Have I mentioned that I love my husband? I love him.
We went to see the last Harry Potter movie last night. I only cried a little, though there was a woman behind me who bawled through several scenes. I felt sympathy for her, but I did the majority of my crying when I read the book. I thought the movie was nicely done, and wrapped things up well for all that they had to cover their backsides from all the important details left out of previous movies. The books were so intricately written, with so many points from previous books winding together, that the movies were in over their heads on bringing it all to the screen.
I loved the scene with Snape's memories - it was pretty much perfectly done, much as they had to leave out some parts. This review is a pain to write without spoilers.
I still don't buy the Hermione/Ron romance as the movies sold it, and the worst part is that the movies ruined it in the books for me too. Rupert Grint has great comedic timing and is a fine young actor, but he isn't Ron, and the writers never really wrote him to be. Ginny/Harry wasn't well-handled in the books or the movies, and particularly in the movies the writers clearly wanted him to be with Hermione. Honestly, I would have liked to see him fall for Luna - how sweet of a couple would they be?
The music was incredible, and the sound-editing was interesting, but I don't know enough about it to say if it was truly good or not.
In other news, I resisted the urge to buy more yarn. Yay me!