Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2

  • Director: David Yates
  • Writer: Steve Kloves, J.K. Rowling
  • Countries of origin: United Kingdom, United States
  • Language: English
  • Release date: July 15, 2011
  • Runtime: 2h 10min
  • Sound mix: Dolby Digital, Datasat, Dolby Surround 7.1, SDDS, Sonics-DDP
  • Aspect ratio: 2.39 : 1
  • Also known as: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 3D
  • The film "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2" is based on the seventh chapter 25 and later of the Harry Potter series of novels by British female writer JK Rowling . It is the final chapter of the Harry Potter series of films. The director will continue to be directed by David Yates , the director who filmed episodes 5 and 6 , co-starred by Daniel Jacob Radcliffe , Em and Rupert Grint . The film held its world premiere on July 7, 2011 in London, England. The lower part is released in 3D , Image Maximum and 2d versions. The film is the first time in the Harry Potter film series that the entire movie is played in 3D.
    The movie tells the dangerous journey of Harry, Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger to find and destroy the mysterious root of Lord Voldemort's immortality-Horcrux. The Death Eaters of Lord Voldemort seized control of the Ministry of Magic and even Hogwarts. Harry's only hope was to find all the Horcruxes before Lord Voldemort found him. When he was looking for clues, he revealed an almost forgotten legend: the legendary Deathly Hallows   .


    • Release date July 15, 2011
    • Filming locations Freshwater West, Pembrokeshire, Wales, UK
    • Production companies Warner Bros., Heyday Films, Moving Picture Company (MPC)

    Box office


    $125,000,000 (estimated)

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    Opening weekend US & Canada


    Gross worldwide


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    • By Monique 2022-04-23 07:01:04

      bye bye bye bye

      The Resurrection Stone fell in Harry's palm, and those deceased relatives appeared before him.
      From here to the end, I have been crying, watching this boy finally confront his enemy face to face, and seeing him finally face his other soul, as if fighting with the past self, let the past turn to ashes and fly to In the sky, he was finally born again, and he was finally able to laugh easily. Looking at this, I really want to cry out loud.
      After more than ten years of fighting, the enemy...

    • By Braeden 2022-04-23 07:01:04

      Can life span 19 years in one transition?

      I rushed into the theater in the rain last night, and finally finished watching this ending when the relative quietness and enthusiasm faded away. I gave it five stars, four stars for the movie itself, and one star for myself and Harry Potter this decade! When I see this in the movie, I already have feelings, I just want to listen to an idol's album, and the last thing I listen to is not the music itself. It's all a superposition of past memory fragments. In the best 10 years, leave the label....

    • By Brittany 2022-04-23 07:01:04

      Too nostalgic, how to look forward

      I sometimes doubt my memory. I basically forgot all the details of the original book I read many years ago. Before going to the cinema, I still begged my friends to tell me what the last episode was about half a year ago. Over the past ten years, the long story that Hogwarts has brought me has slowly been wiped out, and only the three main characters are left, and there is still a feeling of neither deep nor shallow, neither strong nor light.

             I don’t know how many people...

    • By Retta 2022-04-23 07:01:04

      era movie

      In the sense of the times, this film is the end of a series: it may accompany you from the youthful youth of junior high school or high school to the social ups and downs after graduating from college, or it may accompany you from a carefree childhood to a life related to life The test of fate, perhaps it is simply that it has occupied you for so many years. I believe that for a "Harry Potter fan", this movie's era is far more important than the movie itself - and the novel is long overdue, and...

    • By Jeff 2022-04-23 07:01:04

      Severus' testimony

      10 years. A full 10 years of waiting. The finale ends today.

      The Harry Potter movie is finally over. There is no more anxious waiting, endless hope.

      Can't remember when I got hooked on Harry Potter. Those first four books made me read many times. I always thought, when will it end, when will Harry marry Hermione? Then came the movie storm, which, literally, took the world by storm.

      From 2001 to 2011, I have witnessed you in these ten years, and you have accompanied...

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    • By Ellen 2023-08-14 10:32:02

      Although I think it is 4 stars! I didn't cry for the two tears I knew in advance! But that part of Uncle Snape was sore to the throat! Ever since I saw Hogwarts on the defensive, I've been so sad to see it destroyed in such an indescribable way. But after thinking that the wizards can restore it quickly, I feel relieved~ When the three looked at each other and held hands, they thought about how they would tell their children about this past, in fact, we are the same as them! Make a...

