I loved the movie! There were some not-so-child-friendly scenes, but all in all, I think it was pretty good. I'm glad that I had read the book because there was a scene where something jumps out at Harry and I already had my face covered in preparation. Haha. I didn't approve of the additions and cuts that they made to the story, but other than that it was an entertaining piece of work. There was an entire scene added that wasn't in the book and a whole scene cut out of the ending that I thought should have been there. Not to mention they skipped the whole first chapter of the book and chose not to introduce the new Minister of Magic (he has been casted for the next movie though). I will definitely seeing it again soon despite these gripes. I don't want to say too much because then I'd give it away.
I did feel a little silly because I was the only hardcore wizard that I could see. There were people who were mildly dressed up in graduation robes and Halloween costumes, but I was decked out. I could see people openly laughing at my attire and it was also boiling in the line, but I refused to take off the robe. I mean really, if you're at a midnight showing of Harry Potter you're a nerd already. You may as well embrace it.
I have always been a big fan of Draco Malfoy, a minor league villain, because I thought he was a good looking guy. After looking at photos online, I've decided that it is definitely his character and the way he portrays Malfoy that I find attractive. Tom Felton is not such an attractive fellow. Yeek. I don't know what I was thinking.