Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II

(2011)

It all ends here. Part two of the climactic finale of the Harry Potter series (JK Rowling's last book, The Deathy Hallows, was split in two for the movies) brings the epic to a close, including the final showdown between Voldemort and Harry, and the destruction of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.... More

After destroying one Horcrux and discovering the significance of the three Deathly Hallows, Harry, Ron and Hermione continue to seek the other Horcruxes in an attempt to destroy Lord Voldemort. However, now that the Dark Lord has obtained the yet unbeatable Elder Wand, he aims to complete his final stage to ultimate power and launches an attack on Hogwarts School, where the trio return for one last stand against the dark forces that threaten to take over the Wizarding and Muggle worlds.

Joining the cast this time is Ciarán Hinds as Aberforth Dumbledore, brother of Albus.Hide

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Speaking as a casual viewer of the Harry Potter franchise – i.e. someone who has never read the books and won’t bawl their eyes out when the finale fades to black – Deathly Hallows: Part II still strikes me as a perfectly acceptable capper to the series. In parts, the film seems rushed – there’s an unmistakable feeling of stepping-up to reach the end – but it helps to remember that it’s essentially one long sustained climax, the conclusion of an entire saga. Certain plot points will remain incomprehensible to non-fans, but there’s so much glorious, eye-filling incident to be had that it won’t be an issue while you’re watching it (post-film reflection is another story


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BY morgana1972 superstar

I Have never read the Books.... but I've seen ALL the Movies & it all had to end someday.


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 bigspendakev superstar

Seems to be another production line mishap I really liked the books and the first three films but then they just kept coming and coming and they seemed to lose there magic


wow is that what all the hype was about. I havnt read the books so was finding out about harry potter from the movies but what a big rush this movie was. I t was like tidying up a whole lot of loose ends very fast before the time ran out so wasnt; really much of a movie. I also find the character of voldemort not so great & a very wimpy & weak character & the battles with him all seem to be over pretty quick in all the movies including this one so don't know what all this secret... More business is all about & what theyre so scared of. perhaps its better in the book to the movie as I havnt read them so cant judge on that. I prefer the earlier movies to this one. & at the end do they really look 19 years older?Hide


I found this movie was too rushed & found it was trying to fit everything in before the time was up. I thought that when it had ended we had only been there for an hour it was so rushed. So we didn't enjoy it & could have left it but of course you're drawn to watch it because it's the end of a series. I also find voldemort in the movies a very weak & insipid character & not much of a character so don't understand the hoopla about him in the movies. He is better in the book that... More I have read & I don't think he has come across as well as in the book.Hide


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The Press Reviews

  • What becomes of the broken-hearted? We've made it to the final Harry Potter film. There will be no more goblins to gawk at, no more shouts of "Bloody hell!" from Ron – no more Harry!? Yet rather than having an empty yearning feeling inside, I feel satisfied. Full Review

  • Fusing spectacle and emotion into a thrilling final chapter, director David Yates ensures that the series goes out with a bang. Finales don't come much grander than this. Full Review

  • This is the Harry Potter film I've been waiting for in many ways; perhaps, it was inevitable that it would be the final film which got it right, but as a closing chapter, it's near perfect and is the best send off it could ever have been given. Full Review

  • With its accelerated rhythm, relentless flow of incident and wizard-war endgame, Part 2 will strike many viewers as a much more exciting, involving picture than the slower, more atmospheric Part 1. Full Review

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