Harry Potter 7 pt 2

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Harry Potter 7 pt 2

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Have you already seen it? Are you planning on seeing it?

If you did already, you contributed towards the $126 million the film has made in fewer than 24 hours.

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07/15/2011
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Originally posted by potstickers
Have you already seen it? Are you planning on seeing it?

If you did already, you contributed towards the $126 million the film has made in fewer than 24 hours.

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Haven't seen it yet, but want to! I can't wait till it comes out on DVD
07/16/2011
Ansley Ansley
That woman has enough money, I'm not contributing. I've been disappointed with the films since the very beginning. Someone had to buy the last three books for me because I refused to do it myself. LOL Why yes, yes I am jealous!
07/16/2011
Acorn Acorn
I'll be seeing it on Monday!
07/16/2011
married with children married with children
I have seen the first 3, and did not care too much about them. So I will not be seeing the new one anytime soon.
07/16/2011
ThoughtsAblaze ThoughtsAblaze
I saw it at the midnight release, and it was great! I didn't like the movies early on because I was watching them so soon after reading the books (thus, making me pissed when the movies weren't exactly like the novels). Now, it's been 4 years since I read the HPatDH, and I'm far enough removed to really get invested in the movies again. My best friend and I went through a pack of tissues; it was bittersweet! Now to plan a trip to the amusement park.
07/16/2011
alliegator alliegator
Planning to go tomorrow. Seem odd that the series is finally done. I can't imagine what is would feel like for all the principal cast. Some of the actors literally grew up in these films.
07/16/2011
slynch slynch
I plan on seeing it in a couple of weeks.
07/17/2011
GravyCakes GravyCakes
love, love, LOVE the books. hated the movies. stopped watching them after about the 3rd. but i do love me some tom felton & emma watson. there r days where i wish i could do him & be her.
07/17/2011
meitman meitman
Would love to see it but not sure I'll make it to theaters. May have to wait for the dvd. I plan on reading the books for the first time after I watch all the movies so I wont be disappointed by the differences. I'm thinking the books will probably be a lot better just because they will have more details/background story.
07/17/2011
Jul!a Jul!a
I want to see it, but I'll probably wait til I can see it for less than what a movie theatre trip costs. I also haven't seen the first part. I have a habit of avoiding part 1 until part 2 comes out when I can because I hate getting into the first part only to have to wait a year and a half for the second part.
07/18/2011
El-Jaro El-Jaro
I took myself out on a date Friday to see it in 3D.

The movie itself was better than I thought it would be. I learned a valuable lesson too: Don't see 3D movies if you wear glasses. It was great in 3D, but too blurry!
07/18/2011
alliegator alliegator
Saw it and was happy with most of it. I loved all the Snape parts. I think Alan Rickman did an awesome job with the pensieve memories. I did get all mad about Harry's eyes not being green though. I thought I was over it after the second movie, but all the talk about him having Lily's eyes reminded me of what a simple but basic element they ignored. Also, I thought the casting for Harry's dad was horrible. In no way would I see him and think "that there is James Potter, obviously".
07/20/2011
Valentinka Valentinka
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Originally posted by alliegator
Saw it and was happy with most of it. I loved all the Snape parts. I think Alan Rickman did an awesome job with the pensieve memories. I did get all mad about Harry's eyes not being green though. I thought I was over it after the second movie, ...
I absolutely agree on the eyes issue here! ) Also little Lily had some sort of dark eyes, did you notice?..

But overall the movie is awesome
07/24/2011
PassionQT PassionQT
We saw it last weekend and liked it. It made me love Snape even more. Afterwards I felt like I was in mourning. Now we want to plan a trip to Universal in Orlando too see the Harry Potter stuff.
07/24/2011
missdizzy missdizzy
Absolutely ADORED it. Neville was so BAMF.
07/24/2011
Ansley Ansley
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Originally posted by missdizzy
Absolutely ADORED it. Neville was so BAMF.
Nelville was the onomotopoeia of a transporting blue mutant?
07/24/2011
Pururin Pururin
I went to the midnight opening. I have for most of the movies, but I couldn't miss this one! Out of all of the films, this one was is easily the best, even if I don't completely agree with some of the changes they made.
07/25/2011
Errant Venture Errant Venture
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Originally posted by alliegator
Saw it and was happy with most of it. I loved all the Snape parts. I think Alan Rickman did an awesome job with the pensieve memories. I did get all mad about Harry's eyes not being green though. I thought I was over it after the second movie, ...
I think that was mainly because, at the time, James was only seen in little photos, and so not much was done in the way of casting. And they couldn't change the guy so late in. But I agree with you about the eyes. It would only have taken a small amount of tinting in FX.

Just saw the film last night. It was pretty good. Though I do lament that there was no 'none shall pass' moment.
07/26/2011
lexical lexical
I saw it the other night...I was sort of disappointed. I expected to be far more emotional. This was the end of an era for me! I read the books since they first came out. When I read the first one, Harry and I were the same age! And for a few years, she had a book coming out each year, so we sort of grew up together

Honestly, though...I thought the movie was far too focused on wild fight scenes and special effects. I wanted more feeling...
07/27/2011
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