After a decade, the Harry Potter franchise finally ends with “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2”. Also released in 3D (unlike the first film), the film is set to show the epic battle of good and evil represented by Potter and Voldemort. The main characters have grown under the eyes of the world and their final film finishes their role with a bang.
Thinking about the pressure everyone has to go through to end a decade long saga can easily unnerve anyone, but director David Yates seemed to put everyone’s concern at ease by bringing out the best in the last. This doesn’t mean other movies in the Potter series are bad but the final film is an amazing interpretation of the final moments of the book.
In “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1” the audiences were set-up on what should happen in the 2nd part of the film. Naturally, Part 2 features a lot of fighting involving magic and you should expect that heavy CGI to be part of the film. This is another reason why critics love the final film of Harry Potter – while other films tend to rely on CGI for attracting audiences to the theater, the CGI was the least of everyone’s worries. The characters practically blend with the effects and since it’s all magic, you will be immersed on how they interact with all the special effects in the film.
The film also brings a satisfying closure to every character in the series. The film is not just something hurried so that the starring actors in the Potter series still look young. It’s made with style, craft and the mind of every Harry Potter fan on how the film should end – in a magical fashion.