Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1

2010

Action / Adventure / Family / Fantasy / Mystery

563
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 78%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 84%
IMDb Rating 7.7 10 389002

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Emma Watson as Hermione Granger
Daniel Radcliffe as Harry Potter
Ralph Fiennes as Lord Voldemort
Domhnall Gleeson as Bill Weasley
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Mario J Ramirez 2 / 10

So boring it hurts my eyes!!!!!!

Well how do we start?

This film contains great values, such as the photography and... the photography... nothing else.

This film moves by slow hard taking and non exciting steps. All that happens is you see the main protagonists suffer and wander around for nearly 3 hours!!!! I know fans are expecting a dignifying adaptation to the best selling book, however translating the book to script phrase by phrase was too much.

The film falls for other several stuff, starting with the performances, they really don't improve at all and all we get is the same wooden, stiff expressions we've seen since 2001. Then we get the script treatment, it's just a translation from the book! The story is not meant to be two separate films but a 6-hour-long feature (even Peter Jackson handled himself to give each part of LOTR trilogy its own climax). However this joke of a film doesn't care for the development of the argument or anything else. Without part 2 it's nothing but a boring sequence of scenes with no goal at all.

I really expected a much more fun film, however this one kicks the bucket. By some hard, well planned edition job they could have saved ourselves more than an hour of boringness (and even one film maybe).

All in all, this film is proof that a darker sequel or a faithfully written book adaptation not necessarily give as a result a good movie.

Reviewed by axeljong 8 / 10

I Recommend It

Harry (Daniel Radcliffe, Now You See Me 2), Hermione (Emma Watson, Beauty and the Beast) and Ron (Rupert Grint, Driving Lessons) return to go out on their last adventure to stop the dark lord, Voldemort (Ralph Fiennes, The Grand Budapest Hotel), which leads them to destroy the remaining Horcruxes while being on the run from the magical community. The First part of the Deathly Hallows movies works beautifully as a normal movie while being a fine addition to the Harry Potter movie series, though the movie changes the tone of the series dramatically as if the Goblet of Fire didn't do that enough. The movie does cram a lot into its running time, end in a cliffhanger and rely upon coincidences quite a bit but still manages to be a good movie because of the amazing acting and writing, making it a highly recommended movie.

Reviewed by DreadfulA 6 / 10

"I require your wand?"

Said Voldemort to Lucius Malfoy. A very double minded line right there, makes me chuckle everytime. Seriously though, I mean, this seems to be a serious movie, right? It's just so hard to take it seriously, because you don't feel any danger and for that don't really care about the characters either. Deathly Hallows should be the grand finale of Harry Potter saga, but manages mostly to bore you with its endless running sequences that seem go nowhere. Every now and then Harry and co stop on their tracks and speculate things, just because the plot requires so. Even the rivalry between Harry and Ron was written poorly and was not believable, although nice idea.

Best aspects of the movie are cinematography and acting, which for the most part is pretty good. Worst is Voldemort, who is also the biggest problem here. He's a jester, not an evil wizard that raises terror. You don't fear him, because his dialogue, manners and whole appearance are silly. He looks like a fragile cancer patient who is asking for blood from his nonexistent nose by acting like an idiot. Why won't someone just punch him in the face and be done with it. He's no Sauron or Lord Sidious or anyone who has intelligence and true might to challenge the world. He just flattens the whole saga and makes Harry's ordeal meaningless.

Early scene where Hermione erased her muggle parents' memories of her was quite effective. But I think the magic also affacted me, because it's hard to recollect any other scenes or moments that made an impression. At least Deathly Hallows part 1 is better than part 2, which was horrible and "short" for a Potter movie, just waste of space.

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