Due to my family being sick we couldn’t manage to watch the movie by now but certainly you have.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

From the remarks on twitter and some reviews it seems to be a much more mature movie. Not a simple adventure like the others, but rather a deeper character study.

Looking forward to enjoy it, accompanied by my Kymera Wand which keeps me safe in this muggle world of techo-mages.

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We will draw the winner Dec. 6th
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We have a Winner: Sam (comment #54) won the Kymera Magic Wand. Congratulations.

Thank you everyone for your participation, I was blown away by this awesome response. And thanks so much for all the good wishes.

You can still participate in our monthly Kandela Giveaway.

Thanks so much. Wishing you a magical, white Christmas Time.

Cheers

Michael

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88 comments so far

Leila
 1 

Loved it!! The cinema was packed when I went and everyone was bubbling with excitement beforehand. We were all generously rewarded! The film was BRILLIANT! And scarier than I thought it would be – there were even a few moments when I had to cover my eyes with my hands! And it did nothing to cure my phobia of snakes. There were some very poignant moments, like the scene where Harry goes to visit his mother & father’s grave, as well as some lighthearted touches (self-filling champagne flutes). Visually, the film is stunning and the attention to detail is amazing. Can’t wait until July for part II!

November 20th, 2010 at 2:07 am
Catherine Smulders
 2 

I absolutely loved the new Harry Potter movie, I found it very entertaining. The cast has really come a long way since the Philosophers Stone, and I have enjoyed seeing the trio grow throughout the years. I think the Deathly Hallows is my favourite movie so far they really are going all out with the final book. There were many funny moments in this movie, but there were also a lot of suspenseful and sad moments too, I got teary eyed many times during the movie from Hermione erasing her parents memories right up to when Dobby dies. I cannot wait to see the second installment of the movie because without a doubt it’s going to be just as good as or better than the first.

November 20th, 2010 at 5:33 am
wizardinventor
 3 

Just got home from seeing the film and it is well worth the wait! There is so much in it, it is hard to say exactly what is so great about it. The atmosphere, acting, music, and so much more just seemed to come together to make a great film. It defenitelys stands apart from the others, but in a very good way.

Hope you get to see the film soon and that your family gets better. :)

November 20th, 2010 at 5:54 am
Val Kalinic
 4 

I just saw the movie!
It really is great; I could say it is best of all the HP movies! Even to me and I’m just a muggle. And the end is near.
I really think that the Kymera Wand is a great accessory to all lovers of the HP movies!
So, the movie truly is great and worth seeing. Go see it

November 20th, 2010 at 10:55 am
Choctawgh
 5 

I saw the movie last night with three teenagers, and I’m really glad that we didn’t take the younger kids. It IS much more mature than some of the earlier ones, but excellent nonetheless. I enjoyed it, and I look forward to seeing how they do the rest of the story.

Sorry to hear that you’re all sick, and I hope you all feel better soon!

November 20th, 2010 at 1:04 pm
Ian
 6 

Big fan of the book and am seeing the movie this afternoon. I wonder how the 7th movie is going to compare to the book, given what the 6th movie left out.

November 20th, 2010 at 7:00 pm
Omarrp
 7 

Hi! I’m a big fan of Harry Potter from Spain! I watched the movie yesterday and I loved it!! I think it’s the best movie! I’m so excited for watch the second part in July, because this is the bes adaptation from the book, and everything was done like a present for all the fans.

November 21st, 2010 at 1:56 am
Emily
 8 

I haven’t seen the seventh movie yet (I’m away at school, I’m seeing it this Wednesday), but I absolutely loved the seventh book. The seventh book showed everything in a different light. Harry, Ron, and Hermione weren’t at school anymore and having them roaming around on a life-threatening adventure forced them to grow up, whether they were ready or not, and even though situations with Voldemort had been going on for the past few years, the seventh seemed more serious, like everyone knew something big was happening, and it seemed more real.
Also I loved the idea of the Deathly Hallows, and even the design of the symbol, which was both simplistic and complex at the same time.
I’m really glad they chose to split the movie into two. Everything would have been too jam-packed if they tried to fit it into one movie, and this way the series can go out with a bang by making the seventh book into the movies ever.

