Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I (2010)


This is the End. My only friend, the end. Wait. It isn’t the end? But I thought that Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was the last book in the series. What gives? What? They’re splitting it into two films to make TWICE the money? Can I have some of that money? Why not?

David Yates returns for this, the second to last of the Harry Potter movies. Called Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part One, the film details the growing romantic relationship between Harry and Ron. Huh? Why would I read the book when there’s going to be an awesome movie? Oh, no gay stuff. What about Dumbledorf? Booyah. Anyways, the gang’s all back for the increasingly good Harry Potter series, so expect a similar quality to the last two, which were also directed by Yates.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part One Script

Steve Kloves is back adapting J.K. Rowling’s seventh Potter book. He wrote the script for the first five films, took one off, and is now writing both parts of the film chapter of the film. All I know about the story is that Voldemort is still building his army, and that Harry is building his own army to combat him. I’m sure there’ll be something about how friends and family are important and magical, and then I’ll leave pleased to have seen it.

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Aw, yeah boy! New trailer! BOOM!

Who’s It For?

The last film was oddly PG, so who knows, but it’ll be good for the whole family, or you can horse whip me.

Movie Release Date

November 19, 2010.

Who’s In It?

I said the whole gang’s back, sheesh, what else do you want? Oh, the cast list:
Daniel Radcliffe … Harry Potter
Emma Watson … Hermione Granger
Helena Bonham Carter … Bellatrix Lestrange
Alan Rickman … Severus Snape
Tom Felton … Draco Malfoy
Ralph Fiennes … Lord Voldemort
Bonnie Wright … Ginny Weasley
Rupert Grint … Ron Weasley
Bill Nighy … Rufus Scrimgeour
Jamie Campbell Bower … Gellert Grindelwald
Jason Isaacs … Lucius Malfoy

Related Movies

Hmmm… Nothing I can think of, except maybe Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, and Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.

What’s Good About It?

It’s Harry Potter, you love him or you hate him. Or you’re in the middle. I think that covers all the possibilities. I guess you could never have heard of him. Get out from under that rock!

What’s Bad About It?

Only thing that gives me pause is that they split the last book in two. I know Part 2 will follow the next summer, but I want the film to have some closure, not just a cliffhanger, which I feel must be coming. All the other films had their contained storyline while also building up to the end. That’s the formula I like.

Our Clever Prediction

Box office dud. No one’s gonna see it. I predict an opening weekend of one million dollars. Wouldn’t that be hilarious? Rowling would have to become a terrorist or something for people to not show up. Hell, if she were a terrorist, more people would probably come. It may not set records, but it’ll make a boatload of money.

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