Tagline: Once again I must ask too much of you, Harry
Director: David Yates
Writer: Based on the Novel by J.k Rowling
Actor Lead Role: Daniel Radcliffe as Harry Potter, Rupert Grint as Ron Weasley
Actress Lead Role: Emma Watson as Hermione Granger, Bonnie Wright as Ginny Weasley
I went to the theater with much excitement and so was all the fans with me. I just cant express how fans shouted with thrill at the start of the movie. It was like a dream come true to see the good script as the movie. But this film is not as expected.
If your an Harry potter fan you will be stunned by the irrelevant scenes that appears after an another. And if your a new guy who came to see the movie you will find very hard to understand the concept of the film itself.I never thought i will write the following comment on the film.
This film is again a failure as Order of Phoenix. As an Harry potter fan, i am very much disappointed with David Yates. Its just outrageous to know another Best Script ever is failed by the crew.
I don’t think its only me but the film goes very dull. The only best part of the movie is Ron’s quidditch comedy. Man i enjoyed the romantic scene between Ron and hermione and also Harry with Ginny
Other than this, nothing count’s. I dont know what happened to Daniel!!! He didnt expressed his act well. During Dumbledore death scene he just acted like he was forced to act
Many scenes were missing, i said earlier that the two consecutive scene’s were irrevelant. The scene where Harry tells ron and hermione about Horcrux is not there, and so was the good bye scene before harry goes to the cave. It was also missing. But at the climax, Ron and hermione speak as though they know about horcrux!!!! I just recalled one scene. many scene’s in between were missing or irrevelant.
Michael Gambon and Tom Felton ( Draco Malfoy) has really made Justice to their role. Their act was very much superb. Particularly Tom Felton, he played his role very well.
Finally i conclude saying ,Personally i cried after seeing this movie. Not upto my expectations.