November 21st, 2010 at 3:10 am
AJ
 9 

This movie contained every aspect the films should have achieved; Love, death, Violence, War, Suspense, Humour, Everything!
The movie in comparison to the book has slight differences in imagery that imagined, yet still contained its intent, it contained the slight hint of what is about to happen in the next part of the movie, this was just the taster, Harry potter has been revolutionized.
More blood, more shocking violence, more straight to the point.. this is what the last 10 years of harry potter movies have been leading up to, This movie and the next, is where it begins, and where it ends.
Now, Wands at the ready…
STUPIFY!

November 21st, 2010 at 5:29 am
Alex
 10 

It was a fun film experience!

November 21st, 2010 at 10:22 pm
Joeybobby
 11 

i really like the 7th book but dumbledore shoould be in it (sniff)

November 22nd, 2010 at 1:27 am
Kalon Hodges
 12 

Well I Guess The World MAGICAL Sums Up The Film It Was Definetly The Film Of The Year So Worth The Wait I Can Watch It Over And Over Again And Its Good That The Film Has Inspired Me To Hope To Get A Kymera Wand And Your Inspiring Me To Magic , I Hope I Recieve A Wand
Thumbs Up-Harry Potter
Thumbs Up-Kymera Wands

November 23rd, 2010 at 12:28 am
Lexi
 13 

This movie made me cry… THREE TIMES!! I went with my mother and two friends, one of which was from Scotland! That made the experience more magical; I love her accent. Overall, I thought the movie was spectacular! The acting was phenomenal and the characters’ emotions really hit home. The theater was completely full but we waited in line for 4 hours so we had perfect seats. I cannot wait for the final installment of the Harry Potter movies. I’m pretty sure I will cry my eyes out when its over.

I hope your family gets well soon!

WE ARE THE HARRY POTTER GENERATION!!!!

November 23rd, 2010 at 5:37 am
Kristen
 14 

I LOVED the movie! It was definitely the best by far. There were lots of little humorous moments that broke up the darkness in this film. Ron is amazing in this one, and the tension between him and Hermione is crazy. I plan on going back at least two more times to see this.

November 23rd, 2010 at 7:24 am
Lizette
 15 

I have read Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows book, by heart. I have read it more than 7 times! and because of that I was too thrilled before the movie came out, which resulted to too much expectations! I watched the movie on the first day and I swear to God i was shaking when the movie started. However the movie, as usual, didn’t make me pee in my pants! I would have loved to see Kreacher’s recollection of the story of taking the hocrux, Lupin and Harry’s heated argument, Harry and Dudley’s dramatic goodbye – but wasn’t there. But still, the movie didn’t fail to excite the world, and yes I was still shaking when the movie ended, but not like the other people, I didn’t clap my hands! =) Oh well, It could have been worse, so for me, The movie is Acceptable to Exceed Expectation (OWL’s standard) as somehow, it was much much better than the HBP Movie. I am reading the book again right now and gonna watch the movie again this Saturday! =)

November 23rd, 2010 at 5:05 pm
Anna
 16 

The film was amazing!! Some of the changes from the book I liked, others I didn’t, but overall I loved it! I’ll be seeing it again as soon as I can!!

November 24th, 2010 at 1:55 pm
Theresa
 17 

I loved it!! I have loved the books for the last few years and the movies have always been my favorite. This one..words cannot even describe how HUGE it is! I can’t wait until the final movie and see how much better it gets.

I still can’t believe how much humour was in this movie though. More than the others perhaps.

