Comparing Harry Potter And The Wizard World

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This past March I visited Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida for the first time in years. As all things, it has changed drastically over time. Some rides remained the same, but others not so much. Universal Studios is a magical place to begin with, but add in two separate Wizard Worlds and you’ll be begging for more. As I have grown, I was never interest in Harry Potter; however, after only one day running through the Wizard World I was hooked. I couldn’t wait to get my hands on the books and movies. First, I dove into Harry Potter and The Sorcerer’s Stone by J.K. Rowling. Then, to complete the first pieces in the series, I watched Harry Potter and The Sorcerer’s Stone directed by Chris Columbus. Both pieces were exceptional and I enjoyed both; however, I believe the movie is slightly better.
The book begins with Mr. Dursley heading to work. He is a normal human, or a Muggle as Wizards would refer to him, who is married to Mrs. Dursley. Together, they believe they are better than most and would never be fooled by any nonsense such as magic. On this first day, strange things are happening such as owls flying, gatherings of cloaked people and shooting stars. The Dursley’s fear their relatives, The Potters, have something to do with this. The book goes on to introduce Albus Dumbledore, Professor McGonagall and Hagrid who
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He knew he had a true place in the world as soon as he came to Hogwarts (par 6). This connection helped Harry really be defined as he transformed through the film. Likewise, the movie portrayed Hermione perfectly for the bossy, precocious young lady she is (par. 7). The cast was a true standout and couldn’t be better, especially as for as the children actors go (par. 10). The actors built upon the characters to increase their value within the movie. They truly added to each scene which were consistently entertaining (par. 12). The cast couldn’t be
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