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You Rate the New Releases: ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2’

It’s no secret by now that Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 ripped through the weekend box office like a bat out of hell – collecting several records along the way, including biggest midnight opening ($43.5 million), biggest opening day ($92.1 million) and biggest opening weekend total ($168 million). Sure, the fact that the final Harry Potter movie arrived in 3D certainly helped boost those numbers, but really it came down to it being, ya know, the final Harry Potter movie, like, ever. That kinda played a part in the high box office totals too.

How long will it take for another film to top those records? We’ll have to see – right off the bat we have The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 1 in November and then The Dark Knight Rises next July. If Potter’s records will be broken, chances are it’ll be one of those two films that defeat it.
 
Until then … we want to know what you thought of the film. Folks lined up for days and hours, to the point that more than 6,000 midnight screenings were sold out right here through Fandango. Obviously our readers are HUGE Harry Potter fans, and so it’s your opinion that counts the most. Tell us: What did you think of the final Harry Potter movie?
 
Sound off in our poll below and in the comments section …
 
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