More Rupert Grint Rave Reviews!

More Rupert Grint Rave Reviews! January 16, 2009, 6:30PM–It has been long known that we at ICM have an insatiable appetite for any articles praising our favourite actor. Therefore, while we await the Cherrybomb reviews to start flooding, it never hurts to read more rave reviews of Rupert Grint‘s previous movie roles. I have just added seven new/old reviews of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone (starting from Film Threat), plus a few articles to all other pages of our Rave Reviews section. Here’s a selection of these new quotes:

“Rupert Grint brings the right wisecracking Everyboy flavor to Harry’s pal Ron…” (Sorcerer’s Stone)

“Grint, with his rubbery face, displays great comic timing as Ron, who makes up in spell casting what he believes he lacks in social status.” (Sorcerer’s Stone)

“Because of its tricky subject matter, Goblet of Fire requires a careful balance of doom and gloom as well as adolescent frolic and a dash of nifty special effects. […] Especially with the latter, the tone is just right, captured humorously by Ron Weasley – dealing with dating, hand-me-downs, and friendly jealousy.” (Goblet of Fire)

“In fact, the action sequences aren’t half as interesting as the humorous awkwardness of our young heroes as they navigate the dangers of being 14. Radcliffe and Grint have some electric sequences as anger and jealousy threaten Harry and Ron’s friendship…” (Goblet of Fire)

… and my favourite one:

“The chap can handle a close-up. We see him register the obvious disconnect as his teary-eyed mom utters the mantra of the minister’s wife: ‘We’re God’s ambassadors – we show the world a smiling face.’ Or the quiet disappointment as his father buries himself in bird books. Shorup-ship-see, shorup-ship-see – he tries to teach Ben the skylark’s call. Ben stands there, quiet, pained, aching to break free.” (Driving Lessons)

Read the rest in our Rave Reviews section.

35 Comments to "More Rupert Grint Rave Reviews!"

mollywobbles
January 17th, 2009 at 11:24 AM

^ Oh and I was talking to TLFC/the directers, not ICM. lol I know you have no control over it.

*refreshes TLFC page*

wicked jo
January 17th, 2009 at 1:28 PM

I love that last review too 😀 it really is spot on.
must. watch. that. damn. trailer. now.

KC
January 17th, 2009 at 1:58 PM

I need that trailer!!! Please,oh please give us the trailer!!! Why are you teasing us?!?!? 🙁

lol

KC
January 17th, 2009 at 7:52 PM

DUDE!!! lol me and my friends are causing a BIG HUGE RIOT!!! lol We called WLOX (news program in missisippi), emailed our newspaper twice, and me and my cousin contaced CNN NEWS!!! CAN YOU BELIEVE IT?!?!? im so frickin pumped!

BB Tuna
January 17th, 2009 at 8:04 PM

“The chap can handle a close-up. We see him register the obvious disconnect as his teary-eyed mom utters the mantra of the minister’s wife: ‘We’re God’s ambassadors – we show the world a smiling face.’ Or the quiet disappointment as his father buries himself in bird books. Shorup-ship-see, shorup-ship-see – he tries to teach Ben the skylark’s call. Ben stands there, quiet, pained, aching to break free.” (Driving Lessons)

That’s amazing! I am glad people are noticing he can do the close-ups. A lot of actors can’t. Yay Rupert!

Ki
January 17th, 2009 at 8:10 PM

That is awesome KC!! We are Rupert’s Army!!!!

yweasley
January 17th, 2009 at 8:11 PM

i found this on google – telegrah uk:
don’t know if you seen this: quote-

“As I’ve known Emma for so long, I reckon it will be 10 times worse,” says the 20-year-old actor, who plays Ron Weasley.

“I really love the seventh book, but there is no way it will be tame with the Hermione stuff.”

The kiss, which is due to be filmed next month, should have been a walk in the park for Grint after his graphic performance opposite Kimberley Nixon, a 23-year-old Welsh actress, in the forthcoming film Cherrybomb. The actor compares them with the nude scenes that Daniel Radcliffe is currently performing on stage in New York.

“I don’t think it’s quite up there with Dan’s Equus, but it was quite a surreal experience, especially as we were sharing the bed with half a dozen camera crew,” he says. “But, yeah, I was quite nervous, I think we both were.

“It was a new thing for the two of us – though, weirdly, I remember Kim and I doing a crossword in between takes. That definitely took our minds off the deed.”

He now hopes that Emma, 18, who plays the brainy Hermione Granger, will be similarly distracted. “I’ll have a stack of crosswords at the ready,” he says.

KC
January 17th, 2009 at 8:13 PM

Thanks Ki! but its not about Rupert… 🙁 it was about trouble with our district with the inaguration.. lol But maybe i should do that too!!! lol 🙂 and i tried 50 times to submit that article to ya’ll, but it kept saying i typed something wrong. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/mandrake/4278869/Emma-Watson-kiss-worries-Rupert-Grint.html

KC
January 17th, 2009 at 8:16 PM

Thanks Ki! but its not about Rupert… it was about trouble with our district with the inaguration.. lol But maybe i should do that too!!! lol and i tried 50 times to submit that article to ya’ll, but it kept saying i typed something wrong.

Euge
January 17th, 2009 at 8:40 PM

I was reading the same yweasley!

Ki
January 17th, 2009 at 8:45 PM

Katie check out the new post at ONTD about Rupert and the kiss with Emma:

http://community.livejournal.com/ohnotheydidnt/31509777.html

Jo
January 17th, 2009 at 8:54 PM

OH yeah guys got it up, I’ll still be adding in credit in a bit to you guys since you took time to send in as well! you guys rock. 🙂 comments will open soon on the new post.

mollywobbles
January 17th, 2009 at 8:56 PM

yweasley,

If you have an article or something to submit, the admin and mods prefer if you click on “submit news” and email it. Just for future use. 🙂

mollywobbles
January 17th, 2009 at 8:57 PM

Thanks for the heads up, Ki! 😀

yweasley
January 17th, 2009 at 11:25 PM

tried but couldn’t get it thru

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