Friday, November 19, 2010

(near) sleepless night

I got 3 hours and 12 minutes of sleep last night.  (The extra 1.12 hours was mainly because I overslept.)  This is why:



Countrymouse took me and the three youngest pups, along with a friend, to see the 12:01am showing of the new Harry Potter film, The Deathly Hallows. You know, we're just cool like that. (Or perhaps just extremely nerdy or maybe even a little crazy??)


I won't give anything away except to say, GO SEE IT.  Mind you, I haven't read any of the books, and I understand that parts were left out (doesn't that always happen?) but it was the quickest two hours I've spent in a long time.  I was definitely up to seeing the entire two halves in one sitting!


Of course, I still have to get myself showered and to work on time... I didn't say there wasn't a downside or two!

9 comments:

  1. Crazy but cool. Glad you enjoyed the movie.

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  2. I just teared up AND got chills. I probably won't see it until the end of next week, but I am sooo excited!

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  3. How fun! I've never seen a movie that late at night (at the cinema that is) but it sounds like it was worth it.

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  4. I am hearing good reviews for the movie, I may have to check it out.

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  5. I too have a Harry Potter Hangover this morning. But it was SO WORTH IT! And yeah... you should really read the books. :P

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  6. I am trying! I can't find a babysitter for tonight. Sadness....

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  7. I am SO excited to see this movie this weekend!!! I just posted on it me-self!

    And really, Alan Rickman...I could watch him for hours!
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  8. I haven't read the books either and I'm way behind on the movies... I'm going to wait until it's complete - then spend the weekend watching them.

    By then, maybe Henry can watch with me. It's just too plain scary for him right now (though he'd thinks it looks cool).

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  9. I have read all the books as they were published, but yet to catch up on more recent films as I prefer to watch them in English.

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