Warning may contain spoilers!!
Yesterday i decided to drag my boyfriend along to see HP6 and let me tell you this film was absolutely AMAZING!! I think that it is probably the best HP film that they have made so far, and i think the next one will be even better especially since they are splitting the 7th book into 2 films, which makes me wonder what on earth they're going to call it? Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 and Part 2? Lol, at least they'll manage to get most if not all of the story and little details into 2 films since the last book is so action packed.. But anyway back to HP6.. This film is so funny it had me in stitches, but it also manages to keep some seriousness to it now that they are getting further into the books and its getting a lot darker. I don't really want to give away the ending for those that haven't read the books but..
When Dumbeldore died the whole cinema went deathly quite, it was a really sad and tense moment and was really strange seeing as everyone had been laughing throughout the entire film and all of a sudden theres a really sad moment, it was like he'd actually died and everyone was giving him a moments silence (which i kind of guess he did for us hardcore HP fans, it was a sad moment :( ).
On another note, Fenrir Greyback is in this film and hes all covered in hair but no one actually tells us that he's a werewolf? That kind of annoyed me, not that it really matters but people who haven't read the books don't really know much about him or why he's joined the deatheaters.. Maybe they will tell us more in the next film?
I also wanted to say that i think Tom felton (Draco Malfoy) did an excellent job in this film he really acted the way that Draco acts in the 6th book and he made it very believable. The rest of the actors all did an excellent job too, it really was a brilliant film, and the cinema was packed out i don't think there was a single seat free and we went to the late viewing too, we couldn't get in any earlier! (You should have seen the size of the queue to get popcorn). I would defiantly recommend that you go see this film weather you've read the books or not, it really is one of the best films to come out this year! The boyfriend enjoyed it too and he's never read any of the books, he's seen all the other films though and i think it does require you to have seen the other films to be able to follow the story line.
Thanks for reading,