Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows Part 2. A film of fantasy violence and humor in the sidelines. Great special effects but watching it in such a small cinema screen was not worth watching in 3D. The story was intact but in some portions many things were either changed or added. Although the film was full of explosions, unlike Transformers, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows Part 2 still had a story. Forcing myself not to cry at portions of the film was not a problem for the *lovely* audience switched my feelings of sadness and sorrow to anger and annoyance to their endless chatter and phone ringings. But my only wish was they could have made the film at least 3 hours long. This was the ending, at least make the film long enough for us to be really sucked in. And also, seeing Severus' true emotions was just great and new. It turned out better than I imagined as I read the book. Thank you Alan Rickman for no other could play the role of Severus Snape as good as you do. And to Neville Longbottom (played by Matthew Lewis) for his sudden changed from being round-faced and "short and plump and blond" (according to the book) to a new heroic DA member. Thank you David Yates. He did a wonderful job in directing this film.
My favorite lines of the film:
"I always wanted to use that spell" - Minerva McGonagall
"Not my daughter bitch!" - Molly Weasley
"Could someone bloody tell me what a diadem is" - Ron Weasley