The Harry Potter series is an amazing set of movies based upon a magic world beyond which our own thoughts could muster. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 was the closing chapter to this series, which made most of the giant fan base sad but at the same point and time excited.
Last night I went and watched the release of the new Harry Potter movie, as I have been following and watching all of the movies since they’ve began on the big screen. Here are my thoughts on the movie.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 was an awesome movie to watch. If you are a Harry Potter fan and did not make it to the midnight premiere, I highly recommend that you go and watch it. In this movie, Harry Potter, Ronald Weasely, and Hermione Granger take on their final task of defeating Lord Voldemort. With Professor Snape now as headmaster at Hogwarts, there has now been a different approach with Lord Voldemort. Lord Voldemort is not anymore a name that shouldn’t be spoken at Hogwarts and between the Slytherin House and Professor Snape, an almost peculiar welcoming vibe has been brought throughout the castle. Now, Harry Potter and his friends need to get back into Hogwarts in order to destroy one of the last horcrux’s that keeps Voldemort at such high power. Little do all the characters know that there’s another piece to the puzzle missing (This piece I will not give away).
As Harry and the rest of his followers return home to Hogwarts, it is clear that they are staying where they are and plan on putting up the biggest fight Lord Voldemort will ever face. How does it end though? That’s something you’ll have to find out for yourself by watching this amazing movie.
The actors and actresses in this particular Harry Potter movie did an excellent job as normal in portraying their characters. It’s really amazing to see how each of the main characters have grown into themselves. Hermoine Granger is now more of a woman with Harry and Ronald both realizing that she has great in the moment advice that has saved them numerous amounts of times in previous movies. While Ron in this movie has become so much more confident as himself as a wizard and a friend. Harry himself has also grown into a man who realizes his decisions can affect every single person he cares and loves for. Not only was this movie more action-packed than any other Harry Potter movie that’s been out, it also is the ending, and a decent one at that.
The slight skepticism I have is that the directors and J.K. Rowling have left one or two parts of the story unfinished. This will be discussed at a later point in time once the movie has been out in theaters longer.