Tuesday, 12 July 2011

What a Way To Go, Harry Potter!



Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part 2
Not a Review.
IT'S FINALLY OVER.
After TEN YEARS
SEVEN BOOKS,
EIGHT MOVIES.
The Harry Potter series has finally ended!



It's not been a very easy franchise to follow.
Not all the films were great,
The first two were plodding bores,
The third was awesome,
The fourth, fifth and sixth were not bad,
And the seventh was just pointless.
But at least the whole thing has ended on a high.
But WHAT A WAY to end it all.



This is probably Radcliff'es best performance in the ENTIRE series.
At least you don't want to slap him silly.
And he's got more than two expressions this time around.
And Voldemort got more things to say also.
Damn scary bugger.
No nose also so scary.



Neville Longbottom!
YOU DA MAN!
Oooh, Emma Watson.
Cleavage Rating 6.5 (only because she doesn't er... flaunt it)
Ron is not so annoying either.



WHOA Flashbacks of LOTR.
And er.. Matrix Reloaded.
Don't ask.
Wah damn drama.
Damn emo.
So sad also.
*sob sob sob*



SNAPE! SNAPE! SNAPE!
Now THAT is what I call a payoff for the character!
THIS is what we've been waiting for!
And Alan Rickman is AWESOME here.
And Professor McGonagall is one badass MOFO.
I wish they'd shown her kicking more ass .



You know, they should have just made ONE movie.
Cut out bits of part one, and add an extra hour to part two.
Then it would have been SO SO much better.
But I don't blame the filmmakers
I blame Rowling-In-It.
She desperately needed an editor,
Especially in those last few books,
Which were thicker than bloody dictionaries.



But all in all, it's a good way to finish the series.
Lots of action, lots of drama,
And the mother of all wizard duels.
(actually, not really.)
(It's nothing compared to the Dumbledore vs. Voldemort duel in HP5)
It sure ain't no Return Of The King, that's for sure,
But it's still a brilliant way to end the franchise.



Oh, and who want to bet ten years from now,
J.K. Rowling-in-it is gonna write a prequel,
About James, Lily, Sirus' generation?
(or maybe a gay romance novel starring Dumbledore).
(Yeeesh)


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