Editing : Mark Day
Producer : David Heyman,David Barron,J. K. Rowling
Direction :David Yates
Release date : 19 November 2010
Rating : 3.5 /5
Harry Potter and the deathly Hallows -7 Part -1 Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, English Movie Review:
Voldermort’s coming….He’s taken control of the Ministry of Magic and Hogwarts too. The final battle is about to begin and the only way Harry Potter and his friends, Hermione and Ron, can control his growing power — and his immortality — is by destroying the Horcruxes (magical artefacts) which hold his soul. Can they find them in time? Indeed a difficult task, specially since the death-eaters are on their way and Voldermort’s evil friends are hungry for Harry’s life.
Spot the one big difference. Hogwart’s gone. Yes, the first part of the last HP film does have the dearly beloved trio — Harry, Hermione, Ron — testing their skills, but not in the fondly familiar environs of Hogwarts. The comfort zone’s gone and with it have vanished most of the familiar fraternity. Even Ginny Weasley gets to play a two-minute scene and so does Hagrid and Snape. Vile Voldermort isn’t there for too long too, although his evil threatens to explode any moment in a film that essentially sets the stage for the final battle between the boy wizard and the bad wizard.
Yup. Part one of The Deathly Hallows is largely a rumble before the deafening storm (Part 2) which opens in July next year. Till then, rest assured with arough ride in the English countryside — dangerous moors, marshes and unfriendly forests — as the trio go out on a mission impossible. They have to decipher strange clues and find the Horcruxes in order to destroy Voldermort’s shards of soul that lie hidden within them. Hence, the film mostly unfolds like one big adventurous camping trip that serves as a prelude to the final dhamaka.
No complaints really, other than the fact that the trip gets a little long-winded and the drama comes in fits and starts. Of course, there is a fire that rages across in the form of the surging hormone play between the pubescent protagonists. There’s Harry and Hermione who seem to be getting really close, although we know where their loyalties lie. But Ron seems to be burning with pangs of jealousy, harbours strange visions of the duo and even momentarily abandons his friends.
So who are the scene-stealers? Of course Harry is his usual bright self and displays a growing maturity as the anointed messiah of the apocalyptic world, but the film truly belongs to Hermione. She’s wise, warm, stable and nurturing and carries the mission forward with unflinching loyalty, despite the growing threat. And a special mention for Dobby, the free-spirit who can never forget a favour from his erstwhile master.
As Usually From Beginning of Harry potter Series The Performance of Danielle Radcliffe, Emma Watson,Rupert Grint was good, once again they proved what they would be? The other cameo and artist performance are good.
Technical and other departments :
The story which was last book of harry potter series diveded into two parts the first half story and screenplay was good. As usually The photography and the Garphic works are extraordinary.
The background score and the Music of the film was good.
The USP of Part 1? Makes you mighty impatient for Part 2. Can’t wait, can we!
Its a good Film to watch This weekend. Don’t miss it!