It's the beginning of the end as Rowling's seventh and final book in the saga was divided into two films. As the trio of Harry (Radcliffe), Hermione (Watson), and Ron (Grint) approaches adulthood they are forced to venture away from the confines of Hogwarts in search of the Horcruxes, which are the secret to Voldemort's (Fiennes) power, even as the Death Eaters seize control of Hogwarts and the Ministry of Magic. But the stress of being out in the world alone to find them, then figuring out how to destroy them, all while outrunning various attacks puts an unforeseen strain on their friendship. By far the gloomiest and most suspenseful of the series as the climactic ending looms. Not for Muggle nonbelievers.
In Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1, the seventh and second to last installment of the epic Harry Potter series based on the writings of J.K. Rowling, director David Yates spins a dark and thrilling web that will surely keep audiences stuck to their seats. Though the premise ...Read More
Being a HUGE fan of harry potter myself I have been looking forward to the double movie finale for a long time. I went to see this film on the day it came out and I was very excited. I was desperately hoping it would be equally as good as the others, and luckily it completely succeeded with no doubt. I'm going to keep this short but all in all I love this film and I can't wait for the next instalment.