#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – The House of Gaunt is a short film expanding on the lives of the Gaunt family who were created as part of the Harry Potter Universe. The Gaunt’s were once a powerful magical family who practiced relative marriages to maintain their pureblood status. They were proud descendants of Salazar Slytherin which also made them wealthy. Over the centuries of incest and greed, Elvis Marvolo Gaunt and his children were victims of disorders and poverty. He was a staunch believer in purity and was angered when his daughter Merope had fallen in love with a local weathy muggle named Tom Riddle. Merope was subject to abuse from both her father and brother Morfin. After an altercation between Tom and Morfin, the Gaunt’s came to the attention of the Ministry. Elvis was unhappy with the Ministry’s attempt to intervene in what he believed to have been good act on Morfin’s part. Both Morfin and Elvis would end up in Azkaban leaving Merope to fend for herself. Merope managed on her own by concocting a love potion for Tom Riddle. They were married and eventually became pregnant. Merope stopped feeding Tom the potion in hopes he’d return genuine feelings of affection. Alas, this was not to be and he would abandon his wife and unborn child. Merope would later give birth at an orphanage. Her handsome son which was named Tom Marvolo Riddle would later become known as the Dark Lord Voldemort.
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Good work indeed
We must not forget that it is a fan short movie and that the cast and crew are not “pros” (yet) but indeed they made a good work. I must admit.
+ : special effects, atmosphere, some good actors, cares on details and story
* : some actors overplaying/not convincing, too much slow motion kills slow motion…
Some may criticised some liberties but they are very few. Don’t know if it’s worth talking about it.
It could have been great
I was waiting for this film since the first trailer and I was dissapointed in the end. Based on the teailers I expected something awesome, but now it just feels like a wasted opportunity and money due to poor writing and directing.
I have to say, all of the actors were awesome.
The gaunt house scene was a bit weird. It was very accurate to the books, which made it enjoyable. The scene where Ogden enters the cottage and sees Merope for the first time is a bit weird. You put such dramatic effect on Merope for sooo looong, but you had Ogden in the scene too, as if they had some meaningful past or connection together, it totally gave the wrong impression if you didn’t read the books.
Also the tention was not built up well in that scene. One minute they are having a nice conversation, and the next he starts choking his daughter. It seemed like you wanted to portray the Gaunts a bit more elegant than they were (and that is a good idea), but you wanted to keep the scene accurate to the books, and it was a bit confusing in the end.
The fight scene with the Gaunts was a bit much for me, but the effects were great.
The whole party scene would have been very good if you wouldn’t have included Hepzibah. It murdered your film in the eyes of the fans.
That was the point where you could have added something new to the story instead of poorly modifing a totally different original scene.
It could have been a simple party for the deatheaters at some pureblood manor where they are ambushed by the aurors, or anything really.
I understand you wanted to include the horcruxes but I highly doubt he created them in the middle of a party with his deatheaters watching… so out of character.
The actor for Voldemort was the best I have ever seen in any movie, fanmade or original, but WHY did you hide ALL of this face for so long???? I thought it might be because he was only pretty but couldn’t act, but no, he was actually acting very good. So I just can’t understand, why you had to hide him. He could have had a half-mask on, or could have taken it off for the conversation at least…
His fight with the aurors was so awesome, the best scene in the whole film. The special effects were amazing, the whole scene was very well choreographed.
I love how you put Ogden in the scene and how he recognised the necklace, this is exactly how you add more to the story. Very well done!
The Potter scene in the end however was unneccesary and rushed.
All in all it was good to watch one time, but it could have been so much better.
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Director Joris Faucon Grimaud
Writer Joris Faucon Grimaud, Thomas Rokita
Actors Axel Baille, Charly Bouthemy, Sam Cavalier
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