4/10 Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, based on the Harry Potter books, is one of the most acclaimed films of all time, but it is also one of its most divisive.
Critics have called it the worst movie ever made, while its box office receipts are estimated at $2.2bn, according to The New York Times.
It was also criticised for being too long and being too sentimental.
Many people felt that the movie was too sentimental and that the story was too much like Harry Potter.
Harry Potter & Co., based on JK Rowling’s best-selling books, tells the story of a boy and his love for a girl called Hermione.
In the books, Harry has to deal with the death of his parents when they were killed in an explosion on their wedding night.
In Harry Potter: An Illustrated Guide to the Harry’s Adventures, the series has been adapted for the big screen in three films, including the highly-acclaimed Pottermore, a movie that was criticised for its lack of diversity.
The film, which stars Emma Watson, was criticised in 2008 for being “too white” for a “post-racial” society.
Critics were not happy with the ending of the film, saying that Harry was forced to sacrifice his love and sacrifice his life in order to save his friend Hermione.
Rowling had previously said that the ending “is the hardest thing I’ve ever written” but she has since said that she was never given any indication about the ending.
The latest Harry Potter film, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, has been criticised for not being inclusive enough and focusing too much on the story and characters of the wizarding world.
Critics also feel that the film is too similar to the books and that some of the plot elements are similar to those in the Harry series, including a villain named Grindelwald.
Many of the characters from the books have also been seen in the films.
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