Last year, I had a "Harry Potter" Marathon, rewatching my the series I grew up with. Watching the stars Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint grow up in 1179 minutes is always fun. I had a friend who watched it backwards to see them shrink!
|Red carpet. Unfortunately I missed out when Daniel was on it, I was too far in the line to catch a glimpse of him :(|
|Red carpet interviews.|
#DanielRadcliffe on the movie #WhatIf ! Love his eyes and accent! My thoughts on the movie coming soon to my blog http://bit.ly/judycyangx
As Radcliffe puts it, the story line is very balanced between the guy's and girl's side. Although it is told more from Wallace's point of view, you still see the struggle from Chantry's feelings. What I like about it is that it's not a cheesey or very fake romantic story, but very well thought out romantic comedy. The jokes were funny, the cast had great chemistry and I love the animation they incorporated in, to show Chantry's feeling since she an animator. And most importantly, it asks the question every one has "can men and women really just be friends?". Is it hard to have platonic friendship? Or spending too much time with each other cause confusion.
|She played Nicole in the movie, Allan's wife.|