I…there aren’t enough words for me to explain to you all how much I love Harry Potter.
It’s taken me a month to get out a post about it.
There were only two things that didn’t happen in the final movie that I wish would have.
1. Harry didn’t fix his Phoenix wand with the Elder Wand before breaking it! This is a small thing, but still. I loved that wand.
2. Harry and Voldy to fight in the Great Hall instead of outside. That would’ve been cooler in my opinion.
How can you not like Harry Potter?
Today, my friend said Harry Potter is stupid.
This movie was the closest out of all the movies to the books. It was perfection. And you can go and say, “Nothing can be perfect.” But let me assure you, this was. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 is legendary. From them breaking into Gringotts (extraordinary acting by Helena Bonham Carter), to the duel between Professor Snape and Professor McGonagall, to the Ron and Hermione kiss, to the Prince’s Tale, to Narcissa asking if Draco was alive and lying to Voldy about Harry being dead, to Voldy hugging Draco (okay, I laugh just thinking about this), to Mrs. Weasley saying to Bellatrix, “Not my daughter, you bitch.” and then defeating her, to the final battle between Harry and Voldemort, to Ron and Hermione and Harry walking on the bridge thing, and then it fading out, to the epilogue of 19 years later. It was all just…perfection.
I didn’t grow up with Harry Potter. I wasn’t there to buy the first book when it came out, and I watched the first four movies before I read the books. I was too young. I didn’t want to read those big books. I remember reading the third one and thinking, “This is so boring.” when I was, like, 8. Then, on spring vacation when I was 11 (the age when Harry Potter found out he was a wizard) I was bored and I wanted to read. There weren’t a lot of options so I read Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. If I had to choose my favorite Harry Potter book, it would probably be this one, because that’s the one that made me fall in love with the series. I remember how I felt reading this book, and my amazement at how awesome it was. I then continued to read the rest of the series, starting from the beginning. I read the Deathly Hallows in one day. I was obsessed with these books…I still kinda am. (Kinda? Who am I kidding?)
If I had to sum up Harry Potter in one word it would be…magical.
There are a couple things in life that I cannot describe how much I love them. Harry Potter is one of them.
And if you haven’t read the Harry Potter books or seen the movies…
Hahaha, kidding…kinda;) If you haven’t read the books or seen the movies, but you’re reading my post, then that is awesome! (Well, not awesome that you haven’t read or seen HP, but awesome that you’re reading my stuff anyway:))
But, if you haven’t, go read! And then watch!
“When I’m 80 years old and sitting in my rocking chair, I’ll be reading Harry Potter. And my family will say to me, “After all this time?” And I will say, “Always.” -Alan Rickman