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It's because of The Dark Knight Rises teaser



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It's still at 96% but there are now 4 rotten scores. Wow I wasn't expecting it to stay at over 95%! So happy!



darthdevidem01 said:

*note do not read reviews they all have spoilers in them*

When you say spoliers do you mean of the book's content or is there some big differences/surprises in the film?



darthdevidem01 said:
http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/harry_potter_and_the_deathly_hallows_part_ii/

The rotten tomatoemeter rating is currently at 96%

Higher than Prisoner of Azkaban's 91%

The "top critics" average rating is 8.8....this is getting to Lord Of The Rings trilogy critical acclaim level on that front!

So far only 2 negative reviews have come, they are from the same site, one from the husband, one from the wife (its clear the husband agreed with the wife to get "some" at night!!!)

Most reviews are saying Alan Rickman (Snape) is stealing the show

Many reviews mention a standing ovation once the film ends.

This is looking to be a satisfying cocnlusion to this saga that many of us have grown up with!!

*note do not read reviews they all have spoilers in them*

Think most people (who will see the film) have read the book, which is a bigger 'spoiler' than any review so doubt it will matter too much.



Taking the girlfriend to see it next Week. Can't wait to see the Dark Knight Rises trailer!!



                            

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wfz said:
Spoilers? What? There are people who haven't read the seventh Harry Potter book?

I stopped after the 6th book. Dunno why.



'Harry Potter' Already Breaking Records

It's not even out yet, but Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 is already breaking records. Distributor Warner Bros. Pictures announced today that the Harry Potter finale has conjured over $32 million in advance ticket sales, setting a new pre-opening benchmark. Regal Entertainment Group alone claimed over $10 million for the 535 locations it operates, whlie MovieTickets.com has already sold more Deathly Hallows Part 2 tickets than for any other 2011 release, marking a 38 percent increase over Part 1.

In a bid to give fans ample opportunity to see the long-awaited finale this weekend (and to potentially break the opening weekend record), Warner Bros. will unleashHarry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 on over 11,000 screens at 4,375 locations, setting new records for both the franchise and the studio.

Predecessor Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 had around 9,400 screens at 4,125 locations, debuting to a franchise-high $125 million, while Warner Bros. stable mate The Dark Knight had a little over 9,000 screens at 4,366 locations and shattered the opening weekend record with $158.4 million on the same mid-July timeframe in 2008. Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End likely still holds the all-time screen count record (11,500), while The Twilight Saga: Eclipsemaintains the location count record (4,468).

Included in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2's release is a record 3,000-plus 3D location count, topping Transformers: Dark of the Moon's 2,789 record. Deathly Hallows Part 2 also boasts the IMAX release record, chalking up 274 IMAX locations.

For its midnight launch, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 will show at over 3,800 locations.Deathly Hallows Part 1 played at around 3,700 locations for its midnight debut, which generated $24 million.Eclipse currently holds the midnight record with $30 million at over 4,000 locations.

In Box Office Mojo's "when will you see it" reader pollingHarry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 is pulling a whopping 68.2 percent for "opening weekend" so far, surpassing its predecessor's 64.1 percent score.The Dark Knight had nearly 77 percent when it released. 



morenoingrato said:
It's because of The Dark Knight Rises teaser


HAHAHA YES!!! :D

 

I'm gonna see it tomorrow night. Soo pumped for it and SOOOOOOOOOOOOOO PUMPED TO SEE THE DARK KNIGHT RISES TEASER!!!



Cross-X said:
morenoingrato said:
It's because of The Dark Knight Rises teaser


HAHAHA YES!!! :D

 

I'm gonna see it tomorrow night. Soo pumped for it and SOOOOOOOOOOOOOO PUMPED TO SEE THE DARK KNIGHT RISES TEASER!!!

Heh,I wouldn't get too excited,they don't show that many footage,just like the previous TDK teaser..They've barely started filming the movie.



Loved it. The beginning was a little weak, but the battle scene and the duel at the end were great pay-offs.