Saying Goodbye to the Harry Potter Series

I don’t think you people get how much Harry Potter means to me. And in less than a month it will be over. My favourite thing in the whole world, coming to a close. Not without a bang though, not at all. I’ve booked my tickets for the double-bill, midnight showing of Deathly Hallows, but I want more. Of course I do, I’m Chris.

If you look closely at this picture, you can see the biggest bamp in the whole Harry Potter series.

The Vue, in the Hull City Centre, are showing all the Harry Potter films, one every night until Hallows is released. That includes the AMAZING Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, we all know it’s the best one, why lie!  After the 6th film, Half Blood Prince, is shown on Wednesday, the first part of Deathly Hallows will be shown the next day. And then at midnight, it goes straight into Part 2. Then I cry.

Sounds like the great way to end it, right? Yes. The flaw is, I’m all alone in this big wide world in my love for Harry Potter. Non of my friends with common sense would come and rewatch every Potter film with me. That’s madness. So, what I’m saying is, I’m going to try to find a different person for every film to come see it with me, maybe even free of charge.

Here is what is going to go down, I’m going to pick up the tickets tomorrow, and we’ll take it from there. Fancy coming to see a Potter film with me? Leave a comment below, or tweet me, or Facebook message me, or text me, you could even ring let. Let me know!

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