November 25th, 2010 at 5:35 am
Geline
 18 

I was pleasantly surprised by the movie! I was expecting something similar to the past ones – a bit deeper maybe but still very commercial. Like the actors, however, the movie has now matured more and have shed all the quick-paced, heart-pumping scenes. What’s left is a bit of depth and emotion that’s needed to start the 1st part of the 7th book. Needless to say, I was pretty magic-”high” by the end of the movie.
I saw an article about the wand company on the plane magazine on my way back from London (where I saw the movie) and immediately wanted to get one. I’d feel extremely bad-ass even if I’m simply watching the telly – how awesome would that be?

November 25th, 2010 at 2:27 pm
Maria
 19 

O, children… you’re going to love this one, I promise! ;)

Seen it twice by now, and it’s definitely NOT for unaccompanied kids (or ophiophobes) – I’ll never look at gummy snakes the same way again! lol
The story is probably the best adaptation since the first movie (I’m guessing some of the omitted scenes will be addressed in Part 2, though), and the acting was… SUPERB. The Trio really blew me away – especially Emma, who’s come a long way since HBP – and the veterans owned the screen whenever they appeared.
All of your favourite scenes are there, and there are definitely some Kleenex-worthy moments (whether for your eyes or forehead is irrelevant at this point), so make sure you leave enough time for follow-up gushing/blubbering after the show; you’re going to need it. ;)
Easily my favourite of the seven. And seeing as I’m one of those nit-picking types… that’s saying an awful lot.

November 25th, 2010 at 3:31 pm
Erika
 20 

An awesome movie, I cried within 3 minutes of it starting, and ended the movie in tears too – awfully well put together, and cracking from start to end!

November 25th, 2010 at 6:35 pm
Adam
 21 

The movie was so closely attached to the book it was great. I saw the midnight premier and am going to see it again this weekend.

November 25th, 2010 at 11:33 pm
Kelci
 22 

I loved the fact that this movie kept mostly to the pace and feel of the books, and stayed mostly true to the plot. Despite the deviations from canon, I enjoyed the little things between Hermione and Harry the most, just because of how wonderful their friendship has always been, and how much I wanted them to get together as I read the books. There were just so many sweet moments shared between them, I couldn’t help but be happy!
It was a tearjerker, despite my joy at the moments between my favorite characters, I cried quite a lot. The scene with Bella and Hermione at the end was incredibly well done, and I was crying by the end of it. It was fantastic, worth seeing at least three or four times, IMO. :)

November 26th, 2010 at 10:12 am
Bonnie Raymond
 23 

I’ve read and enjoyed all the Harry Potter books many times. I’m looking forward to seeing the new movie soon.

November 27th, 2010 at 12:11 am
Kristen
 24 

I absolutely loved the movie! I went to the midnight premier with some friends and we had so much fun!

November 27th, 2010 at 2:00 am
Thomas Baxter
 25 

I have seen the movie and I’ll tell you now…. It ends on a horrible cliffhanger. They better realease the dvd of part 1 before part 2 becuase then you could watch part 1 then go to the cinema and see part 2. I’ve read part of the book and the film mises out (and adds) Small details. Only a experienced potter fan would see them all. By the end it was time to cry but for those who have not watched the film I won’t tell. The people who have seen the film continue. It was so sad when ***** died I mean unlucky. I wish could of watched it 5 times or more at the least. For those who have read the books but not seen the film because ‘It leaves stuff out’ You want to know what I imagine when I read harry potter… THE FILM. I can’t believe how close it is to the books but hey that’s according to my twin. I can’t wait for the new one to come but NEWSFLASH FOR ALL POTTER FANS J.K Rowling has hinted at making a new book. I imagine it will go like this ‘Well since all the bad guys died we have nothing to do. We have some cake… you want some cake? NO don’t go it’s too boring here to be alone. They left. :( They’ll be back. *Eats cake* Nom nom nom nom. OH NO THE POISONED CAKE FROM SNAPE *DIES*’ But thats just me. Any way to those to all the people yet to see please enjoy and to the staff who made the film Good luck and the creator of the wireless (And button less) wand well done for making it past dragons den with the biggest investment of 56 episodes.

