Sunday, May 1, 2011

I am so excited for this!

22 comments:

Remilda Graystone said...

The question is: Who isn't? I'm pretty sure I'm going to cry, so I'm slowly, slowly counting the days until it comes out. *dies a little* I'll probably throw some big celebration to mark the ending of this, great, great, great, GREAT(!!) era. Ugh. I'm getting teary-eyed just thinking about it...

Josin L. McQuein said...

So I guess I'm the only person on the planet who hasn't ever seen one of these movies?

A.J. Cattapan said...

Thanks for posting this, Suzie! I'm very excited, too.

Am I wrong, or does Harry call Voldemort "Tom" before pulling him down into the chasm? Ha! So much for "He Who Must Not Be Named!"

Loretta Nyhan said...

Wow, right? This trailer is making me cry, so I am going to be a mess during the movie!

And it just kills me when Molly Weasely takes on Bellatrix.

Heather said...

Waiting on this one has been torture! But I'm sure it will be well worth the wait!

erica and christy said...

Wow. Wow. Wow.

(the answer to Josin's question is yes, btw)

Wow.
erica

Chelsey said...

I absolutely can't wait. I wasn't too invested in this movie, then I saw the trailer and...wow.

Monika said...

Me too! I'm so looking forward to this that when it actually comes out, I'll be working at an overnight camp as a counselor. I'm so sneaking out and going to see it!

collectonian said...

Josin, nope you are not. Have no interest in them at all, and haven't seen any of them. My boyfriend says the books are good, but I've also not ready any of them.

Barbara Kloss said...

I just got chills all over. I LOVE these movies!! EEK! Going to go and watch again now...

Jeanmarie Anaya said...

Goosebumps! I can't wait!

Jeff King said...

I absolutely can't wait…. I’ve been waiting since I finished the last book. I can’t wait to see the end on the screen. I just hope they don’t screw it up.

Donna Weaver said...

Me, too! If you're interested in what they've included and aren't worried about movie spoilers, you might consider checking out the discussion at the Leaky Lounge where a member had a chance to view the screen test:

http://www.leakylounge.com/index.php?s=8b1d314bd0c59dbace74e22082f868f3&showtopic=73837

Donea Lee said...

Oh, chills! I have chills. I can't wait to see this one ~ :)

Jodi R. said...

Hot damn. I want to buy my tickets NOW!

Melanie_McCullough said...

Just a little while longer. 7/15/11 Can't get here fast enough!

Shannon Heather said...

Slightly personal note: I started reading the books when #4 came out because my Mom was driving me CRAZY about this Harry Potter thingy. She even gave me an effing Christmas ornament of an owl - alright already! I was in my early thirties and in the throws of diapers and potty training.

My Mom died 3 months before book 6 came out. I almost didn't read it. I almost stopped. (Spoiler alert) When Dumbledore died at the end of book 6, it was going to be the end of reading these damn books and seeing the movies for me.

Ah, but parents have a way of staying in our brains, their words and love. For her - I finished the series.

I'm am SO thankful I kept reading. Turned out to be very therapeutic.

So, less than a week before Mother's Day, I am very excited for this last movie. No tears. Just a lot of awesome memories.

Kristi said...

I could watch this trailer on repeat and still not get tired of it! Though admittedly, it makes me a bit sad to think we're so close to the end, atleast when I finished the books I had the movies to look forward to. Now what? ;P

Oh yeah, Hunger Games. Thank goodness for that.

jjdebenedictis said...

Oh, yeah. That Friday, I'll be oozing out of work a weeeee bit early to catch a matinee.

Julie Hedlund said...

Wow! Hadn't seen this yet, and now I can't wait either!!

Jonathan Dalar said...

Not looking forward to it. Much. A little vested interest in the story from sitting through the previous movies with the wife and kids, but I was sorely disappointed in the last go-'round.

They should not have split the last book into two movies. They did it from a purely money-grabbing perspective, and it hurt the story tremendously. If you think differently, exactly how much of the last movie was not comprised of the main characters milling about aimlessly, searching for something to happen?

I like fantasy, and all things fantastic, such as wizardry, magic, mythical creatures and the like. I can forgive writing to a younger generation when I'm all grown up. I cannot forgive cardboard characters and bad plot tailoring, especially when it comes at the expense of great storytelling.

I'm looking forward to this a little, but only because it's a continuation of what should have been the last three quarters of the last movie.

esss said...

This is the first time to read a post from the bottom to the top. Your video clip attracts my eyes and heart. I watched it many times. I even wrote this reply while I was listening to such great movie.. You always touch my heart by your words, videos and continuous encouragement. I hope to keep communicating even after this journey ends...
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