1. Title : Harry Potter : Deathly Hallows, Part 2
2. Release date : 15 July 2011 (United States), 14 July 2011 (Malaysia)
3. Director : David Yates
4. Starring :
Helena Bonham Carter
5. Language : English
6. Genre : Fantasy
7. Official website : Harry Potter : Deathly Hallows, Part 2
Exactly 10 years after the first Harry Potter film, the fantasy lives on. For those who have been following the journey of Harry Potter since the first film, the last film seems to be a bittersweet ending, that it finally ends yet we are sad that it has to end.
In this last installment of the film, the Boy Who Lives with his friends try to destroy every horcrux that belongs to Voldemort. But it is not as easy as it sounds as Voldemort is back and better than before, though he still does not have a proper nose. With the Elder Wand, he plans to destroy Harry Potter and those who dares to go against his wish. Harry Potter, knowing that he is the only one who can stop Voldemort, returns to Hogwarts and had a duel with Voldemort, once and for all. But that of course, after Hogwarts is destroyed by Voldemort and his black magic armies.
This last film of Harry Potter answers all the questions that might have played in your mind before this, about how the Elder Wand works, Dumbledore's actual plan, Snape and his relationship with Harry Potter. Those are the twists that make the film the one that completes any doubts that might have lingered. But the thing that impresses me is when the Voldemort's armies attacked Hogwarts. The scene was certainly full of tense moments, especially when many of the characters died during the attack. There is also that indescribable feeling when we watch Harry meeting Dumbledore and his parents, James and Lily Potter. We also got to see Snape during his younger years, seeing him falling in love and heartbroken yet still yearning for that love. This is one part that we can rarely see from Snape's side which makes us to feel pity for him and what it made him become.
To see that it finally comes to an end certainly gives you that mix feeling.I am certainly satisfied with this last film. Though towards the end, the scenes seem to be rushed. I don't think it would be a problem if they add another half an hour and elaborate the few final scenes better. Harry Potter certainly defines the decade of 2000 and it is certainly a series that will be remembered for years to come.
Thursday, July 14, 2011
11:34 AM Syafiq