Libby, Shannon, and I had a great visit to the Purdue campus this past weekend to watch a performance of "The Very Hungry Caterpillar" (and other Eric Carle stories). We went with my parents and Libby's cousin Kaia. The three plays were pretty neat - they were all done in the dark with black lights:
I was lucky enough last night to get into a sneak preview of the seventh Harry Potter movie, "The Deathly Hallows". It will be released into theaters this coming Friday. Many thanks to Mikey V for bringing me along with him.
This movie was, by far, the best Harry Potter movie to date. Because it only covered half of the final Potter book the pace was slowed down enough to feel more like a movie and less like a confusing jumble of plot points and thrill rides.
Some bright points:
- Darker themes and more mature storyline.
- Great chemistry between the trio of Harry, Ron, and Hermione.
- Much improved house-elf animation (particularly the facial expressions of "Creature").
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I will post more Libby soon - for now, enjoy the just-released trailer for Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince: