Harry Potter beats Twilight. Of course. But I really don't like it when HP fans use opinion-ated "facts" when saying WHY Harry Potter is the better movie series. So, I, who am a major Potterhead, put together 7 true, solid, hard, and undeniable facts about certain aspects of the two movie series to prove why Harry Potter is the ultimate series.
**I will only be discussing the movies**

1) Soundtrack

Listen to this wonderful and memorable theme song. As toi may have guessed, the theme song belogs to Harry Potter : link

Now listen to this: link
It's pretty, but it doesn't find a special place in your cœur, coeur like HP's does. (BTW, this isn't one of my 7 facts, but finding just this lilnk took me about 30 min. Doesn't that prove that the majority of audiences prefer HP better, since I found the HP theme song in about... let's see... 2 seconds?)

2) Casting

Alan Rickman as Severus Snape
Helena Bonham Carter as Bellatrix Lestrange.
Maggie Smith as Minerva McGonagall.
Daniel Radcliffe as Harry Potter
Emma Watson as Hermione Granger
Rupert Grint as Ronald Weasley
Gary Oldman as Sirius Black

The actors mentioned above are all in Harry Potter, and are all one of the haut, retour au début 30 actors in THE WORLD. Kristen Stewart, Rob Pattinson, and Jacob Black, who are three most important actors in the Twilight movie series. are wayyyy off the list. The actors in Twilight... well, let's just say that the jouer la comédie is a bit stale.

3) Visual Effects
Please, people, have toi SEEN the visual effects in HP?
HP's visual effects: link
Harry Potter's visual effects are wonderful; filled with action, realistic details, and fantastic elements that Twilight could never achieve.
Twilight's visual effects: They are SO bad, I couldn't even find a link on YouTube. Sure, there were thousands of vidéos titled "Worst Visual Effects in Twilight" but not a single one complimenting Twilight's visual effects.

4) Storyline

Harry Potter's plot is about a wizard who goes through may dramatic and unforgettable (not necessarily in a good way) adventures, which all lead up to the point where he finds out that he must be the one to kill the Darkest wizard of all time.

Twilight's plot is about a girl who has divisé, split feeling about who she loves. She tries not to get killed. Then she has a kid with one of those guys. Then they try not to get killed again. The end.

But I have to say, both are very original, but Harry Potter's storyline is much plus timeless and appeals to a wider range of audience.

5) Awards/Nominations

Harry Potter & the Sorcerer's Stone:
--Best Art Direction
--Best Costume Design
--Best musique Original Score
Harry Potter & the Prisoner of Azkaban:
--Best musique Original Score
--Best Visual Effects
Harry Potter & the Goblet of Fire:
--Best Art Direction
Harry Potter & the Half-Blood Prince:
--Best Cinematography

Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse, and the Breaking Dawn films have so far not been nominated for any Academy Awards.

6) Pacing
I feel like Twilight spits out new films every other day. I mean, give the audience time to build up anticipation, and just slow down a bit, like Harry Potter did.
These are Harry Potter's release dates:
November 16, 2001
November 15, 2002
June 4, 2004
November 18, 2005
July 11, 2007
July 15, 2009
November 19, 2010
July 15, 2011
These are Twilight's release dates:
November 21, 2008
November 20, 2009
June 30, 2010
November 18, 2011
November 16, 2012

See what I mean?

7) Critical Acclaim

These are what critics say about the two movie series...
50% Fresh- Rotten Tomatoes
5.7 out of 10- IMDb
2.5 stars- Roger Ebert
27% Fresh- Rotten Tomatoes
4.6 out of 10- IMDb
1 star- Roger Ebert
54% Fresh- Rotten Tomatoes
4.7 out of 10- IMDb
2 stars- Roger Ebert
24% Fresh- Rotten Tomatoes
4.8 out of 10- IMDb
2.5 stars- Roger Ebert
48% Fresh- Rotten Tomatoes
5.8 out of 10- IMDb
2.5 stars- Roger Ebert

As toi can see, the critics don't think too highly for the Twilight series. However, for the Harry Potter series...
78% Fresh- Rotten Tomatoes
7.2 out of 10- IMDb
4 stars- Roger Ebert
82% Fresh- Rotten Tomatoes
7.2 out of 10- IMDb
4 stars- Roger Ebert
89% Fresh- Rotten Tomatoes
7.7 out of 10- IMDb
3.5 stars- Roger Ebert
77% Fresh- Rotten Tomatoes
7. 4 out of 10- IMDb
3.5 stars- Roger Ebert
77% Fresh- Rotten Tomatoes
7.4 out of 10- IMDb
3.5 stars- Roger Ebert
83% Fresh- Rotten Tomatoes
7.3 out of 10- IMDb
3 stars- Roger Ebert
79% Fresh- Rotten Tomatoes
7.6 out of 10- IMDb
3 stars- Roger Ebert
96% Fresh- Rotten Tomatoes
8.1 out of 10- IMDb
3.5 stars- Roger Ebert
See? Even though Twilight is populaire amongst its fans, the pros are not so impressed. I mean HP 7 P2 even got a rare 96% and a rare 8.1 rating!! That's amazing.

In Conclusion. Many Twilighters argue that Twilight has had a bigger box office sucess, but that's not true. The least ticket-selling HP movie (#3) earned plus money than the best selling Twilight movie (#4part2). Besides, numbers aren't everything. They don't make the film better. It just proves that Twilight has plus fan girls. Which also doesn't improve the film's global, ensemble quality. Some argue that RobPattz is hotter than Daniel Radcliffe. Well, first of all, that has nothing to do with the MOVIE, and second, him being attractive doesn't help the film either. Please feel free to leave your opinions in the commentaires below, but please no hating comments. It's mean, hurtful, and silly. Thanks for reading.