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Harry Potter’ Deathly Hallows: Part 2 – Trailer

Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part 2 - Trailer
This summer sees the release of possibly the biggest film of all time. It’s so big, so important and so eagerly awaited that it had to split into two parts to accomodate the sheer awesomeness of the spectacle. No, I’m not talking about Breaking Dawn (although I could be, couldn’t I?), but rather Harry Potter VII: And The Deathly Hallows Part II In Glorious Three Dimensions. And this week sees the release of the first trailer.

The first film, it must be said, was something of a damp squib – loads of talking, pondering and getting lost in the countryside. Well that was just the set-up. Like the novel itself, the second half is where sh*t gets real.

If the book is anything to go by, this is going to be off the chain. The camping is done, the soul-searching is over and the pointless meandering is forgotten. Now things get incredible – raids on Gringotts bank, massive bloody dragons flying over London and the mother of all showdowns. Though it does look like the climax has been amped up a hell of a lot. This can only be a good thing, as the final battle in the book was a bit of a letdown, given how great the rest of the series’ finales were. And, bonus: Molly Weasley vs Bellatrix Lestrange! It’ll be impossible not to cheer when that happens.

Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part 2 - Poster

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  • Sheridan Passell said

    I really want to get excited about this, honestly. They are great movies. But the series is just two movies too long. They took too long to get to the point. It’s all so overly familiar.

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    • rnm said

      you dont know what youre talking abot!!!!!!!!!!!! this is one of the most waited for movie ever!!!!!!! everone is so excited!!! i cant wait:)

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    • Chrissy said

      You hae no idea whatyou are going on about. Clearly not a true Potter fan and in that case you should keep your snide comments to yourself and leae this section for those who want to celebrat the triumph of the final film soom to be realeased.x

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  • Severus Snape said

    I am very excited about the new Harry Potter and the deathly hallows party 2 coming I am going to see the Midnight Permier when it comes out. YAAAAAAY

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  • harrypotter107 said

    im 10 years old and im obsesed so is my friend

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  • Emilee said

    Can people stop criticizing part 1 for being “boring”?? Not only is the character development necessary and the ‘meandering camping’ approx. 1-2 minutes (yes, they camp for a longer duration of the film, but during this time, they encounter snatchers with dead children, battle a snake, get in an argument that’s vital to the trio’s friendship, dance to an awesome song, escape death eaters, destroy a horcrux, etc..), but the series is allowed to change things up a bit and get more serious.

    Did The Social Network or The King’s Speech keep you at the edge of your seat? No. Were they damn fine films? Yes. DH: Part 1 isn’t as flawless as those two films, but it certainly provides more thrills (in total–TSN and TKS have slightly unexpectedly thrilling plots, but, in comparison, are less exciting than DH).

    Ultimately, I think that movie goers expected something with more of a dramatic climax and less depth or character reflection, thus making it difficult to remember how thrilling and interesting the film actually is.

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  • Thom said

    I haven’t read the books but have seen all the films with my kids and have them all on DVD. Very much looking forward to this.

    The real question I find myself pondering is should I watch all the previous HP films again before seeing this in the cinema? Maybe one a week (don’t think I could handle them all in a row!)

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  • gd smith said

    I thought part 1 was one of the better Potter films, especially the cartoon bit about the origins of the deathly Hollows.
    My theory about JK Rowling is that she was an 80s horror fan.
    Harry Potter is the lead character in Troll.
    And lead characters in Richard Franklin’s Road Games are Quid and Hitch.

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    • Sheridan Passell said

      I worry about your mind sometimes. This is stream of consciousness worthy of James Joyce.

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      • gd smith said

        It’s true the lead character in Troll is a boy called Harry Potter. It is a fantasy film about trolls and magic kingdoms invading a boy’s humdrum normal world.
        OK the Quid and Hitch thing is a bit of a stretch, OK a big stretch, well actually more of a random half notion stretched to snapping point.
        It wasn’t a stream of consciousness thing, though. It was more that I was going through a job lot of old VHS tapes and the names featured prominently in the trailers. I just thought it was sort of interesting. The Troll thing is especially interesting. Watch the trailer on youtube and you’ll see what I mean.

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        • Sheridan Passell said

          You’re right, I forgot that Harry Potter thing in Troll. Really weird.

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  • JP said

    Now THAT is what I call a trailer. Really looking forward to this one.
    Sheridan your lukewarm response is distressing. Own up – have you read the books?

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    • Sheridan Passell said

      I haven’t read the books. If I had then I’m sure my level of excitement would be much higher.

      No doubt I will enjoy it when I watch it.

      I do like to distress people.

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  • steven k said

    Distress…or undress!? Bahahahahaaaa…

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  • Piotr said

    Gone for a few months, and BAM!

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  • Sandy said

    the series are not a bad series, but it’s not the greatest series I’ve seen. The problem that i have with the movies is that they are to draggy for me. They are suppose to be a fantasy movies that requires a lot of magic, and since the 3rd movie, there hasn’t been much about the magic anymore than it use to be. And what i mean by draggy is that it’s too talkative, some of the pacing in the movies are either rushed or too slow. The first one was at least good and interesting, the second was a bit too whiny for me, the third was a bit dull, the fourth was too rushed, the fifth was horrible in many ways, the sixth was even more horrible, and the part 1 of the deathly hallows was still good, but again, it’s still draggy. I haven’t read the books and i don’t even bother to read them, because absolutely, they messed up the fourth and fifth, since those two were the fat ones. With the sixth movie, the title “Half-blood Prince” didn’t make any since to me nor did it do any justice to Snape’s character, he was hardly in the movie and so was his book. It seems like the book was just a prop and nothing else to it. It focus too much on Voldemort which to me it felt like he’s the Half-blood Prince, instead of Snape. There are some good things about this series, is that a lot of the characters do develop, the special effects are good, the art direction is good, most of the acting is well done, the some of the stories that are interesting. But the one thing I never liked with the movies since the 3rd one was when the color started to look dark, gray, blue, and green. I know that it’s suppose to get darker, but that really just made the picture worse. Everyone was hying about the sixth one saying it’s going to be dark, it’s going to be dark. After i saw it, it really wasn’t that dark. From Act 1 to Act 2, all it was too comic like, when it was suppose to be serious for the entire movie, but it wasn’t. But with the cave thing and after that, yes it had a darker feeling to it. Even Voldemort’s past wasn’t that dark, that is just me, it was just a bit cliche. I hope that part 2 of this movie is worth the money, because my mom drags me into it.

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