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Halo juphen.... i come to rupert.... *baeknya juphen mau menuruti keinginanku ^^*Gw pribadi sih ntah kenapa lebih suka rupert ketimbang dan (mungkin akibat gw juga favorit karakternya ron) ^^ dan bodohnya gw baru tahu nama tengahnya tu Alexander... keren banget ya.... btw kalo mau buat tret baru lapor di atas juphen
Order of the Phoenix:"The increasingly suave comic actor Rupert Grint, who consistently steals every scene he's in, ought to be given a more serious intrigue now that he is so much more than just the silly ginger-headed Ron Weasley. Or is this something else they're saving for later?" ~ by Richard Van Busack, Metroactive"Harry Potter movies is how Radcliffe, Watson and Grint have grown into the roles and advanced as performers. No longer awkward, inexperienced children, they nicely project both the camaraderie of best friends and the gravity of youths forced to mature far too soon." ~ Hindustan Times"...(emotional range is that of a teaspoon. This is actually something Hermione (Emma Watson) accuses her friend Ron Weasley (Rupert Grint) of in the latest movie, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix). Quite unfairly because Rupert by far outplays Daniel in every one of the five Harry Potter movies." ~ by Sabine Schneider, Manawatu Standard"And blimey if Rupert Grint doesn't storm the barricades of boyishness to find something emergent, touching and vital in Ron Weasley." ~ by Peter Travers, Rolling Stone Magazine"Rupert Grint (Ron Weasley) is no longer the clown..." ~ by Érico Borgo, Omelete (a Portuguese site)
Goblet of Fire:"...and boffin-boy Ron (Rupert Grint, who outshines everyone in the movie for comedic timing and all-around charm)" ~ by Gregory Weinkauf, Uber Cine"Fortunately, the whole thing gives us even more reason to appreciate Grint as a performer, as his initial modelling with his mother's newly-procured moldy-old bargain-bin dress robe looks like something Prince's wardrobe would have thrown up before the fall of Cromwell." ~ source unknown"Come to think of it, I'm starting to think that Grint is the real break-out star of this franchise...."First, you know, Rupert Grint really steals the show, doing his usual tics of misery and abject terror, but also layering in a hearty amount of adolescent awkwardness, social confusion, pure cornball antics and even jealousy. He's the finest of the trio this time around." ~ by Gregory of Ubercine.com"But once again Grint, who has grown up to be a talented comic actor, is the scene stealer here. If I had a crystal ball, I’d say he’s the actor whose post-“Potter” future seems most certain." ~ by James Verniere of BostonHerald.com - Welcome“Grint once again demonstrates impeccable comic timing, suffering the embarrassment of a ballroom dancing with Professor McGonagall (Smith)... and the humiliation of frilly secondhand dress robes.” ~ by manchesteronline“Rupert Grint as Ron steals the show in the Yule Ball sequences. Be it his irritation at wearing a lacey dress robe, the time when his face is etched with jealousy when Hermione Granger dances with Viktor Krum, or the look of total indifference mixed with irritation when Padma Patil asks him whether he is going to dance with her or not, he is fabulously natural and naturally comic.” ~ by Lavanya Shanbhoge of Welcome to Rediff.com India“Rupert Grint comes damn close to stealing the movie, though. Grint, like Radcliffe with Potter, IS Ron Weasley. His character is more fun to play, I'm sure, but of the group Grint seems the most natural with the character. I'd be shocked if Grint isn't exactly like Ron in real life, he embodies the character that much.” ~ by Quint of Ain't It Cool News“He [Newell] manages to elicit performances from Radcliffe, Grint and Watson that dig a little deeper than previously. Grint is the best of them, surely a star in the making.” ~ by Derek Malcolm - Evening Standard, posted at This Is London“Grint’s portrayal of the redheaded Ron also belies his age, as he displays an incredible comic timing that eludes many actors three times his age.” ~ by Bill Hugel, The Lantern“And