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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 (2011)

Fantasy | 130 minutes
3,87 3.354 votes

Genre: Fantasy / Adventure

Duration: 130 minuten

Alternative title: Harry Potter en de Relieken van de Dood: Deel 2

Country: United Kingdom / United States

Directed by: David Yates

Stars: Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint

IMDb score: 8,1 (956.194)

Releasedate: 12 July 2011

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 plot

"It all ends."

Harry (Daniel Radcliffe), Ron (Rupert Grint) and Hermione (Emma Watson) continue their quest to vanquish the evil Voldemort (Ralph Fiennes) once and for all. by finding and targeting Horcruxes. Just as things begin to look hopeless for the young wizards, Harry discovers a trio of magical objects that endow him with powers to rival Voldemort's formidable skills.

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avatar van Don MN

Don MN

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'You have allowed your friends to die for you, rather than face me yourself.'

This whole movie can be compared to the way the last actionpacked half hour of the previous parts was filled, but then squared. It all went beyond my expectations yesterday, especially the creation of the ultimate Dark Lord by Fiennes and the visual effects folks. Perfectly played, even his humorous side, and all the more terrifying when he starts killing people at random.

From minute one you are in the middle of it and Yates has only one motto: 'Let go of it all!' It will be a while before they return to Hogwarts, but once there a battle of epic proportions erupts that I haven't seen since LOTR: Return of the King. The formation and destruction of the shield, the suits of armor that do their duty, Voldemort's massive army, duels that send people flying around. All while enjoying the well-known HP humor.

The film lacked nothing at all in persuasion; overwhelming action, lots of sentiment, dramatic music, Kings Cross scene with Dumbledore was god-like and rock solid acting, especially by Radcliffe, Watson and Grint. Where previously the children had to be mainly supported by the arsenal of British acting gods that this series possesses, that was no longer necessary. My thanks go to the cast and crew who have been responsible for the realization of eight formidable book adaptations over the past decade.

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avatar van Noodless


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Admittedly, this is a worthy conclusion to a fanciful franchise that I have now finally finished in a very long term. The films around Harry Potter have a sense of ups and downs with this film being one of the better ones. In this film there are finally a lot of cool action moments that are seasoned with a lot of magic, which also makes the story more interesting. The story also has a nice twist that is nicely laid out and where from the start of this series you are constantly wondering if the Professor Snape ( Alan Rickman ) is on the side of the bad guys or the good guys . But there is another surprising twist as to who owns the powerful wand. The story continues through the first part and then the details of the three Deathly Hallows needed to Voldemort (Ralph Fiennes) : the Elder Wand, the Cloak of Invisibility and the Resurrection Stone. The long-awaited confrontation between Potter and Voldemort then begins to unfold. 7.5/10

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avatar van MovieHolic


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Despite being the best film in the entire series, it is and remains a gooey series of children's films where the story is rushed, illogical and incoherent.

The CGI was good, especially since it's 11 years old.

Anyway, it's totally overhyped, I understand that people who grew up with it or have read the books think differently about this, but as an outsider I find it disappointing all in all.

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