November 27th, 2010 at 10:25 am
Brooke
 26 

I loved the movie. We went to the midnight showing on opening night. It was packed. There were kids waiting outside (with their wands) for about 4 hours before the doors opened. I cried at the first few scenes and again toward the end of the movie. I loved the scenes between Harry and Hermione! The darker scenes were amazingly scary for a Harry Potter film. It does not seem like this movie lasted 2.5 hours. There was so much going on the entire time you have to see it at least 3 times to really pick up on all the little details.

November 27th, 2010 at 10:43 pm
Jenny
 27 

I thought the movie was just about everything I could have ever hoped for. The only thing missing from the movie that honestly bothered me was that they never showed Harry and Dudley “becoming friends” at the beginning. Otherwise, the movie stayed VERY true to the book and was very entertaining otherwise.

November 28th, 2010 at 1:42 am
Josh
 28 

I love that this movie didnt leave out alot of other things that was in the books like in the other movies. It kept a great pace and wasnt action all the time. I also loved the new graphics they added in the new movie. The makeout scene was a little weird but it was still the best movie of the year so far!!!!

November 28th, 2010 at 6:28 am
Gigi
 29 

Have not seen the movie yet, have a 9 year old who has just gotten interested in reading and chose HP because “those books give you lots of points at school mom”….
Of course NOW she is asking Santa for a “Magic Wand” for Christmas, I think she thinks she can use it to get her room cleaned up!!

November 28th, 2010 at 7:00 am
Max
 30 

The new Harry Potter movie was the most accurate to date, however it did lack a tad. The development between Harry and Ginny was overlooked far too much, and the focus on Ron and Hermione a bit more obvious than I’m sure some fans would have liked. All in all, they missed two points (in my opinion) that irritated me, those being the skipping of the Dursley’s farewell, and Dean the half-blood. Other than that, everything was very nicely done, and while not particularly chronological in a few places, it was still as close to a perfect adaptation as The Lord of The Rings. The film really made me cry something fierce, and even after I had seen it once before I balled both when Hedwig and when Dobby were killed. The second part – hopefully being prolonged in the battles – is only going to be the last third of the book, so I’m sure it will be accurate beyond all compare. The acting is very superb, especially on Bellatrix and Hermione’s parts during the torture scene. You can tell how much Helena Carter learned from Johnny Depp. All in all the movie was, I dare say, cinema gold. Seeing it a third time cemented this fact.

November 28th, 2010 at 8:24 am
Gianina
 31 

I skipped my way to the theater clutching my Gryffindor scarf to see the latest movie. The seventh book allowed me to appreciate and love the Potter series on a whole new level, so to say the least, I was giddy excited to see it on the silver screen. That maroon and gold scarf came in handy as I clenched it through all the fantastic, dark tension and used it to wipe my tears every time the film took a heart wrenching step. I loved it! I can’t wait for the second half! My poor scarf can probably wait.

November 29th, 2010 at 6:38 am
Tom
 32 

Best movie of them all, i really enjoyed watching it in the theater. although they can’t make a movie with all the details of the book, the really astonished me with the movie. Most touching part was the part where Doby died, will miss that elf :( . But i can’t wait till 15 july 2011 to watch the ending, hope they made it beautifull. (i’m sure they did ;p) ^^

November 29th, 2010 at 6:49 pm
Brittany S.
 33 

The movie was great as always, but I had a few comments. First off, the movie went kind of quickly, so my friends who didn’t read the books didn’t really understand what was happening. Also, I felt a few scenes were rushed a bit. The acting was wonderful and the movie was very emotional (as the book was) and I cried three times the first time I saw it! There were a few tweaks to the movie which I wasn’t a fan of, but overall it was amazing!!

