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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2
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In the second installment of the two-part conclusion to the überpopular Harry Potter series, Harry (Daniel Radcliffe) and his best friends, Ron (Rupert Grint) and Hermione (Emma Watson), continue their quest to vanquish the evil Voldemort (Ralph Fiennes) once and for all. 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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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2

2011
Drama
Fantasy
2h 10m
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Rated 15 Jul 2011
63
73rd
Snape's flashback scenes may be the crowning achievement of the decade-spanning series, and this film is certainly the best of the eight. While still not perfect, it is the most exciting, the most emotionally engaging, and the most conclusive. The actors have all come into their own, the themes have managed to get progressively more mature, and Yates' dark cinematography and visual spectacle proved to be the perfect fit for these movies.
Rated 11 Aug 2011
90
97th
People complaining that the Hogwarts battle is underwhelming don't get it. Scale is less important than finesse. Loved the way those scenes were shot and the chords Desplat strikes reinforce the mood of chaos and despair. Fiennes is amazing! Yates ties everything together neatly, maintaining a flow both breakneck and smooth. Not a single scene is off-key. It's the best of the series, hands down, as well as the satisfying finale I'd been hoping for. The epilogue was an entirely fitting send-off.
Rated 17 Jul 2011
100
99th
Potter goes out not just on a high note, but its highest note. The final film packs in as much heart as it does spectacle, and serves as a reminder that there is hope even in our darkest hour. The direction is superb, and Alexandre Desplat's score hits all the right notes. It's an exciting, emotional spectacle, and a firm reminder of why Potter is an international Phenomenon. Enjoy it while it's here kids, you won't see a franchise of this magnitude for a long time.
Rated 15 Jul 2011
95
94th
I just watched my childhood ride away in that train at the end. I've spend more than half of my life anticipating more Harry Potter: either a book or a movie. And now... Indeed, it all ends. Feels weird and somehow majestic, the end of an era. The film's magical. And it's supposed to be. There's only a single question: what now? where do we go to find the magic?
Rated 16 Jul 2011
91
90th
Totally satisfying, immensely emotional. This is the dark, unyielding finale the series deserved and features moving performances. Minor flaws include obvious fan-bait thrown in for laughs and cheers that only translate in the theater. However, this saga has always been about Harry and Voldemort's connection and the mystery of Snape. On these accounts, it excels. Fiennes and Rickman are perfect. The opaque atmosphere fits the desperation and horror surrounding the story's bold, brilliant end.
Rated 26 May 2015
70
64th
What the hell kind of trilogy takes eight films?
Rated 18 Jul 2011
80
78th
I never I thought I would ever say it but this dark, taut, and enthralling harry potter installment is excellent. Yates (finally) manages to find a delicate balance between propulsive action and emotionally charged quieter moments with fluid pacing, great performances, and even greater visual spectacle. Now if only all the other harry potter movies were as good and satisfying as this. But alas, we don't always get what we want.
Rated 14 Jul 2015
88
75th
I question some of the changes made - the nature of the climactic duel in particular - but almost everything else is spot-on. Now go read the books again.
Rated 13 Jul 2011
100
90th
I don't know who is responsible for my 47 PSI, but please cease and desist your activity. This was, even the shortcomings (which no matter what you do will always be there in a book adaptation) considered, excellent. Potter finally does itself justice on the big screen; Fiennes is a god and the rest of the cast pull their weight seemingly with ease after 10 years in the Potter game. The worthiest end we could have hoped for. Now please excuse me, I'm off to re-read the best books ever written.
Rated 15 Jul 2011
94
90th
I am the Harry Potter generation. It has been with me for over half my life. It made me understand the power of books. Harry grew and matured with me every year at Hogwarts. A decade of films that I've found captured the magic of Harry's world very well, and now at the end I find myself more emotional than expected. Every aspect that makes a quality film is present here, magical context or not, but it's the context where the heart lies. Harry Potter is part of me, and this film means so much.
Rated 16 Jul 2011
4
51st
The best way to describe these movies is "entertaining but insipid". Despite the silly fantasy plot and cringe-inducing dialogue, DH2 is fast-paced, gripping and makes fine use of its excellent cast. A good way to kill a Saturday afternoon, but it's most definitely not a great film. It's not even all that memorable. Frankly, I look forward to the Harry Potter franchise fading into obscurity, which is where it belongs.
