Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part Two - Movie Review

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part Two

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part Two - Movie Review

The long-awaited finale arrives. The battle between good and evil, light and dark, Harry Potter and Lord Voldemort. The storm. With Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part One assembling all the variables for this movie, the editors and director were able to take the final battle scene by scene and portray the love and the loss as well as the fear and anxiety through both the characters and the storyline. 

The movie follows the general plotline of the book, as Harry returns to Hogwarts grounds and faces Snape, now headmaster of Hogwarts after murdering the previous headmaster Albus Dumbledore.

The movie has a general theme of splitting the characters, those for and against Harry and those for and against the Dark Lord. Overall, the battle ends with Harry getting a hold of the Elder Wand and being the master of death for a short while before splitting the wand into two and throwing it away. 

The battle sees more deaths of cherished characters such as Remus and Tonks, Fred Weasley, and Severus Snape. We see the death of a character that was much awaited and done perfectly by Molly Weasley, and that character is Bellatrix Lestrange.

Overall, the battle has extremely heartfelt moments that are to be remembered by Harry Potter fans all over the world. 

The Battle of Hogwarts has got to be one of the best edited and produced battle scenes in film history. With an excellent choice of music by composer Alexander Desplat, this movie is definitely a tribute to the books themselves and a parting gift to the audience.

It is safe to say that this movie had a ton of parts that gave the audience absolute chills, whether it was acting, music, or direction. This movie deserves a standing ovation as it was the closure the audience needed to this truly magnificent franchise; it also deserves a 9/10 for sheer brilliance.

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