J.K. Rowlings

This week, Fat Guy Kevin Carr dances with joy because it’s the only time you can dress up in flowing robes and head to the cineplex to see a movie based on an alleged children’s book and not get arrested. After cinching his wizarding cloak around his waist with his Gryffindor scarf, he sails off to check out Winnie the Pooh. Then, from the dysfunctional head cases in the Hundred Acre Wood, Kevin sneaks into the screening room next door to watch Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II only to discover he doesn’t have his 3D glasses. Curses!


Drinking Games

The penultimate Harry Potter film is now available on DVD and Blu-ray, which is as much cause for celebration as my proper use of the word “penultimate.” This is one of the longest Harry Potter films, and there’s still more to come after its 146 minutes are over. That would, of course, be Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II, due in theaters this summer. To catch up on things and ready yourself for the final movie, you can enjoy the first part with a drink in hand. Whether it be Polyjuice Potion, pumpkin juice or good a old fashioned brew, knock a few back in honor of Harry Potter.

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