Rated 19 Jul 2011
83
81st
Too bad Yates mastered the Harry Potter franchise just as it finally ends. As a (former) Potter fan I was really impressed at how they made the book into a movie; there are some differences, but it goes along REALLY nicely. The acting's probably the best in the Potter movies so far, the sound score and camera work are good and even the humour moments are actually funny this time. All in all, a great and enjoyable finale in otherwise mixed series of movies. Oh, and CGI aging fail in last scene.
Rated 08 Jul 2011
55
40th
Finally. After ten years of foreplay the saga of Harry Potter reaches its cinematic climax - and it's pretty damn explosive. Part 2 is pure fights, chases and wizardry war - an avalanche of action. Sadly, the big row falls short compared to modern classic spectacles like Saving Private Ryan's Omaha Beach or The Two Towers' Helm's Deep, and - even worse - director Yates loses sight of his characters and with them the much praised heart and soul of the franchise. An epic letdown.
Rated 11 Jul 2011
70
57th
Darker, more complex, visually as well as psychologically, and better structured than the previous movies makes this the best in the series and a fitting end.
Rated 14 Jul 2011
69
51st
Most of the problems I had with the film come from the problems I had with the book, though I missed the wonderful (outdoorsy) cinematography of part 1. There's an epic battle with fire and shit flying everywhere and giants crushing things and... when that ends, there's still an hour of movie left that never regains the sense of urgency and excitement, and the whole thing limps to its rather tame conclusions.
Rated 24 Jan 2012
35
20th
With the second half being bloated and dragged out like an awards ceremony it is more difficult to rationalize the two parter decision for what could have been a taught single film. The battle that encompasses the majority of the run time is mostly filler; devoid of the energy or choreography that should have made it the epic climax of the series and the most memorable moments of the book are thrown away or blunted by the horrible pacing. To sum books > films.
Rated 15 Jul 2011
95
98th
Remarkable in most aspects, sums up the story in many ways better than even the book could. While Rowling would sometimes lay out pieces to allow you to reach a conclusion, this one would eventually say 'yes that is the case', something necessary for the cinematic interpretation. Wonderful special effects, great book summation, great acting all around. But. Much like the book, this movie deals in one flaw. Harry's survival is a deus ex machina, unexplained. Five points from Griffindor.
Rated 15 Jul 2011
79
50th
Genuinely may rival PoA as my favourite of the series. A few too many things were played for laughs, especially McGonagall, and one shot reminded me of THAT Godfather 3 shot way too much, but overall it was a damned fun, atmospheric romp and a great end to the series. F the final showdown, though. F it hard. The explanation comes FIRST, not like "WTF WHY DID THAT HAPPEN OH WELL HERE'S SOME EXPOSITION"
Rated 15 Jul 2011
7
84th
A satisfying mix of slam-bang big screen action and character-driven emotion that ends the series on a strong note. Probably the best summer blockbuster of 2011 after Super 8, X-Men, and Apes. (SPOILERS) Neville's big damn hero moment with the snake is hugely satisfying. The epilogue is every bit as treacly as the book, but John Williams' theme song smooths it over.
Rated 28 Oct 2011
73
53rd
Its got more deus ex machinas than I care to mention. Full of payoffs for characters we barely know or care about from the films. And it blatantly panders to everybody who grew up reading the series. That is why this was a great finish. If you haven't read the books, you probably won't care. The CGI is good and it does exactly what it set out to do. Easily the best of the series. I've now finished the books and movies and no longer have to care about Harry Potter stuff.
Rated 17 Sep 2011
79
85th
The spectacle and mature tone are somewhat lessened from Pt. I but Pt. II more than makes up for its unintentionally hilarious and unnecessary scenes with sheer brilliance, genuinly emotional scenes, gripping action and, even though I detest the use of it, excellent CGI. It's a real shame that one of the few great modern film series has ended while others like "Transformers" will inevitably continue.
Rated 16 Jul 2011
85
86th
When that final shot faded to black, I think my heart broke a little.
