so i don't cry really and i really do not cry in public but the film was so much مزید than i could have hoped it would be and i got so into it that even though i new what was going to happen,when he called harry's name.... an with his little velcro trainers....and how he کہا he was happy here among friends....yep eyes definitely teared up, hand reached for the drink to hide the fact and i got a pain in my head from holding it together..R.I.P Dobby the Free elf :-)
I teared up during the movie, but bawled my eyes out in the book. But Dobby's last lines in the movie were really touching! "Such a beautiful place to be with... friends..." definitely a tear-jerker. :"(
No, not really...I just didn't feel the emotion that I felt in the book. It was as if they clicked the fastforward button and I didn't have a chance to really tear up... I know I cried so bad when I was reading the book, and I usually cry when someone dies, whether it's in a movie یا a book, but this really didn't touch my دل at all.
At the midnight دکھانا I went to, the entire theatre teared up [including me]. This really tough girl and her boyfriend behind me had tears streaming down their faces. The saddest part was when Dobby was talking about being surrounded سے طرف کی his friends!
i cried my دل out during that part: the elf's eyes found him, and his lips trembled with the effort to form words. "Harry...Potter..." And then with a little shudder the elf became quite still, and his eyes were nothing مزید than great glassy orbs, sprinkled with light from the stars they could not see. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows,by J.K. Rowlings, chapter twenty-three, Malfoy Manor, page number 476