November 29th, 2010 at 10:11 pm
Draco Abraxas
 34 

I loved the film so much I saw it twice within three days. It was so exciting to see how the actors have grown, and the story was beautifully told. The scene when Harry and Hermione danced was my favorite, because I could see the whole growth of their friendship and exactly why she stuck with him through everything. Well done, well acted, and it was nice to finally see the inside of my namesake’s house!

I hope to win, but mostly thanks so much for a really exciting contest. The wand is a genius product.

December 1st, 2010 at 6:49 am
Carmen
 35 

I absolutely loved it! It was amazing. I love the moments between Harry and Hermione. It really shows how deep their friendship is and what it means to them. ^_^ I cried at the end though! RIP to those who died. ;_; Oh, and I loved the scene with Bellatrix and Hermione. So well done! And her screams. Zomg, who knew Emma could scream like that!?

December 1st, 2010 at 7:01 am
admin
 36 

Sorry for the delay, but now the whole Family is sick with fever and a cold. Not a nice time.

Cheers

Michael

December 1st, 2010 at 6:13 pm
Nat
 37 

Absolutely adored the movie! After such a long wait, it was hard to believe I was finally going to be able to watch it. Small details were left out, but I didn’t mind. I started bawling at the end, poor Dobby, a free elf. Once the movie was over people started yelling “Are you kidding me? We have to wait 8 months to see the end?!?!” Haha but overall it was a great experience.

December 1st, 2010 at 10:52 pm
Catalina
 38 

In my opinion, it was the best movie so far. The acting was outstanding; I’m really proud to see how far Emma, Rupert, and Dan had come. Props to Ralph Fiennes and Helena Boham Carter for being so deliciously evil. Can’t wait until part 2. ACCIO JULY!

December 1st, 2010 at 10:55 pm
 39 

This may be one of the best Harry Potter films! I loved it! I watched it twice already, once on Thanksgiving day. First on the Friday it came out, wearing a robe and carrying a willow and unicorn tail hair wand, otherwise called a dowel and watercolor. My favorite part is where Hermione, Harry, and Ron are in the court room, and take the locket. I cannot believe the suspense there is waiting for the next movie! July 15th is too far way! I defiantly want to give this wand to my even more Harry Potter obsessed sister for Christmas.

December 1st, 2010 at 11:50 pm
Børge
 40 

I watched the film the other day, and I was impressed. It’s definitivly darker than the former films, and it’s certainly got a more adult-look compared to the first films. I like how they’ve split the last book into two videos so that we can see more of what happened in the book, and therefore get a clearer view from the film. Love it:)

December 2nd, 2010 at 12:24 pm
nev
 41 

Excellent book and movie… Loved it!

December 2nd, 2010 at 4:28 pm
Grymmditch
 42 

Sorry to hear about everyone in your family being sick! I guess, if you look on the bright side, you’re all getting it done and over with at once, instead of having it slowly cascade through the family one at a time, though.
No doubt you’ll all be well long before the theatre run ends, so you have that to look forward to as well.

This HP film was a horse of a different color; the cinematography was gorgeous, the acting superb, and even though there’s not a single scene of Hogwarts, it was easily one of the best films. I wish the last two were nearly this good.

I took my 9 yr old son with me to see it, and to my surprise even he said this was one of the best HP films yet -which, as considering it seems a bit more mature than the others, is saying something, coming from a 9 yr old!
You’ll love it.

December 2nd, 2010 at 8:59 pm
Connie Tompkins
 43 

My son and I went to see the movie last weekend after the rush. Was NOT disappointed at all. The one part that made me squirm and I had tears stinging my eyes was when Hermione was being tortured. Seriously great job by Emma Watson. All the actors have matured admirably. Then there are my favorites, Alan Rickman and Jason Isaacs, superb. Thank you for a great contest. Good luck to all.

