Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part Two trailer review
After ten years the Harry Potter film series is coming to an end. A couple of months ago a trailer was released and now a second one has followed. This will be the last trailer we’ll see for this film, as it comes out on the 15th of July, which is just under a month away.
I love Harry Potter; I’ve read all the books and seen all the films. Harry Potter was the first book I ever really wanted to read, so the series is important to me and so many other fans. Finishing the last book was a bitter sweet moment, but at least the films were still going. Now that they too are coming to an end, the feeling is more bitter than sweet, but for now let’s forget about the era coming to an end and instead focus on the epic movie that we are about to receive.
Personally, I felt that Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part one was a bit disappointing. It had some great scenes, the Deathly Hallows story scene being my favourite, but as a whole it wasn’t as good as I’d expected. I wasn’t mad about it though, because I knew that they had gotten all of the less exciting parts out of the way in part one leaving all the best bits for part two. Judging from the trailer I was right.
The trailer is fantastic. It shows some great action sequences, but one of the things that stood out most was a scene were Harry’s mother says goodbye to him before Voldemort killed her. I’m glad they’ve put this in, it gives more heart to the film, after all it’s not an action movie. At the core of the story are these families of wizards who now have to fight and maybe die to stop Voldemort, so expect some sad scenes. However, if you are into action you won’t be disappointed by the many explosions that take place in the film.
Though it will be sad for fans to see the end, we can at least take comfort in the fact that the series is getting a great send off. Now go forth muggles and don’t forget to vote and comment below. Also subscribe and like this post this post, every like contributes to the fight against Voldemort.