Skip to main content

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Pt. 2 Trailer

I have chills.

Comments

  1. It looks like it will be a great final show.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Hubs and I just watched this trailer this afternoon. We were speechless for like, five minutes afterwards. It's so bitter sweet! I think this is going to be the best movie yet, but I can't believe it's over. At least when the seventh book came out we still had movies to look forward to. Now it's all done. But I still can't wait to see it!!

    ReplyDelete
  3. OH. MY. GOSH. So excited, but sad at the same time. I'm hoping theaters will show Parts 1 and 2 together. How awesome would that be?

    ReplyDelete
  4. Looks better than the book (I wasn't a fan of the final one at all). I'm wondering (read: hoping) if they'll cut the epilogue entirely. I'll be happy if they do do that. I always thought that was going to far with the final book. Personally.

    ReplyDelete
  5. Gosh! I'm so scared for them!

    ReplyDelete
  6. Can't wait to see this movie!


    Please check out/follow my blog, which is about YA Lit Book Reviews in 100 Words or Less : http://ya100words.blogspot.com/ .

    I also post "Songs to Read By" to go with each book.

    ReplyDelete
  7. I get goosebumps every time I watch this. I actually cannot wait!

    ReplyDelete
  8. i have not seen yet, but it would be interesting.. :)

    ReplyDelete
  9. Very nice, thanks for the information.

    ReplyDelete

Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

Angie's Best Books of 2016

Let's just lay our cards on the table, shall we, and agree that, on the whole, 2016 was an abysmal year.
And I'd just like to personally invite it not to let the door hit it on the way out.
This is me being as charitable as I can possibly be at this point. 
That said, I want to send a glorious shout out to the wonderful books that have come out this past year, and to all the authors (and readers) who have not given in to the anxiety, depression, anger, and fear that I know so many of us have felt throughout the past twelve months (or more). It is the last day of the year, and I have poured all of my gratitude (and hope for a better one to come) into my annual list of my favorite reads of the year. Just 17 this year. Fewer than the past few years, which indicates a healthy dose of necessary rereading in this year that has been what it was, as well as the fact that I just didn't get to as many new releases.


(in the order in which I read them)
The Thirteenth Earlby Evelyn Pry…

Cover Reveal + Q&A: A Season of Daring Greatly by Ellen Emerson White

As longtime readers of the blog know, I am a full-fledged Ellen Emerson White fangirl and have been for something going on time immemorial. What this means is that a few years ago, having just finished reading my local library's copy of The Road Homefor the second time in as many days, I sat on the couch, brandished the book at my newlywed husband, and told him I was seriously considering never returning it (my conscience did eventually kick in and I meekly returned the library copy—after managing to procure a copy of my own, naturally). 
What this means is I went on to purchase an obscene number of out of print copies of the same title(before it was available as an e-book) and proceeded to send them winging their way across the globe to homes where I knew they were needed. 
What this means is that I refer to Ms. White's characters by their first names in casual conversation (pretty much on a daily basis) with friends and family members, and they automatically know exactly wh…