We got there around 9:30, got into the theatre relatively early, and had plenty of time to wait. When the movie finally came on, everyone cheered. And it was beautiful and heart-wrenching and I'm not ashamed to admit it made me cry at some parts. I'll try not to give any spoilers, but I will say that it was amazing.
|my ticket stub.|
And the ending, the epilogue! I didn't cry but it was so bittersweet. Because this is it, you know. There are no more books or movies to look forward to. And that is the saddest thing, but in the words of a certain very wise headmaster: "It's not really goodbye, after all." The characters, the places, the scenes -- they'll always be there. In the books, in the movies, and above all, in our hearts. That's one of the most important things I've learned from Harry Potter -- the people we love never truly leave us. They are always alive within us.
|*spoiler alert* ;)|
I can't wait to see the movie again.
Long live Harry Potter!