I absolutely loved this movie! I'm an ardent Harry Potter fan (Read all the books, write/read fanfiction, watch movies frequently, ect) and so I went to see the midnight showing. I wouldn't drink anything because I didn't want to have to get up and pee, but the movie was so interesting I didn't need a drink to keep me awake! I'm a big time Ron/Hermione lover, so I was especially satisfied with the movie. I wrote a list of brilliant R/Hr moments so that I wouldn't forget them! They were wonderful, little things, little glances, touches, hugs... just awesome. One issue I had was not with the movie, but the audience. People were bringing very young kids to the movie because they'd read the books and thought it was okay. Apparently, the PG-13 warning wasn't enough. The movies are graphic versions of the books, and they DO go all out. It was terrible having the young kids in the theater and thinking, "Oh my god. This kid is seeing this." It took away a bit of the enjoyment, because there was a 7/8/9 year old in my row and I kept glancing at his face, which was not that of a child who should have been seeing the movie. The movie starts out emotional from the get-go, when one of the characters takes away her parents' memories. This may be rough for young children to handle. I'm a teen, and I almost burst into tears at the sight of this character vanishing from all the photos she was in. It might weird out a young kid to see Dan Radcliffe in various states of undress and in a bra in one of the early scenes. Two huge deaths take place within minutes of each other, and one is a biiiiig character that everyone will be upset to see die. The character's limp body is shown falling out of the sky, and then not given one mention after that, which I thought was awful. Someone's ear is cut off, and there's a disgusting amount of blood (my mom had to hide her face). Later, they make a joke of it. Much of Ginny's back is exposed to Harry, and they make out for quite a while. Ginny's brother actually sneaks into the room, grinning, and watches them for a while before saying, "Morning," which had everyone in the audience laughing, but was pretty weird. At the wedding, people are attacked, and teen characters go directly for their romantic opposites. At a cafe, the trio is attacked by adults, and then are forced to take away their memories. There's fighting between friends and loved ones. A woman is suspended in midair with death eaters looking at her, then eaten by a snake. The trio knocks out three adults and impersonates them at the ministry of magic, then stuns an official. Ron's man's wife kisses him, and then he melts back into Ron as she does so, making it very awkward because he's underage and she's in her late 20s or early 30s. Ron's bare chest is shown, and he's bleeding very badly because parts of his arm is missing. A snake pops out of a woman's body, and it jumps out at you surprisingly a few times, which made everyone in the theater gasp in shock. Several times, the trio is betrayed by adults, and adults try to harm these young children. The worst part was when Harry and Hermione make out. They are very, very clearly topless, and you can easily see the curve of Hermione's breast. This is awkward, especially when you know that it's Ron's worst nightmare, and he and Harry are both LOOKING at it. This was not as sexual in the book, so everyone was surprised and a little disgusted. What made it worse was the fact that Ron and Harry didn't talk about it when it was over, unlike in the books. A character is tortured, and you can hear her screams and cries very well, and derogatory word is carved into her skin when it's over. A beloved character is killed by a knife, and his death is long and drawn out. Many people, including myself, were sobbing. But, while this may sound like I'm saying the movie was awful, it really wasn't. Quite the opposite, it was epic. I'm just listing things parents might find as issue.