Rated 16 Jul 2011
30
5th
It sucks worse than any of the previous films.
Rated 17 Jul 2011
3
24th
I haven't read the last few books and if this movie is any indication of the story's quality I probably never will.
Rated 17 Jul 2011
15
41st
My favorite part was when Harry just snapped the most powerful wand in the universe in half with his thumbs.
Rated 17 Jul 2011
75
67th
A nice ending to the series. Radcliffe turns in his best performance of the series, and there is no one who isn't bringing their A-Game (including Yates). It's certainly not perfect though. They diminished some of the important character's deaths, had way too many moments and effects that were obviously for 3D watchers pleasure that seem out of place otherwise, and the epilogue that was so terrible in the book was equally terrible in the film. Still a must see for Potter fans.
Rated 17 Jul 2011
86
76th
Probably the best one in the series, but it never reached neither the level of Lord of the Rings adaptation, nor transferred relevantly the book's mood and atmosphere. Yes, it was nicely and emotionally deep performed amid the dark scenery possible, Snape's memories saved the day, but it was always Rowlling's achievement than any director who took control over the franchise. I am really going to miss the Boy who lived but only the one who remained on book pages.
Rated 18 Jul 2011
90
93rd
Absolute perfect ending to an amazing saga. I found it difficult to hold back tears, not because there were moments that were saddening, but the sheer realization that this would be the last Harry Potter we'll ever get to see, and myself interpreting that as being the death of my childhood. It's not that I got to see these characters grow up, it's the fact that I grew up with with them. That is something that will make these films forever dear to me. Thank you Rowling and all of the HP crew.
Rated 26 Jun 2013
97
94th
Voldy so flaked on me!!!
Rated 22 Jul 2011
77
66th
One of the few movies that is pure third act. Filled with action and suspense, but finds the right balance so that it does not feel overly hectic. Not perfect - some scenes and moments are out of place or awkward, and the epilogue is still as unnecessary as ever - but it all comes together nicely. Snape's memory scene is definitely the emotional highlight.
Rated 08 Jan 2022
100
93rd
The End of one of ma favorite Films. Love that Series...
Rated 24 Jul 2011
50
38th
The Potter (film) series' evolutionary progression was: amatuerish, self-indulgent, plodding, and then, ultimately...gratifying. I've given up expecting any sort of elegance from Potter. Just accept its primal vigor and let the stupid jokes and deus ex machina wash over you.
Rated 19 Nov 2011
4
22nd
Harry Potter and the Brown MacGuffin
Rated 05 Aug 2011
1
0th
Now that the Harry Potter series is over, maybe the truth can be realized: This has been the dullest franchise in the history of movie franchises.
Rated 07 Aug 2011
73
79th
A fitting end to the series. The darkest film yet, Rickman is superb and the soundtrack was just sublime. The end of an era, and it doesn't disappoint.
Rated 08 Aug 2011
95
97th
An enthralling, entertaining, heart-wrenching and spectacular end to the Harry Potter series, Part 2 of the Deathly Hallows will not be forgotten
Rated 08 Aug 2011
75
68th
I was actually already convinced that I was about to see a good film from the very first scene. The chemistry and that skinny locale at something that looked like the end of the world, just spot on. The goblin set the par for the film's overall acting level, and Deathly Hallows Part 2 balanced these slow elements of plot driving greatly with the battle scenes and unavoidable doomsday scenarios. Being a 3D film, the extra dimension was a complete waste that hurted the otherwise stunning visuals.
Rated 13 Jul 2011
80
85th
A 78 for the film and a 100 for the experience. Profoundly terrific. A life circle has been completed.
Rated 14 Jul 2011
8
79th
And thus ends the one hell of a saga. It is a series that has constantly delivered quality and 8 films later it has come full circle. Childish opening films have grown up, the actors likewise and the story entered truly dark terrirtory. A wonderful end and only fault I had was including the epilogue. Could of easily been done without.
Rated 19 Oct 2011
7
61st
Utterly pedestrian but mercifully swift conclusion to the Potter series. Those expecting this climax to report any sense of wholeness to the show should end up disappointed; those expecting fireworkish bursts, mindless twists and foggy gloom should not.