    • By Hadley 2023-07-07 12:15:12

      Disappointed at the cinema. . . Not just the end of a movie, but the end of an era. In my opinion this movie is super five star. Every scene, every soundtrack is a climax, and of course there are places where I want to complain. I haven't had a movie in a long time that made me tug at my heart from start to finish and couldn't calm down. We were all in tears when the red train pulled out again. The story is always in my heart and never...

    • By Bethany 2023-06-23 09:25:57

      Maybe too much anticipation caused insomnia the night before, but it was not so thrilling when I watched it. As a movie objectively speaking, 3.5, the structure is loose and simple, and it has a 3D effect, but it is not just a movie, it contains too many emotions Too many memories~ No. 8, Row 6, Wanda...

    • By Al 2023-06-20 22:29:52

      2011.8.4 On the first day of the show, there were very few people; the climax was repeated; Voldemort was always in tears; 19 years later, it was really not good...; it is better to watch 3D than to watch imax 2D~

    • By Allan 2023-05-21 00:41:52

      This is the most classic, with various tears in the latter part of the film. . . Snape is the most sympathetic character...

    Movie plot

    Harry entered the illusion connected with Voldemort's consciousness and found some Horcruxes, but it also made Voldemort aware of their actions. Harry entered the illusion again and deduced Voldemort's residence, and the three of them came here. They saw Voldemort order the Viper to get rid of Snape in order to pass on the magic of the old wand to himself. As he died, Snape gave Harry the memory. It turned out that he had always loved...
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    Behind the scenes gags

    "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" is one of the seven original novels of "Harry Potter".
    After Alan Rickman played Professor Snape, J.K. Rowling had already spoiled him the story of the entire series, and he became one of the few who knew the "Harry Potter" series from the beginning. The story of the person.
    John Hurt and Jim Broder have collaborated for the second time since "Indiana Jones....
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    Copy production

    In the film, when the trio was looking around for the Horcrux in Gringotts, Hermione accidentally came across a gold bracelet. The bracelet began to vibrate as soon as it hit the ground, it made a sound similar to popcorn explosion, and then began a crazy copy that couldn't be stopped. This shot was taken care of by Tipett Studios, a veteran special effects company in the United States. In order to achieve the desired effect, the...
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    Box Office Results

    The film was opened in 4,375 theaters in North America, becoming the largest number of theaters in the past; it earned 92.1 million box office revenue on the first day of screening, followed by box office sales of 42.85 million and 33.60 million on Saturday and Sunday, respectively, and the cumulative box office in the first week of release For 169 million U.S. dollars.
    "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Part 2)" was officially...
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    European and American Evaluation

    Perhaps the most successful part of this final chapter is that it overcomes the limitations and deficiencies of text. Many people think that Rowling’s portrayal of the final battle in the novel was not very successful, but David Yates turned it into a tragic and magnificent picture. The students fought against the food that flooded the school like a tide Dead. This is a landmark film that resonates with everyone: everyone has a dark...
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    The ultimate battle is tragic and grand action scenes "no pee points" throughout

    The ending chapter mainly revolves around the ultimate battle between Horcrux and Harry and Voldemort. The action scene is enlarged in the film. There is a wonderful fighting scene almost every ten minutes in the film, plus the Iron Triangle Gringotts The big scenes such as the escape, the Battle of Hogwarts, and the ultimate showdown made the audience even more dizzying. The ending was called the "Magic War Epic".
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    more about Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 The ultimate battle is tragic and grand action scenes "no pee points" throughout

    Movie quotes

    • Professor Albus Dumbledore: Do not pity the dead, Harry. Pity the living and above all, those who live without love.

    • Harry Potter: We have to go there, now.

      Hermione Granger: What? We can't do that! We've got to plan! We've got to figure it out...

      Harry Potter: Hermione! When have any of our plans ever actually worked? We plan, we get there, all hell breaks loose!

    • Remus Lupin: It is the quality of one's convictions that determines success, not the number of followers.

      Kingsley Shacklebolt: Who said that?

      Remus Lupin: Me.