December 2nd, 2010 at 9:30 pm
Shannon Dickerson
 44 

Love, love, love this movie. Wanted to see it in 3 D, but couldn’t wait that long! The next one cant come out soon enough

December 3rd, 2010 at 3:28 am
Aja Goare
 45 

The movie was fantastic! Met up halfway with a long time/ long distance friend for a night of reminiscing and Harry Potter adoring :) The movie did a great job of capturing the book- Go see it!

December 3rd, 2010 at 4:32 am
James Thomas
 46 

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 is certainly the best and darkest HP movie yet, it gives me great hope for a an absolutely amazing climax in a few months time which is comforting after finding the previous movie, Half Blood Prince below average in many ways. This time round they have stayed a lot truer to the book but also managed to make it seem even more exciting, go and see it and dont forget your wand!

December 4th, 2010 at 12:31 am
Susan
 47 

I love Harry Potter and this new movie was no exception. I took my daughter for the midnight showing and we both absolutely loved it (I teared up at certain parts). The book and the movie are both wonderfully written, and I reccomend you see it!

December 4th, 2010 at 12:53 am
Jenn
 48 

I had such high expectations for this movie, I was worried I’d be disappointed. Turns out, it was even better than I expected!! My favorite scene was when Ron destroyed the Horcrux. It was his moment of redemption, and Rupert acted it out beautifully. The movie was even scarier than I thought, representing the obvious change the movies have undergone as the characters had matured. All the deaths and threats of danger further established that nowhere was safe and that our 3 heroes are truly on their own. Because I enjoyed this movie so much, I have no doubt that I will love part 2 as well!

December 4th, 2010 at 2:33 am
Daniel Cariveau
 49 

I loved the movie, but the sixth and seventh books, are better than the movie, I’m so ready for the second part.

December 4th, 2010 at 6:42 am
Rosamund Cathaway
 50 

The Deathly Hallows was most definitely my favourite book, so I had high hope for the film. And I have to say, it surpassed my expectations! The acting from the trio was a huge improvement and areas where the story dragged out in the book was shortened in the book. Watch out for the scenes in the ministry, it is brilliant acting- Well worth watching!

December 4th, 2010 at 1:32 pm
Bianca
 51 

I think the movie was great! I’ve always found things to nitpick about the movies, but I think this one was perfect, except that I’d much rather sit in the cinema for 5 hours and have the whole lot in one part! The special effects were great and it was all very well filmed and acted. It doesn’t even compare to the first movie, it’s almost ridiculous how the series has changed from book one to book 7.

December 4th, 2010 at 3:20 pm
Daniel
 52 

The seventh movie was the best Harry Potter movie yet. You can really feel the apocalyptic feeling, the end of an era, the end of the world and the end of a very good story. Much more darker then the precedent movie it gives the audience what it wants. Watching it, time flies by, just wanting you to see the next movie. It ends with a real cliffhanger and, of course, a wand.

December 4th, 2010 at 5:37 pm
Kathleen
 53 

The movie was really intense! I still like the book way more than I liked the movie but still, I was not disappointed.

December 5th, 2010 at 2:59 am
Sam
 54 

I love Harry Potter, it truly is magical and whats amazing about it is it allows you to escape, to leave life behind and immerge yourself into a magical kingdom where anything is possible and everything is beautiful.

Absolute escapism, Truly a great gift to children and adults.

The best part is when you think back through the previous films/books you feel like you have lived in the story with the characters, you watched them grow and evolve and you feel part of it. That is magic.

December 5th, 2010 at 7:47 am
glassmoon
 55 

haven’t seen any of the movies yet…loved thh books! i’ve heard they are good…going to have a Harry Potter marathon over Christmas break!

December 6th, 2010 at 1:37 am
Mark
 56 

Loved the move!!!!! can’t wait for part two!!!

December 6th, 2010 at 5:19 am
Juan
 57 

The movie was Great! And they ended it at an appropriate place! WAND PLEASE!

December 6th, 2010 at 9:14 am
julie dolan
 58 

Love it! and a wand to play Harry with at home would be just divine!

