Friday, July 22, 2011

Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part Two : Movie Review

*Warning* Contains Spoilers.

I was one of the lucky thousands to get to see Harry Potter on the 15th of July. It feels special seeing things on opening day, right? Anyway. I went with my cousins which was cool - it was a late birthday gift :)
 Anyway, when we arrived in the cinema I wasn't too excited. I mean, I thought Harry Potter was okay - a good movie, but nothing to be excited about. Though, when the movie began I sucked up every second of it with pure joy. The only thing I didn't really like was the ending. Too short and ending, not enough, not satisfactory.
 I'd probably give the movie 4.3 stars. Not five, I felt although it was a great movie, it wasn't the best so bye-bye .7.


My favourite scenes were nearish the end, now that I think of it. I liked some of the scenes with Neville in them because it was unexpected -but welcome- that he was a 'hero' instead of that useless little boy that kept doing things that made him look stupid he was in the earlier movies.
 I also absolutely adored the scene that goes as follows:

Harry: Come on Tom! Let's finish this the way we started!
*Grabs Voldemort by the face*
Harry: Together!


And if those lines weren't action packed enough, it looked like Harry was about to kiss Voldey in the face which added a little slice of hilarity in the middle of all that jazz we just saw. Death and what-not.
 I'm not great at writing reviews, at all really, and although this review may suggest I wasn't too pleased with the movie, I was thrilled. For seven days straight {a week!} all I've been thinking about is Harry, Harry Potter. I've made minature broomsticks, wands, capes, you name it - I've probably made it.
 I haven't read the books, so I've no idea if the movie goes well with it, though I do plan on it in the near-ish future.
 I didn't cry in the movie tho - just saying.
 I really recommend getting your dose of Harry Potter if you haven't seen it already.

If you have seen it, what was your favourite scene?

1 comment:

The Crazy Doll Lady!! said...

You have never read the books?? Oh wow you need to read them .. there is so much of the friendship and relationships that is missing in the movies the books are so much better ..

If you do not like reading that long of books .. check your library .. we get ours on tape and I love listening to them ..

Marsali