Rated 14 Jul 2011
85
92nd
It is hard to imagine a more all-around pleasing finale to this decade-long adventure. The focus of this movie is more than anything the wrapping up of story-lines 7 movies long, which means that individual characters perhaps aren't given as much screen-time as one would have hoped for, but the way it lets each character play out their small part, feels right, and makes the movie feel whole.
Rated 15 Jul 2011
80
65th
that ending, sigh, is the most silly thing ever shown on film
Rated 15 Jul 2011
90
72nd
A simply wonderful film, the best in a great series! Daniel Radcliffe and his co-stars have truly matured into great young actors including, surprisingly, Matthew Lewis as Neville Longbottom! Marks off, however, for conversion into 3D; a film with such a dark and shadowy visual palette cannot afford the loss of light that 3D demands, and this film suffers to the extent that there are sections of film where all you can make out are crowds of faces in blackness. Useless 3D aside, a glorious ending
Rated 15 Jul 2011
50
33rd
trash-existentialism, highly enjoyable and really sickening at the same time.
Rated 16 Jul 2011
80
80th
This film is brilliant in some of its aspects. From the start we immediately get caught in this dark, mysterieus, desperate athmosphere which really fits the movie. Fraphically it's awesome and they really paied attention to the details. But, I have to say, I thought the ending was rather disappointing. I had expected an epic battle between good and bad but except for a rush towards the castle and some action in Hogwarts, it was rather thin. Even the clash HP - Voldemort left me unsatisfied.
Rated 26 May 2012
90
95th
What a brilliant end to the faithful cinematic representation of arguably the most arresting literary achievement of our times! The grandeur of the entire saga, the epic battle, every significant plot point of the story was dealt with in an almost revered way here. Every actor rises to the occasion, including the animated ones. The soundtrack, costumes, explosions-everything is nearly magical. Snape is FINALLY given his due! Now, If only we could change the makeup in the last scene. Oh well...
Rated 16 Jul 2011
70
69th
Some of the one-liners will make you laugh, others will make you cry(not the good way), but it's still incredibly entertaining. Watch out for the surprise cameo by Justin Bieber as Harry Potter's son.
Rated 29 Nov 2011
55
36th
Not nearly as boring as Part 1, thankfully, but on the whole it still felt overlong and anti-climactic. Shame that the last two films are probably the worst in the series.
Rated 16 Jul 2011
90
82nd
The final installment is an emotional rollercoaster thrill ride. These fine actors have grown up wonderfully from the first film until now. It all comes to a close, with what is probably the best film of the entire series. Right from the opening scene to the epilogue, we are treated to magic far greater then we could have ever imagined. Part Two is how movies should be, action filled, emotional and well written.
Rated 17 Jul 2011
55
47th
The worst Harry Potter film. But hey, I guess it's hard to make a good film out of a mediocre book. Commercial and mainstream.
Rated 17 Jul 2011
88
83rd
Even if, like me, other non-diehards have missed some films & don't know where Dumbledore's brother came from, how Voldemort acquired such a huge army or why some kid named Neville gets so much attention, any fan of imaginative fiction will have 2 admit this is a well-crafted story full of plot twists, reversals, great villains & even more compelling heroes. They'll also have 2 admit they're watching the end of something even more special - a sustained act of imagination that speaks to millions.
Rated 16 May 2015
3
5th
In spite of the conclusion being the most action-packed, explosive film in the series, the "Harry Potter" saga ends with a whimper, the only satisfaction afforded being that the characters--and franchise--can finally rest at peace.
Rated 02 Dec 2011
70
56th
Pretty underwhelming end when you take into consideration the epic qualities of the series as a whole. As a standalone film it doesn't come close to being the best Harry Potter film. The only intriguing parts are the ones that delve a bit more into Harry Potter's origins and what the people around him meant. The glitter, glam, and action was CGI window dressing to the inevitable finale boss fight. You can't fault the film for the conclusion since it was based on Rowling's somewhat lame decision.
Rated 06 Nov 2011
65
40th
A disappointing ending to a saga I never really liked that much to begin with. Great score, great effects, bad script.
Rated 17 Jul 2011
75
35th
Solid but unemotional and I felt uninvolved.
