Yesterday I watched the last Harry Potter movie, so I will write some kind of review. I will signify spoiler parts with italic font, so if you didn't watch the movie yet, I suggest not to read them.
First of all, I liked how the action gets its tempo from the beginning, it actually is even more lively than in prequel. There are no unnecessary stops. In my opinion the movie was not boring for even a while, that's good feature. As for ~2 hour movie, in fact rather lots of things occur, so all events happen rather quickly and places of action are being changed seemingly too fast as many watchers observed. In fact, some places characters visit are shown for a very short moment before they are changed again. I would personally not consider it as a disadvantage, maybe can seem a bit confusing, but all that is needed not to get confused to have some knowledge from previous parts.
Special effects were fabulous as always, there was no fail with that for sure.
I for sure did not regret watching it and I can honestly say I consider that part as the best one.
================spoiler part=================In my opinion it was some significant disadvantage that there were not shown scenes of death of characters like Fred Weasley, Remus Lupin and Tonks. They were accurately described in book, while in movie they are skipped showing only their dead bodies. Too huge skip in my opion. The death of Snape - for sure one of the saddest momments in the movie. The truth about Dumbledore's death was revealed in an effective way, howevesr still there are many questions about the nature of that character. At one point he helped Harry to find a sword and forged it leaving a fake in Gringott bank, but at the same time he was able to disobey Voldemort and was a death eater again after Dumbledore's death. Nonetheless, it was sad he died, in a very brutal way. He could have been killed by simple Avada kedavra spell, but no. Voldemort had to terribly torment him using his snake. But otherwise, he would not be able to give Harry tears, so he could meet the truthThe lack of tale of Dumbledore's past was a huge mistake - in first part they came up with mentioning interesting truth about Dubledore's father that killed two muggles, so that has caused Dubledore a negative renoma, however not many remembered that. But the true story about that event was skipped that left some hole. I really expected that scene would be shown, even when there already were other references to the past.The scene in which Molly Weasley murders Bellatrix Lestrange I consider as a pure epicness. Quite bad of me saying this I know, but that was one of characters I strongly despised through the whole saga ^^' Anyway, who could expect such strenght in an inconspicious Ron's mother? That confirms the saying that mother in defense of her child gets an enormous power. Maybe a small mistake, but it seemed that Voldemort was obliterated right after Nagini, the last horcrux was destroyed, while strictly precisely he only lost his immortality, so Avada kedavra would work on him. In book that spell was actually bounced from Harry's expeliarmus, so it hit him leading to his definitive end.
And what are your opinions?
I hope you liked it as well.