OK, so here's the story. While I was joining "Bloggers.com" (curtsy of Mimi), it didn't appear to like the title "Be", because of it's shortness. So I decided to just use my gaming name, like I do with practically everything else, because unlike Blogger, my nickname is too cool for other sites.
Anywho. I decided that if I'm going to have that title for myself for ever other single networking/gaming/whatever site, then I should just change it here.

The only reason I did not want to before was because I know it will confuse some people. But I think I left a message warning you of the name change in your comments (Oopsy Daisy's if I didn't). And I do know that it will confuse some people.

But I say "whatever" to that. Gaming names are about to take over one day or rather...

Lady Nansei

^^ Hmm, feels weird signing off like that...

Monday, July 18, 2011

Review: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Pt 2

Note: This blog may or may not contain spoliers. If you are planning on watching this movie and you haven't of yet then you must definately read this review.

So, as you may or may not know, I recently went for a trip (vacation/holiday/insert your word of choice here) to Queensland, and because there is absolutely, positively, most-definitely nothing to do there sister and I decided that it would be a good idea to go and view the final installment of HP in their BIG cinema with ACTUAL seats which are TALL PEOPLE FREE (just putting it out there, I come from a small town, we have a cinema. It’s not that good).

Ah, right, back to the review, but if you must know I’d give their cinema 5 out of 5. Mine … well, that’s not that hard to guess (suspicious looking puddles in chairs. I don’t think so!)

I would like to say I’m a Pothead, but I’m not. I haven’t even read the books and so I don’t think I’m deserving enough to call myself a “pothead”, but nethertheless I still adore Harry Potter. Why not? It’s the thing I grew up with, I remember going to watch it for the first time in the cinema as a odd and awkward seven-year-old and going for every year since (I think it skipped a year once? If it did then that would mean I went as a six-year-old or maybe a eight-year-old, poor memory), wishing that I would get a letter on my tenth birthday and contemplating up ideas on how to steal Hedwig for myself…

And now it’s all over. My childhood is over.

Well, kind of. But with all that I just said/wrote in mind how could I give the final installment a bad mark? It was purely terrific and, as my sister informed me, actually did things by the book (except for when Voldy hugged Draco. Whew…awkward…). The battle scenes were fantastic and the heart-wrenchingly-sad scenes were emotional (okay, so no one is the cinema cried – but then again sister and I were the only ones in the cinema, except for the woman being me. Man, was she annoying. I felt like giving her my own does of Avada Kedavra). The music add excellently to the movie, and the only real thing that was a let down was the fact that they did not dignify the death of Lupin, Tonks and Fred at all. We just saw them lying on the ground. Dead. Um...cool...

But if you are one of those people who feel deeply about the death of your favorite characters I found this on a site:

I was also sad that the movie didn’t go on for long, I expected it to, but that was mainly because I wanted it to stretch on forever so it would never end. I didn’t want it to end; it was perfect, like a little peace of heaven that I was experiencing. Sister and I had conjured up an idea that they should make a new range of HP movies which went on forever like LOTR and included everything by the book. That would be awesome. And someone seriously needs to remake the 6th movie.
But the most exciting thing was the hear that JK Rowling would be making up a site which featured everything Potter and revealed the endings of our favorite characters. I can’t remember what it’s supposed to be called but I’ll inform you when it has been created.

Now, if you excuse me I must go and read the Potter series, as I have to say if you haven’t read it: you have no life. No offence of course, I’m in the same boat you know.

Cheerio, and if you intend on watching this movie please do so. And depending on who you are pack tissues or don’t, but remember to bring an axe to hack into the poor individual who is sitting behind you.



Be said...

Look! Look! I managed to get the pictures to sit together! I know that one is over-lapping the other but for me this is an amazing feat :)


Natallie said...

I went to watch HP at the premiere and it was crazy filled with potter freaks and kind of made me wish i went at a later date. a cinema all alone sounds great, even if there's a bitch behind you.

Hannahbelle :D said...

I went to watch it with Hayley and I have no idea how you dont think its sad. I was sobbing like crazy when Fred died but the music was terrific and I think I cried some more when I realised it was the end of my childhood. It's so sad. I still have the books to go so yay.


Pramudita Puspita said...

hello! nice blog! mind to follow each other? I'll follow u back then :)

Shoe said...

Hahahah I just watched it and at one point, when Harry agreed to give himself up to Voldemort, someone in the theatre started sobbijng hysterically. Hilarious. Also: pothead... hahahahaahah

Oh and you don't really put people of pictures on your blog, so you don't have to worry about that!


Well gosh, I guess I have no life! :( Haha. Yeah. It's true. I've never seen Harry Potter (well, the first movie), let alone read the books. Hahha. I feel like I'm missing out on a part of growing up or something. People always look at me as though I'm mental. It's a little funny. Yeah. SORRY.

But I'm glad the movie was quite dapper and enjoy reading the books again! ;)

And as to your little update thing up there, YES I KNOW WHAT YOU MEAN. I have -- countless times! -- tried to change the layout around. But nooo. I suck at technology. Then I have to change it all back! Ah, lesson learnt. I suck at technology. Don't mess with it!

P.S. You got it right -- my dog's name is Daisy!

!♥ m i m i said...

Ohhhhh boy that Tumblr picture... Actually... after reading the book, I'm GLAD some of the "good" characters died. I hate it when authors try to save all the "good" characters and kill off the bad guys and then it's just a Hollywood-fairytale happy ending that seems SOOOO OFF. Like Twilight (whichever book it was when they all started fighting each other) AND THE FIGHT NEVER EVEN HAPPENED. Which is why I HATE TWILIGHT. Which is why I haven't seen the movies (cept for the first one and that's only cuz a friend wanted to see it =.=)

ANYHOO, I skimmed a lot of this cuz I haven't watched HP7 Pt 2 yet so still... waiting... I'm rly sad kay?

And... umm... I'm just curious... WHY WERE YOU LOOKING AT MASSACRE PICS???? D:

Oh and heh thanks! I dun wanna be labeled as "punk" tho, but right now, I'm glad my face looks diff. What with the nose piercing and the hair. Hah. I'm just happier. For some reason lol. I feel more like "me" now. And more changes to come prob.. My whole LIFE is there for me to change.


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