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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 review

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The last and the eighth installment of the ‘Harry Potter’ series has began ruling the Hollywood box office today. ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2’ has been released after creating a record advance ticket booking sales of more that $32 million.

The titular role of the Deathly Hallows part 2, Harry Potter portrayed by Daniel Radcliffe was joined along with his friend who have been on the run to escape the torture at the Malfoy Manor buried the house-elf, Dobby. Lord Voldemort, the character played by Ralph Fiennes has cracked open the casket of the late Hogwarts headmaster, Albus Dumbledore, the role played by Michael Gambon in order to take the possession of the powerful Elder Wand. Besides, Severus Snape is the totalitarian headmaster at Hogwarts School of the Witchcraft and Wizadry.

Harry Potter, Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley will be in search of horcruxes. They are the object where Voldemort has stashed pieces of his soul. The movie involves the escape from Gringotts Bank, an attack on the Hogwarts castle, flying dragons and a flight through the Room of Requirement. In addition to this, the Deathly Hallows Part 1 is the fastest paced as well as the most action filled sequences. Adding to this, the Chamber of Secrets from the second installment of the Harry Potter series is also revisited by Ron and Hermione.

The movie includes the war scenes, fighting and also the destruction that are more violent than the previous installments of the Harry Potter series. As Lord Voldemort is ruthless and tends to kill people for the little and no reason, the movie franchise’s language has been reflective of the books. Lord Voldemort and Harry Potter commonly have many powers which also include a telepathic likely connection that can be disturbing as Voldemort is inside Potter’s head. In addition to this there are few of the better known character that does not make it and the movie directors were not worried showing the lifeless bodies where several died later through flashbacks or in ghost-like form.

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