Rated 15 Jul 2013
10
7th
Cliched, nonsensical fan service is the perfect way to end a money grabbing series. The direction is entirely tone deaf and fails to breathe life into the characters who had nary an inch of depth between them to begin with. Sadly you can't polish a turd into a diamond by just slapping a bunch of random filters on top of it.
Rated 18 Jul 2011
80
82nd
Easily the best film of the series. The special effects/CGI is incredible, the atmosphere is chilling, and the score is perfect. As always the performances were so-so, it has some cheesy moments, and the "19 years later" was pointless, but I liked how Yates wasn't afraid to stress the dark side of the film. I highly prefer this over Part 1, which focused much more on character development and pacing, where as Part 2 had some great action/battle sequences. One of the best of 2011 thus far.
Rated 20 Oct 2011
68
61st
I still didn't bite the story. The effects and the dark undertone were mostly fine. There was nice acting scenes but the story was a mess; you cannot get much out of it without the support of the earlier film(s). The climax did not have a modern standard quality.
Rated 18 Jul 2011
78
69th
Some serious pacing issues in the first half but once everyone's at Hogwarts it gets much better. The Snape Pensieve scene is one of the beautiful and sad things ever, and the minute or two of desolation following it is truly great. The '19 years later' ending is one of the worst things I have ever witnessed.
Rated 18 Jul 2011
75
42nd
I really hoped for more, but unfortunately it couldn't move me.
Rated 18 Jul 2011
80
76th
A very good and fitting ending to the series, very satisfying overall, I would absolutely watch it again and again (despite some small differences in the book and film, which are not so bothersome, really) . The only thing that really spoilt it for me was the last scene. Why did it even exist???
Rated 20 Jan 2012
93
74th
Another imperfect adaption that’s about as good as I could have personally hoped for. I’m sad we didn’t get to know about the Dumbledores’ family history, and the goblin stuff still bothers me, but it’s otherwise a very satisfying conclusion to a series that I enjoyed but didn’t quite adore like I did with the books. Great performances (especially Radcliffe and Fiennes), excellent production, and really good directing, cinematography and pacing. The epilogue was perfect. Very good!
Rated 19 Jul 2011
3
68th
After Prisoner of Azkaban I thought they won't make one better after latter. Thank god I was wrong. It's proper ending indeed.
Rated 20 Jul 2011
74
49th
A really dark (literally. I love this shadowy color grade) ending to a series I grew up with and don't like as much as before, but still like. The ending (not the epilogue) is in some ways and some ways not more disappointing than the book's, which is unfortunate. The movie's trump card is the certain revelation scene, which is overwhelmingly emotional, wonderfully edited, and is in general a terrific twist on a character, making it the best moment of this franchise.
Rated 11 Sep 2011
25
15th
If almost nothing happens is Part 1, even less happens in the final entry of the Harry Potter saga. Almost identical to the first film except this time it actually has an ending, Deathly Hallows Part 2 just continues to propagate the jumbled mess of characters and ideas without depth or focus that plagued the entire series.
Rated 20 Jul 2011
66
47th
So that's it.
Rated 21 Jul 2011
79
77th
'Hallows Part 2' provides a satisfactory closing to the Potter saga. While it seems the final showdown between Harry and Voldemort couldn't possibly deliver to the fullest extent after 7 films of buildup, the movie provides audiences with a fond appreciation for a series that has held up so well over 10 years. It doesn't help that this is only half a movie, but it is part of a greater arc of course and thus goes out on a strong note---and one that reminds us the series never hit a false one.
Rated 02 Jan 2012
51
29th
Trash-existentialism, highly enjoyable and really sickening at the same time.
Rated 21 Jul 2011
40
48th
While considerably less offensive than the previous films, i'm inclined to think that has a lot to do with emma watson being legal tail now. had a wank in the theatre
Rated 22 Jul 2011
7
57th
Yates' direction suggests a deeply rooted understanding of the characters' motivations and looming predicaments that could've have otherwise made the viewer lose interest years before. Despite its thrills feeling surprisingly low-key compared to the previous installments, a part of me wishes I could continue my yearly tradition of eagerly anticipating / watching the new Harry Potter movie but considering its less than stellar though fitting conclusion, I'll part ways with a feeling of gratitude.
