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Feedback: 'Harry Potter'

Readers respond to James Cameron, ”The X-Files,” and ”Harry Potter and the Deathy Hallows”

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Hallowed Territory
I was so excited to see Harry Potter on the cover of the Fall Movie Preview that I dropped everything and read it right away! I’ve been a true fan of the movies since day one and was extremely pleased with the article inside. It teases the reader but doesn’t give everything away.
Paige MacDougall
Concord, N.H.

Tangled Up in Blue
I’m one of those people who hate to love James Cameron. Your Q&A with the Avatar director was honest and entertaining. It’s enlightening to see how committed he is to his passion.
Alejandro Garay
Tucker, Ga.

Did James Cameron imply that Kathryn Bigelow was given her Oscar, rather than earning it? How are those sour grapes tasting, Jimmy?
Trudy Tanner
Landrum, S.C.

The Truth Is Out There
In your list of predictions that were way off over the years, you forgot to point out one of your most notorious. In the Fall TV Preview back in 1993, you wrote this about The X-Files: ”We know — this show’s a goner.”
Danny Bronstein
Los Angeles


READER’S CHOICE: BEST SPOTS TO EAT, DRINK & BE MERRY
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows — Part I is about to enter our realm, but Muggle/EW reader Dan Gaisbauer of Inver Grove Heights, Minn., had an earlier Potter pic on the brain: ”I love the Hogwarts feast scene in Sorcerer’s Stone, so my friends and I got to thinking about the places in TV and Movie Land where it would be fun to eat and drink.” Here’s just a taste.

Monk’s Cafe
Seinfeld

Mos Eisley Cantina
Star Wars

Moe’s Tavern
The Simpsons

Rick’s Café Américain
Casablanca

Sacred Heart Cafeteria
Scrubs

The Taft Hotel
The Graduate

More Pop Culture Haunts
Central Perk
Friends

The Copacabana
GoodFellas

Dexter Lake Club
Animal House

Dresden
Swingers

The Max
Saved by the Bell

Mel’s Diner
Alice

Peach Pit
Beverly Hills, 90210

The Regal Beagle
Three’s Company

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