Review: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II
RecommendedA decade-spanning saga reaches its end with an unholy mass of dedicated Pot-heads clambering onto their replica Nimbus 2000s in preparation for an unforgettable experience. Pressured much? The pace in Part 2 directly opposes that of Part 1, constantly stupefying audiences in the face with relentless wizard/witchery war scenes that are nothing short of badass. The ultimate plot turn is done with the utmost tenderness, yielding tragically moving results. There isn't a full sense of closure with all characters (somewhat understandable) and the last scene left me under-whelmed. Nevertheless, this is a titanic conclusion to an impressive, monumental pop-cultural phenomenon.