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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 [Blu-ray] [Region Free]
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First slice of the two-part final instalment in the fantasy adventure film series based on the bestselling books by J.K. Rowling. Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint and Emma Watson reprise their roles as Harry Potter, Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger, who set out on a dangerous quest to uncover and destroy the lost Horcruxes, the secret behind Voldemort (Ralph Fiennes)'s immortality. Voldemort's power has now grown to unprecedented proportions, with the Death Eaters in control of the Ministry of Magic and under orders to find Harry and bring him to Voldemort - alive. Away from the protection of Dumbledore (Michael Gambon) and Hogwarts, Harry draws ever closer to the moment for which he has been preparing since boyhood: the ultimate showdown with the Dark Lord.
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I am considering just sticking with the first 6 on film and the 7th as a book. wait for it too this money grabbing technique will catch on, watch out for the Hobbit coming out, it's in two parts. I just wish that if it had to be in two parts they released it like the matrix parts 2 and 3, very close together. Because this way is just a load of crap.
Nevertheless, gone is the magic of the first few films - replaced by a dull sense of darkness and hopelessness that has mostly been achieved by using an uninspiring visual palette. While J.K.Rowling managed to keep the last three books a thrill from the first page to the last, the movies just cannot copy this. The Order of the Phoenix was quite decent; the Half Blood Prince got a lot worse once Yates shoved the main plot aside and turned it into a teenage melodrama (see my review), and now - this.
I can't put the feeling of disbelief and disappointment in words - first of all, it was a terrible idea to split this film in two. Sure, the lapdogs at Hollywood drool at the mere thought of a double revenue, but the film didn't profit from this at all. It has its moments, but many parts of the movie just drag along, with dull dialogue and uninspiring landscapes. At least Peter Jackson managed to awe us with spectacular shots of the countryside. Yates could have taken the departure from Hogwarts as a welcome opportunity to do the same with nature, but no....his scenery is only shades of grey and brown.
Most of the time, I just felt like watching a B-movie with Voldemort and the three lead characters of the Harry Potter films thrown in almost as a mere gimmick. Dolores Umbridge unfortunately gets very short screentime; even the climax at the Malfoy's didn't have me at the edge of my seat at all. It just felt so much more thrilling in the book than on screen. The film clocks in at about two hours. They could have made this a three hour movie, cut 20 minutes of the boring parts, and would have had almost another hour and a half to squeeze in Part 2. Now that would have been a great movie. A shame, that Harry Potter had to turn into such a cash cow, really.
I found this movie dull and boring. Lots of talking, no real action, no really sad when its meant to be. Dull.
Probably a MUST SEE for Potter fans but for people who are not a fan maybe not..?
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