Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows - Part 1
Harry Potter is being attacked while leaving the Dursleys house by Lord Voldemort and his cohort. People of Phoenix came to protect him and escort him to a safer place. Eventually Voldemort and the Death Eater manage to find and attack him, despite six people were trying carefully disguise Harry.
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Keywords: #Daniel Radcliffe #David Yates #Emma Watson #Harry Potter and The Deathly Hollows ( Part 1) #Rupert Grint
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November 20, 2013 Deathly Hallows is the first Harry Potter film that fully delivers on the promise of J.K. Rowling's works, expertly balancing a tricky and expansive narrative, along with quiet character moments and some rollicking action sequences.Read in Source
November 20, 2013 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1 isn't close to being a bad movie, but it is arguably the weakest among the seven films in the series.Read in Source
November 20, 2013 Yates does a pretty good job with the heavy lifting, but there's not much poetry to this exercise that brings the story of the boy wizard one step closer to its conclusion.Read in Source
November 20, 2013 Part 1, like its predecessors, has been made with great care, craft and attention to detail. It is also darker and more foreboding.Read in Source
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
November 19, 2010 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 is slower and stranger than any of the previous films, simultaneously raising hopes for a haunting finale while dimming hopes for a magical one.Read in Source
November 20, 2013 It feels like the longest, deathliest panto ever made -- and still it isn't over.Read in Source
November 22, 2010 The trouble with Harry, as becomes clear from this seventh and penultimate installment, is not that we have lost the plot -- the film is as tangled and as corkscrewed as Bonham Carter's hair -- but that we are in danger of losing everything else.Read in Source
San Diego Reader
November 14, 2016 Maturing performances are a bonus, but the show's the thing, and by now it seems much richer than any theme park that could ever be made from it.Read in Source
November 20, 2010 There is much to love in the latest offering from the Potter franchise.Read in Source
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