Watching a movie with a child younger than 5 is real challenge. I could have hang my DS upside down if I could. We went to see the movie on Saturday. You can see on the ticket the date and time we went. We went to see it at 10 in the morning expecting that there are less people inside the theater. Boy, was I wrong, I guess they had the same idea plus going to the movie before 12 noon is way cheaper. Yes, we only paid $4.00 a head and we spend the rest of the budget on food.
Harry Potter did not fight much in this movie. I don't really know what I missed because having a 3 year old inside the movie theater I am prepare to miss parts of it. I thought there will be a lot of dating scene and lovey dubey part but not much. Or maybe I missed them when I was outside tending to my little one who wanted to go at the middle of the movie. I did not see the part when Hermione and Ron kissed. Malfoy could have killed Dumbledore but Snapes had to step up and do it.
It seemed like not finish to me at the end. I know there is the book number 7, but at the end of this movie seems not at the end. Maybe because I am waiting for them to burry Dumbledore, I don't know. I should probably start reading the book 7 to find out what will happen next.
I love watching Harry Potter movies, and I will give it 7 stars. We usually wait for the DVD to comes out but since we have Fandango dollars and our youngest child is 3 yearls old I thought it would be nice to see it in the theater. Maybe we should have waited 3 more years to take everyone with us. so, have you seen it yet?
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