Thursday, July 21, 2011

after all this time?

“When I’m 80 years old and sitting in my rocking chair, I’ll be reading Harry Potter. And my family will say to me, “After all this time?” And I will say, “Always.”
 - Alan Rickman.
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went and saw harry potter by all by myself.

only silently sobbed during snapes flashback.

tore my heart out when he held lily's dead body and harry was in his crib in the background.

the doe/office scene= so great.

sev has my heart foreverrrrrrrrrrrrr and for always.

he may just be my favorite character ever.

nope, this just in: he totally is my favorite character.




things not in the movie i totally wanted to see?
-freds epic death scene
-harry walking into the forest passing all his friends- WITHOUT saying goodbye to everyone.
-more of an epic battle with molly and bellatrix.


sigh. i still loved it though. i also cried when harry was hugging hermione goodbye...and look-hugged ron with his pottery little eyes..

you know the very last scene- where the 3 of them are just standing there, being all majestic and stuff? well, the very dormant actress in my head came out and i could only IMAGINE what they were thinking. the last scene, after 10 years of filming? no more HP, ever!? nuts. :(

i think if jk rowling ever writes a book again..it will suck. and by suck i mean it will be pretty okay i guess...but just because she is the author of harry potter, nothing will ever beat it. so she shouldnt even try.

waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa :(
if you think my random potter posts are over just because the movies are over, you are DEAD WRONG.
i should go to bed.
bye.

nox.

4 comments:

Tami said...

I covertly cried from the point when Snape says to Harry, "You have your mother's eyes," up until like, after Harry wakes up from 'dying.' It was grand.

Christy Marie said...

Saw that quote on pinterest and died. So awesome.

K, so I wanted to text you about this but I got a new phone and don't have your number...annnnd you havent called or texted in years so I have no idea how to contact you.

BUT. I was on a date to go see HP...and during the BEST part where you are finding out the truth about Snape my freaking date leans over to me..."Wait...no way...So, Snape is Harry's Dad!?!?"

Any chance between us was intsantly obliverated.

Jo said...

I looooveeddd it, and I cried too. I usually don't love the movies, but this one was so good.

That One Chick With The Face said...

I (embarrassingly) have to admit that while I am an avid Potter fan, I haven't seen the movie yet!

It did take me two whole days to read the book though, only because I had to stop to sob in fifteen minute intervals.

I feel like the nerdiest twenty-seven-year-old on the block.

p.s. love your blog. :)