Rated 14 Oct 2012
63
36th
Harry wins! Harry's the best wizard!
Rated 23 Jul 2011
94
91st
A fitting send-off to a pretty epic movie series. Yes, the movies left out a shit-ton of details, but just be happy with what we got. If you like the books so much, reread them!! Sheesh. Try to keep the movies separate from the books.....oh, BTW, where the EFF did Hagrid come from at the end?!? He's just suddenly in the Dark Forest with the Death Eaters! BTW 2, poor Snape.
Rated 23 Jul 2011
94
98th
The shortest of all the HP films, it is also the most cohesive. Ever actor, however short their time on the screen, gives their best performance in this final installment of the Harry Potter films. Alan Rickman especially shines in the The Prince's Tale segment when Snape's emotions are finally allowed through his veneer of sullen snarkiness - Oscar material, in my opinion.
Rated 18 Mar 2012
10
7th
Sure. Effects and all. But there really was no point in making this movie when the amount of content in it could easily have been put in the first. Unnecessary changes from the book which really didn't help; just made the movie more accessible by sacrificing storyline and such. Cheesy writing, utter rubbish. Those 10 points were for that Snape scene, which was the one and only redeeming thing in the entire movie.
Rated 24 Jul 2011
90
93rd
It's official - Harry Potter is over. I won't give it 100 - although, to be truthful, the series deserves it, and this is coming from a LotR fanboy - but it stands of course as the pinnacle of the series, in story and in quality. The emotional spots all worked, learning more about the Snape backstory was thoroughly engrossing to me, and the only thing that tarnished the experience was the epilogue. It's not like it was BAD or anything, but... it made people laugh, seeing the characters "aged".
Rated 24 Jul 2011
78
83rd
The most exciting, best film in the series.
Rated 19 Oct 2011
90
88th
After the great boredom and cheesiness of Part 1, I really had low expectations, but Im so very happy to be disappointed...Great acting, nice flow of story that connects everything, beautiful effects... The perfect finale for the wonderful series!
Rated 24 Jul 2011
72
57th
Inevitably, the proverbial shit had to hit the fan. And when it does, for the first 90 minutes or so, this is great spectacle - then it just kinda putters to a stop. Maybe the script was so blurry-eyed from all the crap onscreen, it forgot there were people hidden behind the flying rubble. Or, the film simply forgot the narrative purpose of the items it refers to in its title, and then nothing made sense anymore. In any event, the limping climax puts a damper on what should have been marvelous.
Rated 24 Jul 2011
79
77th
I am not a fan, but this was far over my expectations
Rated 20 Oct 2013
87
96th
Great conclusion of this series, on the same level of quality as the Deathly Hallows Part 1, though there's a lot more action this time around. It features a lot of great scenes and just keeps you hooked until the end. Everything has been building up to this film and here it is in all its glory, epic, emotional and exhilarating. Soundtrack is great. The epilogue scene adds a lot of closure. All in all, a wonderful conclusion to this 8-film long series.
Rated 27 Dec 2011
95
96th
i liked it a lot and the best harry potter movie.
Rated 20 Aug 2017
4
55th
when JK rowling stayed true to her story, this was the wisest, darkest, most emotionally fraught 'franchise' in blockbuster history. unfortunately, the series ends with by far the most offensive of her crowdpleasing bottle jobs, draining most of the beautiful and horrifying moments scattered around this film (and previous films) of their meaning by outright betraying what they stand for. i still can't bring myself to rate it any lower than this, but it could've been so much higher.
Rated 12 Nov 2011
79
94th
A satisfying end to a very long journey. This series although not for everyone appeals to many on many different levels. Although I am rating it at 86, the entire journey should probably be 100, for the sheer magnitude, time spent and imaginations inspired.
Rated 26 Aug 2011
65
38th
After the best film in the whole bunch, here once again, like most of them, the film's duration is bogged down by a pointless adherence to the book's plethora of ancillary character progressions that doesn't belong in a movie. The success of the previous film was thanks to its breathing room and focus on the central trinity of characters. Here, there is still some entertaining escapist fantasy to be had, but it comes with a lot of baggage.
