Pick up right where they left off Part 1, Harry "Daniel Radcliffe" and Ron"Rupert Grint" and Hermione "Emma Watson) are still trying to locate the remaining horcruxes that contain a piece of the Spirit "Ralph Fiennes" Voldemort. They believe that one of them is located in the basement of Bellatrix Lestrange "Helena Bonham Carter",\ so they set out on daring to break to see if this is true. However, this results in Voldemort's learning of their plan to destroy the horcruxes, and that means he knows that his time may be short.
"This drives him to lead large-scale attack with his followers against Hogwarts, where Harry and his friends had taken refuge with his teachers and fellow students. Chaos broke out during this battle, as everyone is fighting to defend the school, while Harry is trying to locate and destroy the horcruxes so that the final will be eventually able to kill Voldemort. All of this leads to an epic final battle between the two countries, which will decide everything once and for all".
Admittedly, I was somewhat lax in my assessment of the previous film had a lot of speed and conspiracy issues. And many of them seemed to move incredibly slowly. The story is far from being a really complex approximately one second to being free from the next plot. After seeing the parts 1 and 2 within a week, in fact, it turns out that was probably the best decision to combine them into one movie a little longer before drawing some important parts of the first part and combine them with this film. This is especially true because of the problems that was Part 1.
"Fortunately, this has improved the second part of this problem gives us the best picture and with the pace of the story, which covers most of the time of the session. There are still a few parts that I felt as if they were moving slowly without significant progress in the story, but this time was not significant, almost a problem because most of the time there was a lot going on".
"There was also a story of the few points that I felt as if it were not explained well, including one character motivations that seem incomplete. I did not read the books,\ and perhaps even to explain the best there is. And can simply have been that there was not enough time to explain certain actions accurately. It does not detract much from the movie, but it would help the flow of the story a little better knowledge of how and why certain things happened".
"The film has the same great special effects and production design that we have come to expect from this series. The final battle sequence of calls to a large extent, including some special effects a barrier to protect the school, and soldiers stone,\ stick shifts and different. These are all good. Excellent set designs as well. But more than that happening at Hogwarts, there are some other sites that we get to see, including the strange journey of the type of roller coaster through the cave to Beatrix in the basement. Hogwarts itself takes just beating during the climatic battle, allowing both the outstanding special effects and design teams and production of the show together".
"This time, it also felt like the story has a lot more drive it very emotional,\ perhaps because this is the final battle for Hogwarts and Harry and Voldemort. Being in fact the end, on the contrary all the small adventures and leading to it, gave it a little more weight than usual. We've gotten to know these characters more than ten years, \and finally to see them on the last mission to save their friends and teachers and the school is fascinating to some extent, especially when you think back to how to light the first adventure was when compared to how much this has changed and the same characters".
"Speaking of the emotional weight, there is one scene late in the film, and perhaps the best scene of the film, which tells the true Potter certain events. This scene is very strong,\ or a series of scenes I suppose you could call it, which starts from a kind of blurry, as it's supposed to, but soon becomes painfully obvious where it is to explain the events that spanned the whole series for us. Many of these perspectives, \but it does not make it any less powerful".
"This was a screening in 3D, which turned out to be completely useless, as is the case in most of the time. It is noticeable here is barely in the 3D reality and stop at all noticeable almost immediately. It's kind of sad to say that the picture is the most important thing in 3D was a full pair of glasses that appeared in the side by side with a message telling you to put your glasses on 3D now\. It's a terrible mistake and not to make a film Harry Potter in 3D in the first place because of the darkness became these movies. All it does it make it darker, with a move away from all the hard work the cast and crew did not create this magical world".
"Overall, the Harry Potter series had its ups and downs, and although it was only ended up to greatness, and most of these films turned out to be entertaining. As I mentioned in my review for Part 1,\ in the past few years, watching these films is like checking in on our friends as much, and now that's been brought to an end, we must say goodbye. "Part 2 ends" with being a science worthy of this privilege for ten years to get out to a satisfactory result with a permanent farewell to these characters\.