On June 30th, 1997 Joanne Kathleen Rowling brought us Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s (or Sorceror’s in the U.S.) Stone by book. Now, fourteen years later, we come to the possible end of the Harry Potter series on the big screen. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 takes off from where Part 1 left us. The Dark Lord Voldemort (Ralph Fiennes) has stolen the Elder Wand, taken from the Tomb of Albus Dumbledore and takes his Death Eaters to Hogwarts where the final battle between good and evil will decide the fate of the world, while Harry (Daniel Radcliffe) seeks out the remaining Horcruxes along with the help of Ron (Rupert Grint) and Hermione (Emma Watson).
Tonight, the world draws its final curtain for the world of Harry Potter. After a decade of watching the brave young wizards battle evil, love, and Voldemort – the final chapter has come to remind us how this saga by J. K. Rowling has taken the audience on a ride of their lives. For Harry
Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2, it was a touching end to a film series that has changed the way that fantasy films for the young at heart are made. The last chapter had everything you would hope for: a love story, the final battle of good versus evil, and the answer to all the burning questions you had in the last ten years. This series will follow the footsteps as Lord of the Rings, Star Wars, Star Trek, and James Bond. Multi-story movie series that are timeless and touch the movie watcher’s soul. Bring out your tissues for this will be my swan song review to the magical, thrilling world of Harry Potter.
There comes a time when we movie lovers cherish the movie sagas that become part of our pop culture. Over the course of a decade, we were drawn in the world of Harry Potter and the wizarding world created by J.K. Rowling. Through six amazing films, we literally watched the young stars of Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, and Rupert Grint grew up right before our very eyes. As we prepare to say goodbye to the dramatic trio with Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part I, let us remember that all good things must come to an end. In this case, the end is really this summer 2011 when the second part rolls on the silver screen. The final part in the HP presents a darker tone than the previous film. It touches the surface of more adult themes like growing up, testing one’s faith in a person, death, and most of all, the final battle between good versus evil.
It’s so hard to believe that it was only eight years ago that we were introduced to the world of Harry Potter. J. K. Rowling produces a series of books about a young boy who realizes that his destiny was to become a wizard. So, we followed Harry Potter to a school of magic known as Hogwarts. He has finally found a place to find it and expand his horizons. With the help of his best friends, Hermione Granger & Ronald Weasley, Harry has battled Draco Malfoy, dragons, basilisks, and adolescent through five movies to date. Now, Harry and his gang must battle his latest enemy to date.