Rated 08 Mar 2023
95
97th
While I wasn't that surprised by the Snape reveal, it was still satisfactory. There's nothing here to really hate on except to say that the epilogue was fine but wholly unnecessary. Aside from that, great action and emotional payoff to all that has happened throughout the years. Just cemented all the relationships we knew as relationships worth remembering. Some really tense scenes as well. Voldemort laughing at Neville's monologue was a villain high point for me.
Rated 10 Nov 2013
100
81st
Big fan here. Guilty of giving it a 100.
Rated 13 Dec 2011
100
95th
My Thoughts: "The ending of these great films is bittersweet. It's hard to believe there isn't going to be another great film to look forward to. I have loved the films as much as I have the books. You can't really say that with many films that have been transformed from books. But it's true with this series. But what a fantastic ending it was. Part II of the Deathly Hallows was exciting, action packed, emotional, and the best film of the entire series. I loved how dark it was. By far the best a
Rated 31 Jul 2011
95
99th
I koniec.
Rated 01 Aug 2011
91
88th
Nearly perfect. I even got goosebumps during the scene where Harry Potter returned to the main hall of Hogwarts to challenge Snape. Unfortunately the actual death of V. didn't meet my expectations.
Rated 19 Sep 2011
80
52nd
A fitting end to the series. Every scene is extremely well crafted for a Harry Potter flick with a few...glaring exceptions (the white room, a few Voldemort scenes, the final ending) that are easily put to the back of your mind as Potter series comes to a close. Obviously if you're a Potter film fan you'll have enjoyed it, if not there's nothing else to say.
Rated 03 Aug 2011
95
91st
Great movie for the ending of a great series. Had me on the edge of my seat, all tense, throughout.
Rated 19 Aug 2011
95
96th
This is the film they've been working up to for years. Everything right up to the final scene was superb. The final scene was terrible. I should rank it down because of that 19 Years Later crap, but that would take away from how well done the rest of the film was. I found myself getting emotional at so many points because the characters are just so wonderfully relatable, you so feel their pain and so wish for them to have strength. Ignore the epilogue, please, as this is a great film.
Rated 06 Aug 2011
95
86th
An extraordinary conclusion to a legendary film series, superbly crafted and hugely satisfying. You don't get much more must-see than this.
Rated 06 Aug 2011
98
86th
I admit, I've been rather harsh towards most of the Harry Potter films over the years. I'm a bit of an elitist when it comes to the books, so I've always judged them for changing things. However both Deathly Hallows movies have been near perfect. I wept like a baby during this last film-- it symbolized the end of my childhood and the official end of the most powerful series in my life. Harry Potter changed my world, and I'll forever love the books and, yes, even the movies for it.
Rated 20 Nov 2014
91
97th
Epic ending to a real thrilling fantasy series.
Rated 08 Aug 2011
45
5th
I'm not the right one to ask... I only saw the first one, and now, this one, and thought they were both pretty awful story-telling... (P.S. ~ I agree with you shlebede.)
Rated 16 Aug 2011
55
32nd
just felt hollow
Rated 09 Aug 2011
3
38th
Entertaining, but a mess in so many ways. Scenes bang into one another with no regard for any sort of story arc, illogical and absurd decisions abound (why the fuck did Harry and Voldemort have what amounted to a chase scene), and, most unforgivably, what should have been the most gripping sequences in the film - the big-ass battle - was reduced to a few wide shots of action and an extraordinarily anticlimactic conclusion. The books all had their problems, but the films had so many more.
Rated 14 Aug 2011
82
71st
Definitely one of the best of the series, with the score being the stand out for me. Great performances by almost everyone as well. It's the end, in more ways than one.
Rated 15 Jul 2011
60
49th
Ok, I guess this must be damn great, it's an appropriate finale for such a regular and exciting franchise, and yes, it's also goddam dark, dark as hell. And it just couldn't be more emotionally engaging than this. UPDATE: proper ending to the franchise with an enormous gain of scale, myth-making, wizard stuff and emotional impact. I'm not quite sure about the first half -- somehow muddled and boring with so much exposition --, but the climax pays off.

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