Friday, July 15, 2011

Movie Review: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2

Hello world. Naturally, this movie had to be reviewed.
Let me start by saying that my best friend Laura Mora is so obsessed with Harry Potter, that she forced (although I was willing) me to see the Harry Potter premiere at midnight, but actually at 12:45, so the movie ended around 3:15. (That's a late night for someone who had just returned home from Oregon the previous day and had "worked" for 10 hours the whole day. I'm surprised I stayed awake.) I'm a pretty big HP fan, although not nearly as big as Laura Mora, and next summer we hope to visit Florida so we can go to The Wizarding World of Harry Potter. I'm excited.

Onto the movie!
I may or may not have had nightmares about Voldemort last night.
Okay, let's get to it. And, if I may be blunt, there isn't much to review about this movie. It's all rather straightforward.
My Grade for the Movie: A+
Look people, it's hard to give anything Harry Potter related less than an A+, because they're just so flipping fantastic. If you're a Harry Potter fan, you were probably up at midnight seeing the premiere (that's called true dedication), and if you're just kind of a Harry Potter fan, you should go see this movie anyway. It was wonderfully filmed and full of suspense and drama and action. I guess the problem for me is that I've never read the books, so I didn't know what was missing from the story line. Luckily for me, Laura Mora told me all about it on the way home, when we got home, and right before we went to bed (at 5 in the morning).
You MUST see this movie. I am issuing a worldwide demand for everyone to see the final movie in the Harry Potter series. It's the end of an era, folks. And as Laura Mora said, it's the end of her childhood. Do what we did (well, mostly Laura) and dress up and go see the movie. You won't regret it. Although, Voldemort's face might make you wet yourself. Seriously, that man is creepy!

Go see Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows!

Here's the stars, from the first movie to now (it's been weird to watch them grow up):
Look at them in pre-pubescence.
All grown up!
Well, it's been fun watching Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, and Emma Watson grow up into the adults they are today. It's like they were my children (but not really at all)!
PS: I love Emma's short hair. It's so cute.
PPS: Go see Harry Potter!


  1. suuuuuuuch a great movie!!

  2. Wasn't it?! I was so upset when it ended.