That being said, the group next to us and a decent percentage of the crowd around us had gotten dressed up for the occasion. There were several Hogwarts uniforms from all of the houses. A couple of snitches and owls, one phoenix, a few Lunas and even one Dumbledore. For my part, I sported my homemade Gryffindor House scarf; my first attempt at knitting several years ago that took me the better part of one camp season to make. Sculls went rogue and wore her Forks sweatshirt, but the vibrant teal made her easy to spot in the crowd.**SPOILER ALERT** The movie was GREAT!! As always, they have to cram so much into such a short amount of time. At least they put this 784 page novel into two movies giving us much more Potter than in a single movie. Lots of excitement and adventure and a bit of romance. There were a few moments, particurlarly involving the snake Nagini, that are going to make excellent (and scream-worthy) 3-D moments. I don’t plan to see it in 3-D, I tend to get too dizzy to enjoy whatever I’m watching. The opening scenes where they show people packing up and leaving to hide were a great intro. Watching Hermione obliviate her parents brought tears to my eyes. That scene wasn’t specifically in the book and usually I’m against movies adding major things (it’s bad enough they have to take things out), but it was so moving and just summed up the emotions so well. From beginning to end, it was a highly enjoyable movie. I need to go see it again in the theaters at a more decent hour.