Day 1: Harry Potter 8

Hello adoring fans (nobody)!

My first order of business is to finally see the last Harry Potter movie.

Like most 20 somethings that call themselves Americans, I have read every single Harry Potter book the moment they came out, and seen every Harry Potter Movie in theaters immediately on or after opening night.  Unfortunately, when the last movie came out, I was in Beverly Massachusetts performing as a dancing Gorilla in a production of Tarzan, one of my best portrayals of a dancing animal since the prior year when I played the front end of a dancing cow.  Trust me, you always want to be the front end.   Everyone in the cast went to see the midnight screening of the Deathly Hallows Part II.  Everyone but me (sad face).  You see, I was stuck back at the hotel with the flue (hangover) and couldn’t make it to the showing.   I intended to see the movie after that with some other friends, but everyone had already seen it (sad face), and as much as I love to go to the movies by myself (lonely face), time just got away from me.  So here I am a year and a half later still so curious as to how it all goes down.  Not to mention that it is conveniently showing on HBO on demand, which will help keep me in my budget (currently twenty seven dollars) for other EOW endeavors.  Will I say, “I mean, it was ok but the book was so much better”?  Probably.  But the planet can not vanish without me seeing the truth for myself!  Who knows, maybe this will be the time when I can finally say, “No way, this movie was way better than that stupid book.  J.K Rowling really should take some pointers from these screenwriters!”.  We shall see.  We shall see indeed.Image

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