Video: MTV Interviews Fans After Seeing “Deathly Hallows: Part 2″

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Jul 17, 2011

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We have a new video from MTV, where some Harry Potter fans are interviewed right after seeing “Deathly Hallows: Part 2″ for the first time. The video shows fans happy about the final movie, but also saying good-bye to the Harry Potter films. You can watch the video here or below.

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22 Responses to Video: MTV Interviews Fans After Seeing “Deathly Hallows: Part 2″

Avatar ImageMrs.Brisby says: aww cool. funny how they bleeped out the spoiler! Avatar ImageSproutMdme says: Great comments from just a few of the millions of Harry Potter fans out there. They give you a feel for how we all are feeling about this amazing movie and how the whole series has influenced a generation of people. My personal favorite scenes are the Gringotts dragon, and the Oscar worthy performance of Alan Rickman in his pivotal part of Severus Snape...simply heart-wrenching!Avatar ImageGaladaya says: LOVED the movie! ok fellow potter fans.. you know the big tri standing cardboard things at the theaters? if given the choice of having only one side of those between harry and snape which would you choose?... im leaning more towards one but id like input! Avatar Imagepuppylove10 says: thats exatly how i feelAvatar ImageMawuko Batse says: Me too, feel the same way. I cried, hard not to, it was so intense and moving. Can't wait to see it again. Avatar ImageUnknown_Mist says: :D its so sad that its all over... you know, harry potter :(Avatar Imageginny_weasley1998 says: Yes it's sad but it will forever remain in our hearts! Look forwArd to potter more and jk s new writingAvatar Imagejustinthemighty says: I'd love to see more reactions from other fans after seeing the film for the first time. I saw the film twice this weekend (the midnight opening and yesterday) and the cosplay and happiness and tears and hugging and the genuine feeling of being connected with everyone in the room, with each of us feeling just as emotional and excited and sad and just... all of it. It was quite enough to warm my cold Slytherin heart. I honestly believe ours is the best community anyone could ever be part of.Avatar ImageFleur-de- Lily says: Me too, feel the same way. I cried, hard not to, it was so intense and moving.Avatar Imageazaadpotter says: Thats how i'm feeling tooAvatar Imagewandmastercalum says: It was an epic movie. At first I didn't like it but after a while I'm loving it again and now I really want to see it. I loved the epilouge in the book and they really did it justice in the film. Avatar Imageglow_freak says: The fans are what makes HP even more amazingAvatar ImageWON_TWO says: I liked the beat & it was good to dance to...Avatar Imagejacket says: I cried a bit but it was hard to get into it with this one person in our theater who was crying really loudly through the entire movie. It was really distracting and ruined a few parts for me so I'm going to have to go again as soon as possible and hopefully I'll really be able to get into it. But I was bawling my eyes out during the final scene. The ending was absolutlely perfect, even if most of the rest of the film didn't really follow the book the ending was perfect enough that I can say that I was extremely pleased with the way it turned out.Avatar Imagetroyalg says: I totally cried when you see Fred, Lupin, and Tonks in the Great Hall. I also cried a bit with the Snape flashbacks, which actually surprised me, and when Harry is saying goodbye to Ron and Hermione, even though it wasn't in the book. Avatar ImageAlicex says: My friend Jack and I were holding hands and crying at the end it was sooo sad, its been our childhood since we were 6. Its crazy that its come to an end, but then on the other hand its been such a big part of our lives and will probs never leave us. Cause we always have the books and if your like me, you will read them like 20 times and so get to re live the story. Though I think i preferred the books ending when Harry goes off to die but i think the way they did it was still amazing and had me in tears.Avatar ImageHogwartsForever says: I don't think I could have talked to a camera after coming out of the cinema, I porbaly would just broken down. Again.Avatar Imagekyrstalkris says: I agree, but how come no one mentions the kiss between Ron and Hermione? xDAvatar ImageKessalia19 says: I was crying on & off nearly the whole time. But the parts that really got to me were Snape's memories (especially when he cast his patronus & said 'Always') and it KILLED me to see Hogwarts being destroyed. My only complaints were that the deaths seemed a little skimmed over/cheapened, And the duel between Molly & Bella could have been more. I loved the scenes with Neville (BAMF!) and the parts that they changed didn't bother me TOO much. I thought Alan Rickman's performance as Snape was AWESOME, and I also liked that we finally got to see McGonnagal being a badass lolAvatar ImageGiant Squid says: Imspsadthat its kverbutit was such a great ending!Avatar ImageGiant Squid says: Wow. I really messed up my typing on that last comment.whoops!Avatar ImageLivi22 says: I just cried the whole way through! It was amazing though, I loved every minute. I did think the bit with Hermione wobbling on Bellatrix's heels was really sweet!

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