Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2

2011

Action / Adventure / Drama / Fantasy / Mystery

681
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 96%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 89%
IMDb Rating 8.1 10 643326

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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 vane117 3 / 10

David Yates managed to kill the end of the series

SERIOUS SPOILERS INCLUDED ***************************** David Heyman, the Producer of the Harry Potter films, made the single biggest mistake of his career when he decided that the Director of each film would be offered the opportunity to direct the next. Chris Columbus did a great job working with the young inexperienced actors and actresses in the first 2 films. Alfonso CuarĂ³n and Mike Newell did good jobs with the next 2 (I wish Goblet of Fire had been split into 2 films to include many more subplots, but the primary emotional content was maintained). For various reason, each of these three directors stopped.

Then David Yates entered the scene and proceeded to dramatically change the feel of the films. For lack of a better word, the "magic" was expunged and everything took on a more "realistic" look. Films 5 and 6 were terrible compared with the books. I initially blamed 5 on the fact that Steve Kloves did not write the screenplay, but I now know I was wrong.

The film of Deathly Hallows, Part I was OK, but it was simply the setup for the emotional second half.

I just saw Deathly Hallows, Part II this evening and I was speechless. In addition to adding useless parts to the narrative, critical emotional scenes were eliminated (e.g. final conversation with Dumbledore and the final conversation between Harry and Voldemort/Tom Riddle where Harry gave Voldemort on last chance to find remorse).

Yates even managed to suck the life out of one of the most exciting moments in the book, where Molly Weasley intervenes to save Ginny from Bellatrix and yells "Not my daughter, you bitch!" In the film, Molly calmly makes this statement as if she is some western gunfighter.

The final scene between the 3 main characters (not including the epilogue) had NO life at all.

David Yates - shame on you.

Thank goodness we will always have the books.

Reviewed by warkama 9 / 10

LEGENDARY!

Best cinematic universe out there! Thank you J.K Rowling.

Reviewed by manimehraei 8 / 10

Well done! The only weakness was related to the story itself.

J.K.Rowing is a gifted writer with great talent for imagination. However, her weakness reveals itself in logical parts of the story. She created a new world with its own rules, but the problem is that she couldn't define the rules vividly, and the reason is that she wasn't able to do so!!! Anyways, we should admit that her books are magical and indeed very interesting. I'm a fan myself since I was 12.

When it comes to the movie, the acting and the visual effects were almost perfect and the director did a memorable job. The sound effects and music are also amazing.

I can't stop watching the final part. And, I'm sure fans are always waiting for more. Fantastic beasts couldn't satisfy our thirst in my opinion. I believe the linkage between Harry Potter movies to related potential movies can be much stronger if J. K. Rowling would write next projects with other talented script writers.

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