again, Grint's Ron emerges as the most engaging character. Radcliffe's career after Potter is debatable, but Grint, with his incredible comedic instinct and facial command, will without a doubt go on to have a fruitful acting career.” ~ by Jenni Koehler, thedailyutah.com"(The same things could be said for Watson, delightfully warm and vulnerable as Hermione), and Grint, who has never been better or used quite as well, as Ron. More than the other two, Grint comes into his own here in eye-opening ways, for the first time moving away from being just comic relief and into a full-fledged human being with valid insecurities and resentments. There is a richness to these characters, and to many of the supporting ones, that become all the more evident with each film." ~ Dustin's review at TheMovieBoy.com”and the movie clearly belongs to Rupert Grint’s Ron and Brendan Gleeson’s Mad Eye Moody, who steal every scene, making it the funniest Potter movie yet.” ~ by Edward Douglas of ComingSoon.net“It reflects the teenage angst with some of the funniest rib-tickling gags from Harry’s best friend Ron (I would be surprised if Rupert Grint wasn’t born as Ronald Weasley. He’s truly J. K. Rowling’s Ron!)” ~ Published in Mumbai Mirror, India“However, the character that deserves most the credit in this latest installment is Ron Weasley, played by Rupert Grint. Grint is freakin’ Ron Weasley! Everything about Grint, the tone in his voice, his unsure actions, and his opinions of girls, Hermione especially, is like watching a Ron cloned directly out of the books.” ~ taken from CanMag”...and Grint is a naturally funny performer who understands his character's role in providing comic relief.” ~ by Gary Thompson of The Philadelphia Daily News”Likewise, Grint provides his best work in “Goblet.” Having been relegated to just making “the Ron face” — as fans of the series call it — in the last two pictures, Grint’s sidekick finally is able to indulge in a bit of rebellious angst stemming from all the attention heaped on Harry.” ~ by Jon Niccum of LJWorld.com”First off, Rupert Grint is spectacular as Ron, who emerges as the strongest actor and character of the bunch – he carries the weight of the entire story on his thin shoulders, and does it with style. He’s moving out from under Harry’s shadow a bit – or trying to, at least, and yet his obvious affection for both Harry and Hermione (although in different degrees) is charming.” ~ by Brian Buzz Juergens of FreezeDriedMovies.com"I cannot think of anyone else as Ron except for Rupert Grint, who in fact is the best actor out of all the whole bunch as far as the students go. His facial expressions are brilliant. Having had experience in theatre at a young age, he clearly knows to enunciate well." ~ by Dustin Geisler, Smart-Popcorn.com"I was especially impressed by the unvoiced acting by Rupert Grint as Ron – he has it tough as he must show jealousy throughout much of the film without a lot of dialogue." ~ by Cheryl DeWolfe, Apollo Movie Guide"As ever it’s left to Rupert Grint (Ron Weasley) to hold it all together and outshine Daniel Radcliffe delightfully. He’s streaks and miles and eons etc. above the rest in terms of natural talent." ~ by Jessica Fostekew, BlackProjection.com"What surprised me is that Rupert Grint, as Ron, has turned into perhaps the best actor of the three leads. While Emma Watson is mercurial and enthusiastic as Hermione, Grint turns in the most shyly detailed performance and easily walks away with his scenes." ~ by Russ Fischer, C.H.U.D."In the area of acting, this trio seemed to do pretty well. However it was Grint (Ron Weasley), who stole the show, leaving the other actors behind with barely above average acting skills." ~ by Justin Pleiss, Review Express"Rupert Grint again stole a lot of the show as Harry’s sidekick Ron Weasley. His comic bumbling and his inability to cope with the pressures of puberty and teenage life are a constant source of amusement for the audience. There is no doubt Rupert was made for this role and it is almost impossible now to think of Ron without picturing Rupert’s shaggy-haired good-natured countenance." ~ Perth Films