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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2, the last of the Harry Potter series, where Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, and Hermione Granger are on a mission to demolish Voldemort, once and for all, by destroying every piece of his soul that lie in Horcruxes that are spread out among the Wizarding World. To readers and watchers that find harmony in the Harry Potter series, this is for you. Deathly Hallows part 2, which came out in the summer of 2011, was adapted from the book of the same title by J.K. Rowling and tastefully directed by David Yates (IMDb). The movie was mindfully scored to fit its scenes, elegantly directed to achieve an artistic aesthetic, and portrays the development and dynamics of the characters. This movie, was charmingly …show more content…

Artistically, Yates does an extraordinary job with keeping the mysterious stigma that encompasses the Harry Potter series. Compared to movie four, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire directed by Mike Newell (The Harry Potter Films), where there is an explicit sequence of events due to the Triwizard Tournament. There is more difficulty in producing an artistic approach because it is simply an event with three distinct scenes. However, there is room for some thrill. According to Christopher Zf, writer for The Stake, “Newell gets lost in the action and the magic of Goblet, but the point of this story is the dark turn it takes, and that he handles well. Newell does well directing the three mediocre child-actors into moderately skilled adolescent actors” (The Harry Potter Films). Newell loses his grip while the dramatic scenes change in the movie. To begin, Daniel Radcliffe (Harry), Rupert Grint (Ron), and Emma Watson (Hermione) did not flourish any more as actors throughout the movie, which does not imply that they were any less talented. Secondly, the “dark turn” the film takes as Zf explains could have been handled better in terms of uniqueness. For example, the setting where Harry and Cedric Diggory believe they finish their task as they touch the Cup simultaneously, the scene then shifts to a graveyard with a dark and shadowed lighting. The poor lighting makes it unclear as to what

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