I did like it. I'm now going to talk about parts of the movie. My favourite part was the Prince's tale scene because it used parts of every Harry Potter film. I think the ending parts could have been better like in the final battle of Harry and Voldemort they didn't talk about Snape always serving Dumbledore and in the epilogue not all of the children's names were mentioned only Albus Severus Potter's. Neville wasn't mentioned to be a Professor at Hogwarts. Harry snapped the Elder wand in half and threw it off a cliff near Hogwarts. Most of what I've said may be negative but I do still think that it is the best Harry Potter film.
I'm at Summer Camp so they didn't let us go see it -_-'
But I've heard it's amazing
I saw it in IMAX 3-D. It was the most awesome thing EVER. Even with the changes they made, I thought it was a fantastic film.
Also, I now have new respect for composer Alexandre Desplat, whose epically strategic placement of John Williams' original themes brought even the score itself full circle. It's absolutely magnificent. Trust me, I'm a musician, I know what I'm talking about.
I thought it was awesome.
It was the most awesome one.
I just watched it, so it's all fresh in my mind. There are a few things that bothered, like with the Elder wand. Harry didn't even repaired his first wand, he just randomly broke it and threw it away. Also, I think the epilogue could've been a little longer. I was very disappointed with the final battle between Harry and Voldemort; they didn't talk at all, like in the book. They just reused the same scene from The Goblet of Fire in the cemetary, Harry disarmed Voldemort and he randomly disintegrated. I really liked the part just before that, when they were flying around, though. And the Hogwart battle was epic, I wish I could've seen it in 3D.
But as the Harry Potter freak that I am, I couldn't bring myself to hate the movie. It was awesomely made, and the best of the lot, in my opinion.
Considering how little the two previous movies (not counting the DH part 1) had in common with the books, the seventh movie was a pleasant surprise for a canon nerd like me. There were some things that were just plain old ridiculous, like Harry snapping the Elder wand in half without repairing his old one, no one thinking about evacuating the youngest students before the battle, making Neville/Luna canon, the what-the-heck-is-going-on boat scene (seriously, what was that about?) and my biggest flat what, the scene when Harry revealed himself to Snape - first of all, what the flying cakes were the characters living in the ROR doing there? Correct me if I'm wrong, but I thought that they lived in there because it was no longer safe for them to attend classes. Why would they need a bathroom inside of the ROR, and why would they have to get food from Aberforth if they could use the Hogwarts bathroom and go to meals? Heck, why have hammocks if they could use their bedrooms? Not to mention younger Lily's eyes being brown, but other than that, I loved it. Prince's Tale got me sobbing like a baby, scenes with Neville got me laughing like a madman and the wards were just so pretty and my eyes were very sore because I hardly blinked through large parts of the movie, like Gringots or the Battle of Hogwarts. And it was just really cool to see Ron speaking Parseltongue. I can't believe it's the last movie... When the credits rolled, and I realized it's the last time I'm watching Harry Potter in the cinema I went into a BSOD for good fifteen minutes. Now I'm struggling with post-Potter depression. And it's too cold to eat ice-cream.
It was nice.
I thought it was absolutely amazing.
I thought it was postively (pardon my British) brilliant!