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Published: Thursday, July 14 2011 12:00 a.m. MDT

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Belgrade, Serbia

Saw it last night here in Belgrade. Really enjoyed it. It was interesting to see the aging of the fans from the littles kids from years ago to many fans in their early adult years this time. My teens were excited to go and it was a good movie. I admit I am old school and a diehard "Lord of the Rings" fan. But that just dates me. Felt like HP was recycled trough the same story with slightly different plots each time after about 3 or 4. If it can't be told in a trilogy then maybe it is too long of a story.

West Valley, UT

They are great stories and wonderful movies. But honestly, I'm glad its over.

Port Alice, B.C.

I bought my first Harry Potter book at age 60 from Deseret Book. I loved it. I went to Korea for an 8 year stretch of teaching English. The last seven at a University.

I had my Harry Potter book with me to read during breaks. The class started and the students saw it said "Harry Pottah", and well over half of them produced their Korean editions. We had a "new" text for the class.

Even graduate (MA) students a few years later would admit reading it and enjoying it. Us big kids liked it too.


I really like this version of harry potter haha :))))

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