Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part II Trailer: Harry Potter is the Movie Equivalent of Invisible Ink
I'm sure you all have certain friends who you meant to call at one point, and you just never got around to it, and suddenly a week turned into a month and a month turned into a year and suddenly you haven't spoken in two years, and it's just too awkward to deal with. So you just write that friendship off, until a wedding or a funeral or some other events transpire to bring you back together. (Aside: That's the exact relationship I have with my mother, who I haven't spoken to in three years. It's not that I'm angry with her, I just waited too long, and now it feels like I need a really, really good excuse to justify not speaking to her for three years).
Anyway, that's also how I feel about this new Harry Potter trailer, which came out two days ago, and which anyone who cares about Harry Potter has probably already seen. It's not that I didn't like the HP trailer two days ago; I just never got around to posting it. And now it's awkward. It's even more awkward because it's a really stupendous trailer. But, then again, Harry Potter movies (and even the marketing) is a lot like those creatures in the new season of "Doctor Who." They're great while you're watching, but as soon as you turn your head, you've completely forgotten about it. I barely remember what's in this trailer, and I watched it three minutes ago. It's like invisible ink.
Here's the trailer:
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