I’ve actually been putting off writing this blog post for two reasons: one, I could never write a review that would do this movie justice and two, writing it would be admitting that the last, ever, Harry Potter film has actually been released and that this marks the end of an era in my life and in the lives of fans all over the world.VIEW STORY »
This is it. Harry Potter is coming to an end and it’s going to be a teary day for Potter fans everywhere. After seven books and eight films the Potter phenomenon will be over. Well actually, Potter will never be over, the fans will keep it alive, but it’ll be an end to all the anticipation, all the waiting, the end to all the premieres and signings. Fans can look forward to the opening of Pottermore later this year but for many, tomorrow will mark the end of an era. This film is supposed to be the most spectacular yet as Potter’s story reaches it’s climax. The film has a whopping rating of 97% on Rotten Tomatoes website and I, myself, haven’t seen a critical review yet. If you haven’t already booked your tickets, you’re probably too late to catch the film tomorrow, but make sure you get down to your cinema ASAP to watch the end to this fantastic series, that has gripped the world.
HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATHLY HALLOWS PART 2 HITS CINEMAS IN JUST 3 HOURS. DON’T MISS OUT.
Check out my full film review here.
|Me and my friends at the last Harry Potter Premiere 07.07.11
Yep, after queueing for 48 hours through the burnings suns, the torrential rain, I was fortunate enough to gain a place right at the front of the barriers, in front of the press, at the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 premiere. I saw all the stars and managed to get a total of nine autographs, I was interviewed many times, which was awesomely cool and I witnessed the heartfelt speeches given by the directors, Emma Watson, Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint and of course, J.K. Rowling herself.