BANG Movie Review: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part I

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  1. Amanda says:

    We loved it. And because Matthew had watched every trailer and every media release coming up to the movie we did know where it was going to end.:-) That was nice because I was worried I would spend the movie watching the clock worrying about the end coming. We will for sure see it again in theaters maybe even more than once more. Unlike you we did not like the 3 brothers scene. We liked the voice over, but thought the characters were a bit too “cartoon” like for lack of a better description. I have a few little things that I did not think were great for me personally but the over all film was SO fabulous they are not even worth mentioning. We loved the detail, that it flowed along with the book better than the others and how the scenery was just as I had pictured when I was reading the book. I of course cried as they dug the grave, no magic….LOVED IT!!!!

    • diblog says:

      Okay, I just saw it AGAIN, this time with Sean. He agreed it was awesome – and he is not the easiest sell. It was just such a good balance of dramatic and funny and sad. And the music… it’s epic. Just as good the second time.

  2. Quinn says:

    I feel the same way you do! I thought the pacing was really nice in this film and didn’t want it to end! The acting and emotions felt more genuine and true to the book this time. I thought the three brothers animation was a wonderful way to portray the story but Nathan found it odd and distracting. Not enough chemistry between Harry and Ginny…and just a touch too much sexual chemistry between Harry and Hermione, if you ask me. I particularly enjoyed the Godric’s Hollow, ministry, and seven Potters sequences. Other than a few little things, I felt immensely satisfied and thought it was great! Can’t wait for the last one…although then it will be over and what will we do???

    • diblog says:

      Quinn, Interesting to read your comment about sexual chemistry between H and H, because I personally thought they got it bang-on – a connection that was not really sexual (unless you count the horcrux scene which isn’t real), but very loving in its way. (Although I guess when you’re 17, there ARE a lot of hormones at any given time.)

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