"Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" — The sixth movie in J.K. Rowling's fantasy series about the young wizard is the franchise's best so far, blending rich drama and easy camaraderie among the actors with the visual spectacle that until now has been the real star.
The hocus-pocus of it all nearly takes a back seat to the story and characters this time, and the film is the better for that, brimming with authentic people and honest interaction — hormonal teens bonding with great humor, heartache that will resonate with anyone who remembers the pangs of first love. The movie escalates the peril for Harry （Daniel Radcliffe） and his best pals, Hermione Granger （Emma Watson） and Ron Weasley （Rupert Grint）， while giving the threesome that first collaborated as prepubescent kids their best platform yet to show their maturing acting chops.
Director David Yates, who made the fifth film and is doing the final two, stays true to the Rowling recipe yet infuses it with a freshneand energy that make it seem like a new start, not the stale old chapter six it could have been. Harry's main challenge this time involves an assignment from headmaster Dumbledore （Michael Gambon） toretrieve a critical memory that a new teacher （Jim Broadbent） possesses about the evil Lord Voldemort.
Along with the splendid visuals, the movie offers stirring support from Alan Rickman, Helena Bonham Carter, Maggie Smith, Robbie Coltrane and other co-stars. PG for scary images, some violence, language and mild sensuality. 153 minutes. Three and a half stars out of four.
Many people often use "mental illness" to scold one another. It is obversely that people always have some social prejudice on the "mental illness".
In many cases, psychopaths always refuse to be given medication. No one can deny that it is disbeneficial to them,but the problem is not so si-mp-le.We must realize that the enforced behavior against the respondent's will ,such as injection of mind-altering drugs ,is highly offensive to their dignity and autonomy. To some sufferers, the word "normal" is so boring,they really hate this,and I have to say that they also own the right to stand on their dignity!
As a final comment, I should say that no matter how terrible the people may be, they should be entitled to make decision and there is on doubt that prejudice should be avoided in society.
Hotel Rwanda ---- a story of an African Schinderler
Hotel Rwanda is a film about a man。 It was based on a real story of a man who saved 1268 people’s lives in a madness genocidal， which happened in Rwanda， 1994。 The film was directed by Terry George， 2004。 The main actor Don Cheadle is not handsome but just an ordinary man。 You probably will even not recognize him when you happen to meet him on the street。 He acted a hero based on a true story， a man who was as simple as he is， Paul Rusesabagina。 Paul is a hero， a real man， while a hero and a real man doesn’t always need to be handsome or attractive in the appearance。 There are two nations in Rwanda， hutu and tutsi。 Paul is a hutu manager working for a 4 stars hotel on town。 The hutu army planed a genocidal to clear out all the tutsi people in ruwanda。 The tutsi people were suffering a madness blood bath。 Over 800，000 people had been killed within 100 days。 Paul has a tutsi wife， in order to protect his wife， children and other tutsis; he took them to hide in the hotel Rwanda。 There are many white people from all over the world lived in this hotel so the hotel is the safest place in Rwanda to hide。 There are 80 UN soldiers in Rwanda but only 4 guarded in the hotel and all of them are not allowed to shot。 If we say that Paul just wanted to save his wife at the beginning， after recognized that there is no one would come to help the tutsis， Paul throw himself into the breach。 He bribed the hutu general by wine and gold， used out every coin of his to purchase the refugees’ lives， ten， a hundred， 2 hundreds， 3 hundreds… more and more tutsi refugees flee to the hotel wishing to survive。 To them， Paul is an angel who keeps a hope for those hopeless people in the calamity。 His goodness his mercy is the key to be alive。
The hotel Rwanda is a dramatically and war film， ingeniously， there was almost no lens for slaughtering; however， the threatener of death was full filling with the whole movie。 One of the tutsi asked Paul，
“Why they are so truculence?”
“ Hatred? Insanity? … I don’t know。”
The event is a humanitarianism disaster and Paul needs no reason to save the lives。 When the world closed its eyes， he opened his arms。 Facing a madness calamity and crazy crowds， the individual’s power is far from enough。 However， Paul saved more than 1000 people’s lives。 Paul Rusesabagina is a hero， a real man， an African Schinderler。