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    did any of you see it in 3D? what was it like in terms of the 3D aspects? was it more meh than spectacular 3D effects, done for the sake of being 3D or is it really effective?
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    (Original post by FuzzySheep)
    You technically did dress up, just as a muggle

    Haha, that was one of the good things about them replaying it! Absolutely loved that bit. And Voldemort's weird laugh when he was talking to Neville, that had me in stitches!

    If it was at the beginning I might have been able to forgive it, maybe. I still can't figure out how the freezing was possible! It did honestly ruin the mood for me a bit, but playing it from where they did the second time round was a good idea. I will get that free ticket ASAP
    Oh I laughed out loud at that!

    I wish I could go to Hogwarts! :sad:
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    (Original post by Niki_girl)
    My head would have exploded if Deathly Hallows Part 1 & 2 was all one film! :eek:

    I feel like the earlier films have a much slower/ less action-y plots, but are deeper, more about character development - the later films are more about the fight and/or kiss scenes and loads more drama!

    But still, Snape , it's like reading the book all over again! RIP!
    I'm going to start reading the books again - (why not I thought)! The movies are great, but are small meat compared to the books!

    I loved how they put scenes from the 1st movie in it

    If I were Lily, I would have gone for Snape, but then there would be no Harry
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    A true spectacle of British Cinema...
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    (Original post by diamonddust)
    Oh I laughed out loud at that!

    I wish I could go to Hogwarts! :sad:
    Who doesn't?

    Ashhhh, why am I a muggle? FML
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    (Original post by purplefrog)
    did any of you see it in 3D? what was it like in terms of the 3D aspects? was it more meh than spectacular 3D effects, done for the sake of being 3D or is it really effective?
    I'd never been to 3D before, and I watched it, it was pretty **** and almost exactly the same as 2D.


    (Original post by Ultimate_Geek)
    Yes, those irked me somewhat too but they can't fit everything in .

    I thought it was generally a spectacular visual feast! .
    I kept moaning throughout the film, yeah I agree, seems sad now it's all ended though. BTW some guy behind me asked if Ollivander was Dumbledore... I was about to punch him!


    (Original post by dknt)
    Sorry, I'm just still laughing when McGonagall says "I've always wanted to use that spell!"
    HAHA ikr!
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    I've not watched the film but I've heard that Neville says he loves Luna and always has in a battle scene. Now if this is true it'll be very annoying it simply wasn't in the books.
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    I felt they could have spent more time on the DA, that was one of the best bits of the book for me.

    And yes, Molly Wealey's 'Not my daughter' line was a bit tame.

    Oh yeah, and I liked it in the book when Voldemort and Harry had a conversation in front of everyone before their fuel.
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    (Original post by F.I)
    I loved how they put scenes from the 1st movie in it
    I liked how there was flashbacks to major moments in all of the films involving the relationship between 2 characters, and obviously knowing what we know now about the loyalties of different characters suddenly everything in the film looks different! I also liked the voice-overs of different characters' thoughts/ previous words to help link things that had been going on throughout all of the films...

    :rolleyes: such a good film!
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    Spoilerssss!

    wait, I clicked on it
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    (Original post by purplefrog)
    did any of you see it in 3D? what was it like in terms of the 3D aspects? was it more meh than spectacular 3D effects, done for the sake of being 3D or is it really effective?
    I did. Didn't really think the 3D made a huge difference tbh. :dontknow:
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    this film got 8.7 on imdb? whatt!? was it really that good? after reading the books, i never was interested in the movies.
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    (Original post by HK1)
    I've not watched the film but I've heard that Neville says he loves Luna and always has in a battle scene. Now if this is true it'll be very annoying it simply wasn't in the books.
    No, he doesn't.


    (Original post by Tenbinza)
    I felt they could have spent more time on the DA, that was one of the best bits of the book for me.

    And yes, Molly Wealey's 'Not my daughter' line was a bit tame.

    Oh yeah, and I liked it in the book when Voldemort and Harry had a conversation in front of everyone before their fuel.
    Yeah, the circling bit and all, I just felt like I was reciting the book throughout the movie, they spent like... 2 minutes on that! I wanted to see Harry perform Crucio on Carrow as well...!
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    Not to spoil anything, but did anyone else notice the *awkward hug* tense moment and THAT LAUGH?

    Don't say who it was if you know what I mean, but I thought that was really random/ out of character/ not fitting with the overall mood of the scene?

    Just my opinion
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    The book said Cho Chang was really pretty!!!
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    (Original post by F.I)
    Who doesn't?

    Ashhhh, why am I a muggle? FML
    Being a muggle sucks! I want to be Luna Lovegood!
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    Yeah 3D didn't really make a difference. Just to make it look more 'spectacular' I guess, which it was anyway!
    And it would be nice for them to include everything, but it was already a movie in 2 parts to include all the big things, let alone the details!
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    (Original post by purplefrog)
    did any of you see it in 3D? what was it like in terms of the 3D aspects? was it more meh than spectacular 3D effects, done for the sake of being 3D or is it really effective?
    Doesn't really make any difference, you just have to sit through the film wearing silly dark glasses. You stop even noticing the 3D after the first few minutes.
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    (Original post by getfunky!)
    Spoilerssss!

    wait, I clicked on it
    I'm so sorry , at least now you know what to expect!


    (Original post by Niki_girl)
    Not to spoil anything, but did anyone else notice the *awkward hug* tense moment and THAT LAUGH?

    Don't say who it was if you know what I mean, but I thought that was really random/ out of character/ not fitting with the overall mood of the scene?

    Just my opinion
    Everyone lolled out at that point! I thought they were gonna kiss!


    (Original post by Kaz310)
    this film got 8.7 on imdb? whatt!? was it really that good? after reading the books, i never was interested in the movies.
    It was good... but not good at the same time, I feel obliged to like it, but overall it wasn't bad.
 
 
 
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