BIRMINGHAM - At a recent showing of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part One at the local Cineworld, there was one person who knew the entire story before the film had started.
"It was so annoying," said Mary Wallis, long-time friend of spoofer, Inhopeless. "He had read this book, which was obviously a synopsis book of the entire movie. It even had bits from the second part, and that hasn't even been released yet!"
Several strangers had noticed the young man reading the synopsis book and looking up every so often and tutting.
"I saw this lad," said John Ventis, "So rude. He went to see a move, and he had read this synopsis book, while looking at the movie. Honestly, why the hell would you read a book about the movie, and then go see it? Why the hell would he spoil the directors craftmanship and ruining it for the rest of us who didn't 'cheat'?"
Inhopeless had this to say: "The book? Yeah, the movie wasn't as good. People kept looking at me weirdly."