Friday, November 19, 2010

Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Reviews

If you are not so brave (crazy?) Souls to exhibit at midnight "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1" last night, here is Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, a roundup of reviews to decide whether you need to run right out and see the movie this weekend ... or wait until the crowds have thinned a bit to go. In the meantime you can tide you over to watch "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" trailer!

Entertainment Weekly: "I do not know what had a greater impact. My real thought melancholy threatens the purpose or the elegance of this may be an adult dark and serious, the penultimate film, where the characters / actors have followed from the very fiery young children now but I do not know, I felt the wave of love and respect for washing are already in the first wickedly disturbing deeply moving scene to the last."
Washington Post: "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1" can be anything, but insufficient. As part of the latest movie in a franchise for 10 years has acquired an almost theological for a generation of readers and viewers, which is intended to keep the audience wanting more. That's part of a great movie, full of charm, emotion and the incident in which Harry Potter series has become so fanatical ones."

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Florida Times-Union: In this penultimate installment in the Potter franchise is consistently wonderful as the only clumsy Some of the last six films, as well as they are, tend to meander a lot. Occur in them but the plot barely Budget of the United Kingdom "Not here:. This story should be rushed as our young hero through a desert that is almost post-apocalyptic, so widespread is the obscure work of Voldemort. "Vancouver Sun: It would have been a breathless first half final Harry Potter envelope with the promise of a dramatic exit, but first trip to David Yates Deathly Hallows goes odyssey few showers structure. Yates is a pretty good job heavy lifting, but there is not much poetry in this exercise jerk who brings the young wizard's story a little more than its ultimate conclusion."

NDTV Movies: "This is the most depressing movie of Harry Potter, but what is even more troubling is that it is also more complex than viewers who have not read the books or seen all the movies. Lost in the complex plot, which involves the search for Horcruxes are objects in which Voldemort has hidden parts of your soul and find the Deathly Hallows, three objects that the person with death in the test.