VIDEO: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001)

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In the first review he ever posted, the Suspect takes a trip down memory lane and revisits the first Harry Potter movie, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. Or Sorcerer’s Stone, for those of you on the other side of the Atlantic!

Disclaimer: This was a pilot show, and the Suspect’s very first attempt at reviewing. Unfortunately, the video/audio quality is not quite up to the level of his more recent reviews.

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  • Ahhh the shaky-cam review. :) Nice to be reminded of how far you’ve come Suspect!

    • The_Unusual_Suspect

      Yeah, I look back on this review and I realize how much I’ve improved. The camera I was shooting on had this face tracking feature, hence why it shaked so much. And a lot of the jokes were pretty poor. But it taught me that if you want to do something, and you think you could never do it, just give it a go! Cos the comments I get on my videos now are bloody amazing. And it’s all thanks to this review getting me started.

      • Muthsarah

        Well, since (I think) you say you welcome comments on your reviews, I’ll toss ya this one:

        I think you’re funny.  I love the energy and pacing in your videos.  I think they’re comparable to some of the better TGWTG reviewers’ vids.  But the one BIG issue I have is the sound balance.  The sound effects you toss in tend to be at least twice as loud as either your narration or the clips from the movies themselves.  After watching your first review here, I went back and watched every vid in your backlog (at Blip or whatever, something.com), and most of them had this very loud sound-effect issue.

        You’re like 90% of the way to having fantastic reviews.  You got all the hard stuff out of the way.  But whenever a sound effect comes up, I have to lower the volume on my speakers out of fear that it’ll be followed by another one.  Such a little change, but such a consistent issue.

        • The_Unusual_Suspect

          Yeah, I’ve just started using the audio balance meter in Premiere Pro, and I’m keeping an eye on this problem as it’s one I’ve noticed. I think I have it sorted out now, (I’m pretty sure the audio balance in the LOTR review is OK): so it shouldn’t be an issue anymore :)

  • StevePotter

    I like how you review entire movie franchises. I think a series of Star Wars reviews would definitely be up your alley, because you’re really good at finding flaws in movies you like.