Magic Beyond Words: The J.K. Rowling Story is a made-for-TV film starring Australian actress Poppy Montgomery. The film, which was shot in B.C. Canada locations altered to look like British locations, details the journey of struggling single mother J. K. Rowling, her bid to become a published author, and her rise to fame that followed the publication of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. The film aired on Lifetime on July 18th and was criticized for being too lacklustre (mainly down to the fiercely private author having no say in the production) but it also shed some light on her personal life and featured scenes such as her highly abusive first husband and the death of her mother. The eponymous J.K. Rowling is the world's first billionaire (in terms of US dollars) author and the films inspired by her books have been the highest grossing films of all time. Poppy Montgomery reportedly got blue contact lenses to play the role of the highly influential author.
Writer:Jeffrey Berman, Tony Caballero, Sean Smith (based on the book by)
An inspiring look at JK Rowling's rise to become one of the most influential writers-from her humble beginnings as an imaginative young girl and awkward teenager to the loss of her mother and the genesis of the Harry Potter phenomenon. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Magic Beyond Words: The JK Rowling Story torrent reviews
Colton D (ca) wrote: not that bad but I have seen better
Ryan P (mx) wrote: Just wasn't feeling it
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Rob B (es) wrote: Another shockingly bad film.
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Jake A (us) wrote: Though this horror-comedy has a likable lead, a couple of laughs, some decent practical effects and a few well played out action scenes it is smothered by juvenile humour, plenty of shallow and annoying characters, a mostly awful soundtrack and in general just sums up what is wrong with a lot of younger people today. Not awful and not boring but neither is it memorable or original and therefore not really worth watching.
TheScarlatescu R (nl) wrote: its funny, but the action is very much like a scooby doo cartoon