Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part: 2 Review (9.5/10)

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part: 2

Harry Potter, the series of my childhood, my twilight, my reading addiction, my drive to go to the movies, and unfortunately it has ended. But what will this low rating reviewer say about the new Harry potter movie? Keep reading and find out.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows Part: 2

As a reviewer, you can imagine my excitement when I was invited to a pre-screening of Harry Potter and the deathly Hallows part: 2, however I signed a waver promising not to give away any revealing details so no *spoiler alert* warning necessary

Lets just say that any loose ends that left you unsatisfied (for anybody that is a movie watcher, and not a book reader) you are promised not to be disappointed with this movie after it commences. You will finally see who wins in the battle of good and evil, and much more interestingly (in my opinion at least) what the @$#% was going on with Snape!!!! Was he good the whole time?was he bad then have a change of heart? I promise this movies will not disappoint!

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows Part: 2 Follow up review

If there is enough interest, I will do a follow-up review (filled with many more spoilers) once I am allowed to after the first official screening of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows Part: 2.

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3 thoughts on “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part: 2 Review (9.5/10)

  1. I really enjoy studying on this internet site , it holds great posts .

  2. All in all, all of the character and charm of the series was zapped away in an attempts to produce this last movie is action-packed as possible. It is a shame to see one thing that you have grown up with, learned to really like, taken and twisted into somebody’s ‘vision.’ I imply, why bother adding your own unimportant scenes to the film, when there are perfectly good ones in the book that you did not bother making use of at all? There’s no…bonding with the characters, no connection with them you felt in Element 1. I did not really feel the love for this film like I had with the book. There was just so significantly significance that was left out of that film, and it’s such a shame. It had such possible to become a amazing movie, and it fell short all simply because of the adjustments that had been unnecessarily created.

    • Thank you so much for saying that, after a while of thinking about it I cannot possibly agree with you more. In the end the producers sold out and neglected the details for the true fans to make it action packed and a box office hit.

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