I could only see the small section of the front of the line on the 4th floor side of the interior sets of the lobby doors but on the other side perhaps the gender ration evened out. Could be a miscalculation based on my small amount of anecdotal evidence.
Soz? What did I think? It was very well made and I thoroughly enjoyed it very much. But it was the first Harry Potter film that I had felt the filmmakers were talking over the heads of those (like myself) who did not read any of the books.
Key plot points that seemed to fly out of nowhere that made me wonder how did Harry and the gang get to figuring out (especially so early in the film). Perhaps I did myself a disfavor by not revisiting the other films in a row before seeing the Deathly Hallows.
The acting (especially between the three leads) was great as usual. Loved the deep and dark score. Hope it grabs an Oscar nomination come Academy season.
It seemed to me that there were far too many insider jokes (possible book references) that I couldn't understand. I didn't get that feeling when I watched the other movies in the franchise. Not a complaint but just a noticeable comment. Possible Oscar nods for Art Direction, Direction, and the tech nods as well.