Trailers are popping up all over the internet this week, signaling the oncoming rush of summer blockbusters. Once Thor hits theaters next week, all bets are off.

Case in point, the new trailer for Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows – Part 2. Or, as I like to call it, HP7.2 (so geeky!)

I have a history of “Meh” when it comes to the Harry Potter films. It’s always been kind of peripheral to my interests. I never read the books, I never got swept up in the hype. I’ve seen the majority of the movies, but DEFINATELY lost interest after the sprawling mess that was Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire.

I saw Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix in the theater, but I don’t remember it. I waited until Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince came out on DVD, but I don’t remember it. I didn’t bother seeing Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows – Part 2 at all.

I’m not curmudgeonly about it. I want to care. I just… don’t. For some reason, these films fail to connect with me. Maybe because they feel so repetitive? Or maybe they’re too British? And yet, that hasn’t stopped me from enjoying nearly a half century of James Bond films? What gives?

At any rate, here’s the new trailer. It’s… confusing.

Have you figured out what has me confused? Why did the people who cut this trailer together feel the need to include the same audio clip of Ralph Fiennes yelling “NYYYAHHHHHHH!” five different times? FIVE! What’s up with that? This is your last movie, people. Let’s go out with some class, can we?

Fiennes’s performance as Lord Voldermort has been the only interesting thing about the last 4 movies. The way this trailer is cut makes me kind of hate it now.

What’s your thought to the the new HP7.2 trailer? Are you prepared for the franchise to end? Leave your comments below.