December 6th, 2010 at 7:33 pm
Benjy Cohen
 59 

SO FRICKEN AWESOME! I went in constume with my friends because we HAD to and I used merely a stick as opposed to a Kymera wand, but the film was sooo good, cried when (SPOILER ALERT BUT IF YOU HAVEN’T READ THE BOOk BY NOW WHO CARES!) Dobby died. The acting was awesome and the directing was brilliant, it was pretty much exactly how I imgined it! SO AWESOME!….need part two..now?

December 6th, 2010 at 10:42 pm
Kierra Kallunki
 60 

What is the only way to watch the best Harry Potter film yet? IMAX on opening night at 12:00 a.m. with your best friend who has also been a fan since the very beginning. A two hour drive both ways, getting to sleep at five, and having to get up for school the next day couldn’t have stopped us from going. I remember both of us hoping and wishing that when we turned eleven we would get a letter just like Hermione or Harry. We have watched every movie together and she has her wand and I was looking for the perfect one and this one is definately it! I loved this book and I loved the movie. I CAN NOT wait for the second part!!!

December 7th, 2010 at 5:28 am
admin
 61 

We have a Winner: Sam (comment #54) won the Kymera Magic Wand. Congratulations.

Thank you everyone for your participation, I was blown away from this awesome response. And thanks so much for all the good wishes (although we’re not better yet).

You can still participate in our monthly Kandela Giveaway (http://bit.ly/win-kandela).

Thanks so much. Wishing you a magical, white Christmas Time.

Cheers

Michael

December 7th, 2010 at 2:15 pm
Sigmund Kerns
 62 

I’m disabled from some strokes & related cardiac complications, & must be on oxygen 24/7, so I’m unable to go to a cinema. However, I’ve read everything, including The Deathly Hallows, at least a score of times. I’ve even diverted myself scribbling several Potter-related “spin-off stories!”
(I’ve explored the “History of the Nargles,” for fun; and even penned a tale based on a line from The Prisoner of Azkiban movie which strongly suggests one of the main characters is secretly a werewolf!)
[When one's Universe is constrained, it's pleasant to even briefly enter a Universe where Magic could overcome physical restrictions.]
Thanks to the exceptionally wise decision to divvy-up the Deathly Hallows climax into two blockbuster movies, I’ve major reasons to hang around ’till both come out on DVD: No matter what, I WILL watch both halves of The Deathly Hallows, back-to-back!

December 7th, 2010 at 2:58 pm
admin
 63 

It seems you don’t need an author to create magical worlds for you, you can pretty much help yourself there. If you like to publish one of your stories here. I’d be happy to do that.

Happy Christmas Time

Michael

December 7th, 2010 at 6:44 pm
Rhiannon
 64 

I thought the film was great!! It is one of my favourite films ever!!! xx

Merry Christmas

Rhiannon xx

December 8th, 2010 at 10:59 pm
 65 

i loved it the director did a great job portraying the book it was my favorite movie it also had great special affects

December 9th, 2010 at 9:09 pm
bry ferns
 66 

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December 26th, 2010 at 1:09 am
Katy
 67 

I loved both the book and the movie I think even though the 7th book is the worst the first half of the 7th movie I wonderful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!’

December 30th, 2010 at 3:21 am
noa
 68 

the bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeesssssssssssttttttttttt. its the best movie i ever seen!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

January 13th, 2011 at 12:51 am
Nathan
 69 

Enjoyed the movie, but it proved what I suspected: the lack of characters introduced in earlier movies (like the werewolves) were just kind of flung into the movie with no explanation. While I’ve read the books it’s not that big of a deal, but for people that may not have read the books I could see how they would be confused. Now send me my wand! :)

January 28th, 2011 at 5:45 am
ANDY
 70 

harrry potter is the greatest movie ever noow give me the wand biatch

April 24th, 2011 at 3:51 pm
Evan Kellough
 71 

I loved the movie but it seemed confusing if you didn’t read the book, I am the only one in my family who really followed it. Another thing is I don’t get how Death Eaters can fly in a black wisp of smoke. They did it in HBP and the order of the Phoenix but in the seventh book at the ambush apparently they can’t fly and only Voldemort can but you see the death eaters flying during the rest of the movie. Totally gonna dress up for part two! I even made my own wand!

