Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2 Movie Review: The End of An Era

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Avada Kedavra...It all ends!  The killing curse has a kind of finality that comes with a sadness we can all share.  While, the ending of Harry Potter is long-anticipated, it still somehow feels like we're losing our best friend.

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Was a really good movie, but the ending was a bit shit, Harry manages to defeat Lord Voldemort and they just stand there as if they've done nothing more than bake a cake, where was the celebrations!!!

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ummm, yeah that's kida' what the end of the book is about, what all the books has been leading up to? the fight between good and evil?

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Don't get me wrong. I did manage to enjoy "DEATHLY HALLOWS PART 2". But it turned out exactly what I had feared . . . with all but 30 minutes of the movie focused solely on the Battle of Hogswarts. Oh well.