Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 Movie Review

The highpoint of the Harry Potter series is depicted in the Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows – Part 2. It is the climax of all Harry Potter movies. Harry Potter’s prophecy, as well as that of Voldemort’s were fulfilled in this last movie. Each and every destiny was concluded as permeated in its massive and enthralling mesh. The movie is a theater of war marked with all the emotions and memories of those whose death came sooner. As the concluding chapter of the series, Harry Potter and the Deathly hallows Part 2 showed how all seven movies succumbed to death.  Rewards were given where they are due and those who need to pay the price got what they deserve.

The momentum the movie showcased was like no other. If there were some lengthy and intimate pauses, they were justified in the end. Severus Snape even has a touching and very beautiful moment in the film that will surely go down in history. Dumbledore and Harry had their ho-hum parts but nonetheless, the director David Yates made an excellent job overall. Two hours is not enough though because it is quite obvious that the people involved with the movie wanted to fit everything in and make it meaningful. As a whole, the movie was great. There’s no other way you could have it.

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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 is Selling Like Hotcakes on Fandango

The final chapter of the Harry Potter series is opening in theaters on July 15, 2011 and more than 2,000 tickets had already been sold at the Fandango, one of the leading movie houses in the nation. The ticket buyers come from different parts of the country including Anchorage, Alaska up to Sunrise, Florida. Last December 2010, Fandango made a survey and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 is the most awaited movie of 2011. And as of the moment, the final Harry Potter has the fastest selling movie tickets so far. On Wednesday, 71% of Fandango’s ticket sales is for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallow Part 2 and coming in with the second most number of ticket sales is Transformers: Dark of the Moon.

The final Harry Potter film also is better this year compared to the previous Potter film in terms of ticket sales. Today, it even sold twice as many tickets as that of the Harry Potter: Half Blood Prince if you look at the sale cycle of the movie at same point in time.

You can buy your tickets in advance through Fandango or through your wireless mobile device at mobile.fandango.com or you may dial 1-800-FANDANGO. You can also download Fandango’s top-ranking movie ticketing apps, available on iPad, iPhone, Blackberry, Palm, Android, and Windows Phone 7 among others.

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