Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2. It all ends here! Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 is the final adventure of Harry Potter with his friends Ron Weasley and Hermone Granger. The final film in the Potter series got rave reviews. Now it all comes to an end as the final battle between Harry and Voldemort draws closer with several lives hanging in the balance. Find out the reviews by several magazines for the good-bye of much beloved potter boy.

The final chapter ends with an epilogue that puts a lump in your throat and makes you want to watch them all again from the beginning. That’s the definition of a classic. — Colin Covert from Minneapolis Star Tribune

Watched as a stand-alone film it’s likely to strike newcomers as completely mystifying, but committed and even semi-committed fans will surely welcome it as a worthy climax to the most successful film franchise in history. — Sukhdev Sandhu from Daily Telegraph

The best possible end for the series that began a decade ago. — Joe Morgenstern from Wall Street Journal

The showdown is full of drama, horror and even humor, with supernatural detours given a winking Kubrick-style spin by director David Yates. — Gary Thompson from Philadelphia Daily News

We all are very well aware of the acting potentials of our favorite actors and helming capabilities of David Yates. But I must say it’s total waste of 3D completely pointless as the 3D here is barely noticeable and actually stops being noticeable at all almost immediately. It’s a rather bad mistake to make a Harry Potter film in 3D in the first place given how dark these movies have become.

Overall this a thrilling experience with a sad good bye to Potter boy. Harry is not a boy anymore. He is a responsible father explaining his children the importance of their choices they  are going to make.

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