Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part 1 Movie Review

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One Sentence: Perfection.

Rated: PG-13

Running Time: 146 Minutes

Release Date: 19-Nov-2010

Nudity: None

10 years.  It has been 10 Years since Harry Potter And The Sorcerer's Stone came out.  Since the first one was released I have watched the Harry Potter movies more than any other movies in the last 10 years, including the Star Wars movies.  HP5 is in my top 3 favorite movies of all time.  Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows is this generations Return Of The Jedi.  There are huge expectations, and there are people like me hoping that this movie will be everything we hoped it would be.  

Above I wrote perfection, and I mean it.  As a fan, this movie was perfectly created in every single shot.  Every word spoken, image shown and scene they decided to include was masterfully crafted.  I never felt lost, confused, or upset that they left something out, or that the movies had lost their way from the books. I was fully engrossed, hoping I didn't even have to blink so I would not miss a second of this sad wonderful movie.  It built up a fire inside me.  I am dying for the rest of this movie.  I can't wait to see what else happens, I can't wait to go see this movie a second, third and fourth time.   I fell in love with Harry Potter all over again, and I can't wait to see how this movie ends. 

I know I am going off on a fanboy rant, but that is what we are about at the-reviewer.net and this movie is pure fanboy bliss.  Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows is everything I would ever hoped it would be, and is in my opinion the best in the series thus far.  Pay to see it as many times as you can, I will be going to see it in IMAX this weekend.  It is that good in my opinion, I hope you all liked it as much as I did. 

5 Stars 


  • Jason

    Got me really excited for the film. I’m a casual viewer for this franchise, but this movie sounds great!

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