Harry Potter the final movie
Harry Potter the final movie - Sequel to 'Harry Potter' finally see the end of the trip. The film is lifted from the novel by JK Rowling's best seller that has gone through an incredible 10 years, and touted the movie sequel will be most successful in history. Last episode of the journey Harry Potter (Daniel Radcliffe), Ron Weasley (Rupert Grint) and Hermione Granger (Emma Watson) will probably be quite emotional for those who read his book. David Yates could describe the battle in a book with enough leverage. Tears drain enough to cry when the Weasleys, Lupin and Tonks, and people die after the battle. In addition, the sense of satisfied and curious because this movie to end all wars between Harry and Voldemort was enough to make emotions peaked.
The second part of this seventh book will be sufficient to explain all that confusing in the earlier films. Some flashbacks would answer the question, why Snape hates Harry, why did Dumbledore have to die, and there are still many questions that initially confusing. Nevertheless, like the film adaptation of the book, many parts were deemed less appropriate or not. Harry's final battle scene with Voldemort should be recognized over dramatized in the film. Fighting in the book was very short indeed.
For those of you who do not read the book, better not watch alone. Because, pretty much all the scenes where the audience is deemed to have understood, and it can be confusing. Like, when Hermione was going undercover to go to Gringotts, instead of taking the Polyjuice Potion, the camera only shows a single hair. In addition, some scenes in this film also shows the people who were seriously injured, Snape dies with pathetic, and blood splattered everywhere. In Singapore, this film is labeled PG - Some Violence And disturbing Scenes. David Yates seems like the last film is very impressive. Scoring song feels more pervasive. For example, when Harry finally decided to surrender to Voldemort, emotional re-churn.
Overall, of course, the film will be something of a legend the cover of war for 10 years in 8 films. Nice to see the cast grow up according to the character portrayed in the book. The last scene that shows Harry, Ron, and Hermione realize that 19 years later after this Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint and Emma Watson will be relieved of their character lakoni since childhood. Movies and books could end up, but Harry Potter would still be remembered and become part of history.