London’s Daily Telegraph is the first outlet to review the upcoming final installment of the “Harry Potter” series, “The Deathly Hallows Part 2” and the review has even more excited than we already were, if that is even possible.
Critic Philip Womack writes, “This is monumental cinema, awash with gorgeous tones, and carrying an ultimate
message that will resonate with every viewer, young or old: there is
darkness in all of us, but we can overcome it.”
Womack also assures us that the final battle for Hogwarts lives up to what we are all hoping it could be. He says, “Perhaps the greatest triumph of this final film is its ability to overcome the
deficiencies of J K Rowling’s writing. In the last Harry Potter volume, she
failed singularly to muster the epic feel needed; as a result, on the page,
the concluding battle at Hogwarts was a damp squib. But Yates here transmutes it into a genuinely terrifying spectacle, as
bloodied students fight desperately against a horde of screaming black-robed
“Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2” opens nationwide on Friday, July 15. We can hardly wait.