Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1 Movie Reviews

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  • 5
    I was so happy, excited and sad all in the same time when I was sitting in the theater. I knew that the last film will be good but I was not expecting it to be that good, it was absolutely awesome and I praise David Yates for making the best Harry Potter film yet. The film was full of action and it stayed true to the book. Even though the ending was a bit different from the book, it was still very good. I am seeing this film again and again because it was amazing and because it is the last Harry Potter film.
  • 5
    In the final adventures of Harry Potter and his two best friend, are maybe the last years of the war between good and evil. Lord Voldemort vs. young 17 year old Harry Potter. Haryy has already seen his parents grave, faced a deadly snake who wants to kill the young wizard and witch, faced the loss of Profeeser Dumbledore, hid godfather Sirus Black, both his parents, and more people to come. What tennager can handle all that? He can but can her handle more deaths in the final battle? Will he be able to? Does he still love Ginny? Or is Ron right and Harry is in love with Hermoine. Just a few more horcuxes then battle Voldmort. Will he die? Or will he survive the massive hurt and battle?
  • 5
  • 5
    What the hell? How can you not have heard of Harry Potter? These movies/books aren't boring and they're not really short, why don't you look up what they're about before you go watching them, then writing a crappy review because you didn't know what the hell you were doing.
  • 5
    Is this guy who wrote the review about some Mathematician serious? Pull your head out of the scientific books and take a look around you... You have not heard of these movies?
  • 2
    Boring. Too short. Thought it was going to be a story about an English mathematician and his lifelong struggle to develop an appreciation for art, but it was something about wizards and magic and such nonsense instead.
  • 4
    It's unusual for a movie series to improve over time. The Harry Potter series is an excellent example of this. It started with two uninspired films directed by Chris Columbus, then started moving into darker territories, and now here we are, part one of the final book, the Deathly Hallows. This film may be slow at times, but it packs a lot in, and it's an incredibly entertaining beginning of the end.
    I'm not going to bother giving a plot summary. If you haven't seen any of these films before, don't even bother with this one this weekend. This is not a movie you can come in green to. And even if you've seen a couple of these films, too much has gone on for you to be able to keep up. JK Rowling has created a very detail rich world, and amazingly, the filmmakers throughout the series have been able to balance the immense depth with the necessity to keep things going onscreen.
    David Yates directs his third installment of the series, and the series is better for it as well. Whereas the other directors brought their own sense of style for one or two films, this one keeps things visually coherent with its predecessors. The kids (not really kids anymore) continue to improve as actors. Throughout, there is always a sense that you're never going to get resolution, but that's the point. This is Part I, and I bet when Part II is released, you'll put these two together and have one great film that brings this series to a thrilling conclusion.
  • 5
    If i dont see this opening night, ill die!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • 5
    Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Harry Potter 7) is more than just the seventh and final installment in J.K. Rowling's epic wizardry series. It is the keystone, the culmination of the 4000 or so previous pages. Rowling brings to Deathly Hallows a fully-realized world, complete with history, mythology, and a vast web of characters intertwined thoroughly with that history, that mythology, and with each other.
    It is a darker landscape since Voldemort's return to power and Dumbledore's subsequent demise at the wand of Severus Snape; many of Voldemort's followers have been released from Azkaban as have the Dementors, who now serve the Dark Lord's purposes as well. The Ministry of Magic, now controlled by Death Eaters, has instituted a campaign against muggle-borns that smacks of Nazi Germany, and Harry Potter is dubbed "Undesirable Number One," with a 2,000 galleon prize offered for his capture.
  • 5
    Colorado's preview screening of Harry Potter Next Thursday in the Springs! http://potterparty.com/

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