May 18th, 2011 at 1:53 pm
Handy Altan
 72 

I live in Indonesia but unfortunately the movie is not released here so I fly all the way to Singapore to watch this and IT WAS WORTH IT !!!

July 9th, 2011 at 12:12 pm
Cheyenne
 73 

The movie was breath taking I enjoyed every second of it. The seventh book though was way better than the movie. So much detail and so many emotions. I was crying by the end of both though.

July 13th, 2011 at 3:00 am
Lorah
 74 

Looked at your website because I was interested in investing in your company. However was shocked to see your website has not been updated for sometime.

July 25th, 2011 at 9:30 pm
Matthew Fairbairn
 75 

I LOVED the movie it was the best i relly CAN’T WAIT to get the dvd for part 2. : wish harry potter could carry on … :( hope jk will keep writhing 9 fingers cross some of the books in the film that we can read eg history of magic …. GO HARRY POTTER

July 27th, 2011 at 12:07 pm
Matthew Fairbairn
 76 

haryy poter rocks :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :)

July 27th, 2011 at 12:09 pm
Matthew Fairbairn
 77 

oh can i add on to my last two entries and say good luck to everyone else in the (and those who do after me !!!)

July 27th, 2011 at 12:16 pm
Matthew Fairbairn
 78 

OH NO i just read the thing been won … BUT there is a monthly give away YAY do thay email you if you win?

July 27th, 2011 at 12:18 pm
Matthew Fairbairn
 79 

sam is right … i dont know why but you feel part of it when you wach it …… hum i wonder why….

July 27th, 2011 at 12:22 pm
Kowshik
 80 

end of the last era
end of the voldermont……….
i had seen all harry potter movie……….
i love harry,hermione,ron,hagrid,sirius black,professor dumbledoor……………
and so on

July 28th, 2011 at 8:25 am
 81 

Great book, little cheesy in the end. Awesome product.

August 3rd, 2011 at 9:32 pm
harvey shilton
 82 

I think the film was the best one as i have read all the books and red all the films, the film was so much better than the book, and seen it 2 in cinema, in 2d and 3d Lord voldermorts death in 3d Was Amazing.

August 15th, 2011 at 8:38 pm
Abby
 83 

Not only Deathly Hallows Part 2 but ALL of the movies are a Treat! I usually watch Harry Potter 1 to 2 times a week and it NEVER EVER gets old! When I watch it, it feels as if I can escape to another place!! I have been to the wizarding world of harry potter and was amazed by everytime! I LOVE HP!!!!!

October 3rd, 2011 at 1:47 am
Annie Owens
 84 

Books are always the winner but the films come close to the ‘magic’ of my imagination. Annie

October 18th, 2011 at 1:31 pm
Kauser
 85 

Hi, just to let you know your wand products are absolutly wonderful. The harry potter books are great. Im a big fan of J.K.Rowling. Ill be honest with the film, the ending dissappointed me, the book is so much better as you can visualise the whole film. Everyones has there different point of view. Ive got almost every video of the Potter films. Well hope you enjoy the movie, i hope my comment aren’t harsh, atleast im being honest. Tc x

October 24th, 2011 at 2:56 am
Matthew Fairbairn
 86 

I loved the last book I read them so much I can explain the whole series in 5 mins
go HP yay

November 18th, 2011 at 10:08 pm
Satya Muntha
 87 

nice movie. kids are growing fast. its sad to hear its finishing soon..

November 18th, 2011 at 11:12 pm
admin
 88 

Sorry had some other preoccupations, still sold the wands every months, now back in business of keeping the website up to date.

November 20th, 2011 at 4:41 am

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