Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II 3D All User Reviews (7)

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BY Stuart-Bland superstar

Thrilling, powerfully acted, and visually dazzling, Deathly Hallows Part II brings the Harry Potter franchise to a satisfying -- and suitably magical -- conclusion.

BY spaceman superstar

A fitting end to the series, enjoyable for the young and young at heart. great 3D effects

BY JayC4Shaw superstar

For all the fans who have been following, it was a great goodbye and a fit ending to our life with Hogwarts.

Loved this movie compared to the book, which I am sorry to say, fell flat at the end.

Loved the way we got to revisit each pivotal location one last time and loved the contrast from the once happy place to the dark time. So fitting.

Loved Snape

Though his reveal-ance of his true character was a tear jerker I wish it portrayed the darker side of Harry's father - with which, we... More would've gained paramount respect of Snape's hate towards Harry as well as Harry's gratitude towards the end. Where was the vision of James teasing Snape? Should have been there.

Also, did anybody noticed the child Lily had brown eyes? Weird.

One thing that got to me was the way Voldemort died. The fourth movie had a more epic moment between the two characters than this one did. WIth the likes of Avatar and Transformers effects I was expecting this final moment to be much more intense than it was. It was as if Voldemorts death, though expected, didn't have enough focus by the writers.

Professor Mcgonagal was LOVELY

The ending scene was beautiful, Emma Watson was the perfect mother I expected her to be - this was much better done than the book even, in my mind.

Funny that Ginny never really seems as important to Harry as Ron and Hermione are, and funnier still when they close up on the four at the end, and she all too quickly zooms out of the shot.

Still the fans and her characters emergence versus Cho's dismissal, always felt was quite sudden. It didn't provide adequate time for audiences to adjust to Harry's change of preferences.... Still, a great farewell for FANS.

All in all loved it but I do feel my love was more supported by my life's journey with the whole series rather than this movie standing on its own.Hide

BY RGoh lister

The way it ended turned out great because it was meant to be that they had to figt for hogwarts. sad that many of them died but i loved watching this movie.

BY CSBright superstar

This is a awsome movie its the great way to end a series i loved it im going to see it again this weekend

BY BrionyJae superstar

100% worth losing sleep over, by watching the 12:01am premiere. I was nervous about the 3D aspect, but it completely added to the viewing experience - I don't regret the extra money I spent for that. Too. Epic! :D

BY Jordan superstar

As a fan of the books and the films that have sprung from them, it is bittersweet to see that after a decade of huge success at the box office, the tale of Harry Potter comes to an end.

The film picks up directly where the first installment of the Deathly Hallows left us as Voldemort begins his journey to kill the one thing that stands in the way of his new world order, and that is Harry Potter.
The pacing for the first half of the film is relentless as we follow the 3 heroes on their quest... More to stop "He Who Must Not Be Named". It is engaging and thrilling, yet when the story backs off to let us in on certain plot points it is staggering like you've just jumped into a cold bath after a hot shower.
Though, once this speed resumes with a fantastic improvement to the final battle sequence that almost felt like it was a non-event in the book, we end up in a state of levity at it's conclusion.

Everyone is on display acting wise in this film, and it's marvelous to see how far our 3 heroes have come with their character still intact yet with newfound wisdom found over the 7 years we have joined them (story wise).
Daniel Radcliffe plays the consistently on form Harry Potter alongside Ralph Fiennes amazing embodiment of the antagonist, while Emma Watson and Rupert Grint provide the humour and smarts that help alleviate some of the darker moments of the film.
Maggie Smith with such little screentime, dominates again with her brilliant portrayal of the always caring Professor McGonagall, stealing a scene with a particular charming little spell and Michael Gambon continues his great portrayal of that of Professor Dumbledore.
Yet, much like the books, it has always been one character in the background that ties it all together outside of the viewers eye, and that is Severus Snape portrayed as if he were truly that person by Alan Rickman. Without the emotional tether created in this installment, the story would fall apart, but Rickman brings it all to the table, providing the gravity needed to sell us on all that has passed.

After 10 years and 7 films prior, it is a grand feat to provide a film that closes off the saga on par with those before.
This is not a perfect film by any means, but it is one that finishes the tale of the Boy Who Lived in a way he deserves, reminding us why we all fell in love with the tale originally.

And it will be told (or viewed) by many more, over years to come.Hide