Harry Potter Part 2 Premieres Make the Track End [Movie Review]

Harry Potter Part 2 Premieres Make the Track End [Movie Review]

Harry Potter Part 2 Premieres Make the Track End.

Movie Review:

The franchise had been losing steam, but rejoice and universal hero Harry Potter receives a grand finale with Deathly Hallows Part 2. No drama, action, terror, danger, death, special effects and a lot of magic as the top three most beloved fictional characters meet their end. But what really makes the film special is the emotional quotient high as heroes just happen neath, love and desire for change lovers in the shadow of death, and friends give new meaning to friendship. Many times, the film touches the heart and fills the eyes with a strange mist … something that rarely happened in the meetings of the latter.

The highlight of the final is the omnipresence of Lord Voldemort and high-voltage encounter between evil and wizard Harry Potter. If Daniel Radcliffe creates one of the young heroes of the film more believable – both moving and brave – Fiennes is what gives a dignity and their interpretation unbridled terror of evil. Equally attractive are faithful lieutenants Potter: Ron Weasley geek and super-smart Hermione Granger.


The film is basically a collection of exquisite pieces of joint action in which Harry Potter and his friends try to fulfill their tasks, which leads to the final event at Hogwarts. Most notable are the robbery in Gringotts Bank, where the trio tries to steal Gryffindor’s sword, the army’s attempts to break the defense Voldemort at Hogwarts, the meeting between Potter and Dumbledore, Severus Snape meeting (Alan Rickman) Nagina and the snake incident and several others.

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