How To Get Ready For The Next – And Last – Harry Potter Movie

       If you’re any kind of a Harry Potter fan (I am – I’ve read all the books and seen all the movies and am getting ready for the final chapter), then you’re probably going to see the last movie, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2, which opens on July 15.  Depending on which type of fan you are, you can prepare yourself to get maximum satisfaction from the last movie, remembering that you only have 8 days left: 

  • The Non-Fan – if you’ve only heard of Harry Potter in passing and you can’t spell Albus Dumbledore, forget it.  You don’t need to prepare.  But you may want to get out once in a while.
  • The Casual Fan – if you’ve seen some (or even all) of the Harry Potter movies, but only one time and you don’t own them on DVD – but you can say Hogwarts four times.  That should be enough to get you in the mood.
  • The Real Fan – okay, so I fit in this category.  We’ve seen all the movies (several times each) and read all the books (therefore, we know what happens in the final movie).  And we’ve begun our ritual – watching Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1, just to make sure we have a clear picture of what preceded the final movie.
  • The Harry Potter Geek – you’ve not only read all of the books several times and seen all of the movies several times, you probably also have a collection of artifacts from the stories, such as wands and a Marauder’s Map and an Invisibility Cloak.  You’ll prepare by reading all of the books again and watching all of the movies again, and you’ll most likely go to a local theater which will show the final movie at 12:01 next Friday morning.  And then you’ll take your wand and Invisibility Cloak to the nearest Harry Potter Convention.  Right?

        Whatever your routine, enjoy! 

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8 Responses to “How To Get Ready For The Next – And Last – Harry Potter Movie”

  1. Nymphadora Says:

    i fit the harry potter geek category i have a marauders map and i even made my own wand. every since i was a kids i have always loved harry potter i even dressed up as hermione when i was in 2nd grade!
    -Nymphadora

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