Two things that keep bothering me about movies in the UK:
1. Before every movie there is a card that shows on screen to certify that X movie is indeed viewable to cinema audiences. It is has two spaces below which are meant to be signed by the head of the Board of Censors and the director of the film. Now Quentin whatsisname may very well be the head Censor. But who is David Cooke, and why does he sign his name instead of--oh, I don't know--the person who directed the damn movie? Peter Jackson was the only one who ever signed this weird but necessary document, and it made me love him even more. I mean, I know directors are busy, but it's this attention to detail that wins people over.
2. The audience leaving before the credits. RUDE. So many people worked hard to bring the movie out; if we liked it isn't it only common courtesy to sit through everyone's names? People who leave before the credits are rude, rude
Which is to say, I saw Order of the Phoenix. :D
It's too soon to give a coherent opinion, but....It was all kinds of AWESOME.