So Help Me God, if anyone accuses this of being a “kid’s story” then they really haven’t been paying attention.
I understand giving up after reading the first book, or even the first and the first part of the second book in the Harry Potter series and then leaving it on the shelf. But if you gave up after the first movie thinking the whole thing was bogus trash, I wish you well in your life. Go with Peace.
The stage is set, and the players are in place. The movie begins November 19th, and it’s split into two movies. There’s a lot of action taking place early in the first movie, and let’s just say that bad things happen to good people. Yes, there’s boring parts (cough!cough!in the forestcough!cough!) but that’s only to set up the emotional roller coaster that comes next.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is so much fun they split it into two parts. The first part plays this November, and the second and last movie in the series plays sometime around when Daniel Radcliffe reaches retirement age.
Here, Harry is getting some face time with the always scary Voldemort:
I won’t spoil the movie for you, but I will tell you where they break this final book of J.K.Rowling’s into the movie’s first and second parts. The first part ends where they all walk around in the forest, and the second part begins somewhere in that damn forest. I swear, about two hundred pages of the book has Harry, Ron and Hermione walking around in the middle of nowhere.
When you DO go see this movie, do not fail to watch the opening sequence. It will start with a great chase scene.
Dramatic movie music lords over this ultimate trailer for this Summer’s movies — and you have to have that turned up to full in order to get the right feel for the excitement that’s getting ready to ensue starting in just a week…
Otherwise this mashup of the movie trailers done by Screenrant will seem a bit out of place. After all, when you go see one of these blockbusters, you can expect to have to strain to hear the dialogue and then cover your ears when that overwhelming wall of sound comes during the effects sequence starts…
Aw hell, just hit play and let the millions of dollars worth of CGI effects flow over you.