in for me.

Gotta love her, just got to teach her how to read dates on movies that come out in series. 🙂

James

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    • emily
    • February 7th, 2008

    you’ll never get me near that creepy lookin’ little boy….

    • Don B.
    • February 9th, 2008

    Oh, it’s harmless enough. I read the books, too, and didn’t really care for them beyond the first one. But the flicks have some fun performances in them. Too bad Richard Harris died before he could do all of the flicks. Alan Rickman couldn’t be bad in anything if he wanted to.

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