Movie – Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2

The long awaited last part of HARRY POTTER LAST PART IS FINALLY HERE!! I had wanted to wait till next week but I simply just COULDN’T wait! After all, it’s HARRY, who had accompanied a lot of us for the past 10 years! Gosh, time flies isn’t it?

Oh well, the story started as how the previous part 1 of the “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” ended, where Voldemort found the Elder wand, Dobby died and the few of them are staying at the Shell Cottage. Harry then convinced Griphook (a Goblin) to bring them to Gringotts, where Bellatrix’s vault is, in exchange for the Gryffindor’s Sword. So, Hermione disguised herself as Bellatrix and Ron as Rupert, while Harry carried Griphook on the back and hid under the invisible cloak. With the help of the imperious curse, they managed to reach the vault.

So a series of events happened then but the trio managed to grab the Helga Hufflepuff’s Cup (one of the horcrux) and escape the vault with the help of a captive dragon. The 3 of them later jumped off the dragon into the lake, where Harry saw Voldemort killing all the goblins in Gringotts in a fit of frustation. They then later apparate to Hogsmeade where they were saved by Aberforth Dumbledore, who is Albus Dumbledore’s brother.

They managed to go to Hogwarts with his help and from there, they gathered with the rest of the students and Order of the Phoenix. That’s where all the fighting began as Voldemort tried to kill Harry before he destroyed all the horcruxes.

Nice? It’s FANTASTIC! But… it all ends here… After watching the movie, somehow there’s a sudden feel of emptiness somewhere. It’s like, there’s nothing else to look forward to. Why? Because Voldemort had died and I doubt he will appear again. The movie shows the few of them all grown up (19 years later), with Harry married with Ginny, and Hermione with Ron. And it also showed Draco with another lady too, sending their kids off onto the train. But I would say, they definitely look a bit funny trying to look grown up (in late 30’s), other than Ron and Hermione. But still, thumbs up!

It’s just too bad I missed the 24 hour marathon for Harry Potter’s movie… MUST WATCH!

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