Monday, 18 July 2011

Harry Potter Deathly Hallows Part 2 - 3D Review

The box office records worldwide where an astounding $168.6 million in U.S. and Canadian ticket sales over the opening weekend and nearly $476 million globally.

The first "Potter" film released in 3D did not disappoint, the local cinema was booked out a week before the film and the only free showing was the 10.00pm
Thinking it wouldn't be that busy i was greeted with embrassing adults and teenagers dressed in Hogwarts attire.
Ron and Hermione finally kiss.
However the best part of this film had to be the charmingly awkward Neville Longbottom who became brave over summer. With his quick quips and humorous jokes he was a breath of fresh air.
Draco was dreamy yet dark, and Voldemort uglier then ever.
Harry Potter in 3D is a amazing, action packed film.. 
Sure it strays from the book however in two and a half hours they had to pack it in. They had more than enough romance, action, comedy, drama, tears and magic in it. 

I advise all to see this breathtaking film, even non avid fans will enjoy it.
I promise you will not be disappointed...