It has been a wild, clip-filled lead up to the theatrical release of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1," but it would not be complete without a Vlogbrothers song capturing our feelings before the midnight release of this, the second to the last Potter film. Hank Green of the Vlogbrothers does not disappoint! Watch This is Not Harry Potter below:
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When the movie ended I was just extremely pissed that I couldn’t watch Part 2 immediately. The movie as a whole was great though, despite the things they added/left out. I’m seeing it again tonight! Should be fun :D Also, Hank needs to write much more HP songs. I love him <3
wow that was fun-ny !!!!
It’s the first film I’ve been to where, when the audience realised it was finishing, they went ooooh! and then applauded the names of the director and actors as they appeared in the credits.
Saw the premiere wednesday here in Sweden. It was AWESOOOOOOOOOME!
Like this song by the way ;)
I agree with what he sings! Such a great video!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
By the way, saw the midnight show last night! AMAZING!
Fantastically clever song and video….it made my day! Thanks!
Good song. I mostly agree. (But Terry Pratchett is pretty good too.)
Vlogbrothers is awesome, and this song is too! DFTBA!
"Stay where you are."[br]"I haven't moved!" said Harry, his hand still on the doorknob. "So what's the message?"[br]"I have just given it to you, dolt," said Phineas Nigellus smoothly. "Dumbledore says, [i]'Stay where you are.'"[/i]
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