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"I really enjoyed the books. I have two children who also really enjoy the books and we've seen most of the films. We're hoping to go tomorrow to see the last one. If I can find somewhere cheaper than the Odeon we may well do that. We don't go to the cinema very often but it's a treat. It's also a family member's birthday this week so we thought we'd treat ourselves."
"[The Odeon prices] are ridiculous. It's much too expensive to take a family of four to the Odeon regularly. I did take my daughter last year and it was about 20 for two of us. It was ridiculous. We'd rather wait until it's out on DVD as it's cheaper and you get to keep it as well. [Deathly Hallows] been really hyped up. Adults will have to take their children to see it because they've read it."
Some queued. Some even camped. But did Lincolnites join the hordes of Harry Potter fans as they flocked to see the final instalment of the fantastical franchise, despite the highest cinema ticket prices in the region?
July 22, 2011 at 9:20pm
"I have only recently read the last two novels in light of the film. I think it's great; it's encouraging children to read more. My daughter's started reading them all from the beginning again. I think it's really positive. I have seen all of the films, but not at Converse Dainty Mid Trainers
I saw it at midnight in a jam packed theatre! I enjoyed it but was expecting better, but that probobly because it was hyped up to much. Loved the CGI, story line (something actually happened in this one), and overall good acting.
a bit of a trek but it's a lot cheaper."
July 22, 2011 at 11:34pm
Lynn McEwan (42) Lincoln, teacher
Haven seen any of the films or read any of the books. Mainly because I an adult.
A week after its general release, part 2 of Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows is still working its magic on the spellbound nation. The film took over 9 million during its opening day in the UK, smashing the record held by its predecessor, part 1.
"I read all of the books when they came out but I've not really paid much attention to the films really.
"[The amount the film has made] is crazy. J K Rowling will be rolling in it now. But [the price] is ridiculous. I'll only go on a Wednesday and I still feel a bit like I'm being robbed. The one in Woodhall Spa is Converse White Men
went to see was Transformers. I go the cinema in Newark. Reel Cinema is a couple of quid cheaper [than the Odeon]."July 22, 2011 at 3:04pm
"I absolutely love the books and the films were brilliant. The only disappointing thing was the price you had to pay to watch it at the Odeon. I'll always go back and read them again and again. Everyone's absolutely hooked."
I prefer books over films because you can make it your own. But everyone has their own representation. I've watched a few but not the most recent ones. When they bring out a Converse Boots Black box set I may be more interested in buying it and watching them all.
I love Harry Potter and am an avid fan of both the books and films. I saw DH part 2 twice on the first weekend at the Odeon and paid for the premium seats since premium is now only 1.10 more than a regular seat. I go see it again if the opportunity arose, too.
Kyle McCarthy (24) Newark, railway worker
Brendan Lawlor (23) Lincoln, care home worker
Harry Potter hysteria
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the cinema because it's too expensive.
I think it outrageous to charge 9 for a cinema ticket, but at least it made the premium seats seem like a bargain!
Kate Leal (30) Lincoln, full time mum
"I can't stand [Harry Potter]. It's all a bit too camp for my liking. I know a few mates who have enjoyed it but it's not my scene.
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