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The Emma Watson Bio

The Emma Watson Review –

by Nate Lee

Best Film:

Harry Potter

Take your pick of a Harry Potter film
Great Performances You May Not Have Seen:
My Week with Marilyn (a wardrobe assistant)
The Perks of Being a Wallflower (Sam, the free spirit Pittsburgh senior)
The eight Harry Potter films.

The Real Emma Watson:

What else do we have? This is a compliment, though, because Watson has the ability to move beyond Hermione, yet still play beautiful, charming, forceful and brave – and smart.

Acting Style:
Smart beautiful. We are fortunate to have witnessed the growth of both her talent and her beauty through the eight films. Watson came off as a bit of an over-actor at the beginning, but that was what her role called for. As the series progressed, she emerged as the most colorful character and often the leader, but always the brains.
Bits and Quirks:
Piercing eyes help her both with a quick scoff and a determined intelligence. Quick jerky actions befitting the teen.
Great Scenes:
My Week With Marilyn

> Telling off Colin Clark at the end
> Their date and dance

Sorcerer's Stone

> Saving everyone from the devil's snare
> Showing off in the classes, particularly the "alohamora"
> The bathroom scene with the mountain troll

Prisoner Of Azkaban

> Hitting Malfoy in the nose
> Revealing the time-turner
> Rescuing Buckbeak
> Rescuing Sirius Black
> Running from the werewolf

Goblet Of Fire

> Delivering the message for Ron to Harry because they are fighting
> Visiting Harry in the tent before the dragon
> Reveal of her in her gown before the dance

Order Of The Phoenix

> Fighting the Death Eaters in the Ministry of Magic
> Meeting Hagrid's half-brother, the giant Grawp
> Fooling Umbridge into going into the forest

Deathly Hallows

> The fight in the café
> The story of the hallows
> Breaking into the Ministry of Magic in disguise
> Undergoing torture in Malfoy Manor
> The fight with Ron
> The visit to Harry's hometown
> Breaking into Gringotts and escaping on the dragon
> Escaping the fire in the Room of Requirement
> The discussion of the wand at the end
> The epilogue, in the train station
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