Prince's tale was totally great, one of the best parts. I have seen this one at least 35-40 times. Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part 2 though received mixed reviews but still some critics have made their judgment as an improved version than the Part 1. What makes them fall apart like paper? The effects in the vault were great and the dragon looked good too. I was really looking forward to seeing him: Ok, now onto the awesome bits even though there were so many I could go on forever : - The Prince's Tale. Harry finishes off Voldemort and nobody cares? I missed that, and once again will despise the directors for it. The order uses it now as a safe house.
Kids who began reading the series at 9 or 10 can grow along with Harry, Ron, Hermione and the others and learn that life contains tragedies as we as triumphs. The ending seemed almost trite and devoid of the energy of the rest of the movies. Harry breaks the Elder wand and throws it into the lake. As a whole I am happy to say that while these films may not have been as great as the books themselves, they were by no means horrible films. There is blood, there are bodies and some of it quite sudden that it really throws you. Voldy's speeches: I love how they would physically hurt people's heads and cause them to have internal pain. I saw it during the midnight showing in 3d last night in a double bill with Deathly Hallows Part 1.
Like Fred's death was so sad in the book but in the movie he was just lying there. They should have cut Part One down to about 30~45 minutes, and merged that remainder into the beginning of Part Two, then released the whole as a 2:30 or perhaps 3:00 hour movie and be done. It was satisfying, and didn't take away from the story at the heart of the movie. Good parts: Hermione impersonating Bella. Again, it wasn't in the book but I liked that they went a bit astray. Like: - Hermione as Bella - incredible stuff from Helena. His acting is just impeccable.
The teachers stood up for him, and he wasted no time in confronting Snape who McGonagall then dealt with! But it encapsulates how I feel pretty well. Still, given that as my only criticism, the final movie in this franchise, was yet another piece of amazing film-making. As for the lack of cheering when Voldemort died, I am all for it. I saw part 2 in 3D which didn't really add anything and sort of distracted me from focussing on what was happening. The Dragon sequence was once again, brilliant. The way he says that is just I have no words. Piertotum Locomotor and the suits of armor coming down.
Especially the part where they show it being made from above. Seeing the twins together, Remus and Tonks, McGonagall loved her in this part , Mrs Weasley, Slughorn and Flitwick protecting the castle. This is where we learn the true loyalties of Severus Snape, and we see a better side of the Malfoy family. Alan Rickman and Dan Radcliffe were amazing. I would have to add that, especially in the case of one particular characters death, while the change may at first grate on some fans, the brevity of the scene is somewhat countered by a beautiful albeit largely silent moment not in the books given some 5-10 minutes before the death that will surely bring a tear to the eye. The pace hits another notch not yet experienced in the Harry Potter films and it truly does not let up. A spectacular finale to a spectacular series! McGonnogal and Snape duel: One of the best parts of the movie.
The ending where you see the future is one of my favorites--and it makes up for the trauma of losing nearly everybody you liked. It was just so weird and disrespectful in the eyes of someone who loves Bellatrix. Dissapointing things: - To much humor on inappropriate moments! Overall, it was great, the visuals, music, acting and characters were just amazing together. Break into the high security vaults of Gringotts Bank, escape … Step up and play the parts of your heroes in the epic finale of the entertainment event of the decade. I feel really conflicted about the movie - some parts I loved, some I hated. He made me cry incredibly hard. Snape's death and Prince's Tale.
I was so sad when he was holding Lily and crying. Opening with Snape on Hogwarts was good. It was so good and exciting the visuals and soundtrack gave me goosebumps and shivers. McGonagall's Statue Army and McGonagall herself. Just as a warning: You shouldn't watch this movie if you suffer from heart diseases or don't want your friends be mad at you because of crushed hands.
It felt so good to hear someone say it out loud. Play as Harry, Hermione, Ron, Ginny, Seamus, Neville, Molly Weasley and Professor McGonagall as they each play their part in the defence of Hogwarts and the destruction of Voldemort Epic Battles — Wield the power of accomplished wizards as you duel the most fearsome and formidable characters of the wizarding world. We've seen almost everything from it in the trailers, kind of disapointing. Goblet of Fire is nothing compared to this. There was humour in the seriousness, which I think is important to remember that J.