Last night at midnight.
I have to tell you, I loved it.
David Yates, you are awesome. This is how I saw Harry Potter all along. I'm so glad to hear he's on board for 6 and 7.
It was a fun experience. Julia went to bed really early last night. At 11pm I woke her up and she had no idea why, she's not a huge HP fan, but I thought she'd like this. We went to the theater and the line was wrapped around the theater. This wasn't the line for tickets, this was just the line to get in to the theater. There were a few people dressed up, but most of the Muggles in line were Muggle-ish.
We ran into Julia's Kindergarten teacher at the movie. I just love her.
SO... movie. Great. The score was wonderful... LOVED the music. I have a few small complaints about the movie, but overall this was by far the best.
Julia had a blast, wasn't scared at all. Today she woke up and told me, "mom, I had the best time last night. I now love Harry Potter. Those kids were so brave. I didn't know kids could do that."
I asked her what kids could do. Her reply, "Make a difference."
I think she gets it.