Sunday, November 21, 2010

Dark Potter

It is dark and scary. They run for life, they suffer from the sheer impossibility of their task. They'll come through.
Daniel, Emma and Rupert are all grown up and they act their parts brilliantly.
Even though it's strange to devide the last book into two parts it wouldn't have worked in any other way. There's simply too much to tell.
So hats off to some well-written funny dialogues (had to giggle and laugh out loud several times, especially Ron was extremely funny), good special effects (wow, these flying scenes!) and all the emotions I ran through.
I loved every minute of The Deathly Hallows Part 1.

Pardon the spoiler: The seven Potters! :)

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