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It’s the beginning of the end for Harry and his friends opening this week Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part one is the first of two movies that concludes Harry’s ongoing battle against the evil Voldemort base on the 7th and final Potter book the sticks are high as the boy wizard and his most adventurous yet. Fans have been waiting years for this moment so it’s now time to find out the movie can live up to everyone’s expectations. Deathly Hallows part one sees Harry, Ron Hermione on the run. It’s neither the safety of Hogwarts nor Professor Dumbledore guidance at there disposal. They’re now lives to the magical hoar in an effort to defeat Lord Voldemort in ones and for all. This film has a very different field than previous movies and the series, it is dark, somber and sad that driving home to desperate situation that the gang is in. The movie is also amazing to look at with beautiful cinematography and some really cool sat pieces. I especially like when our three heroes are not into the ministry of magic. What real fans will love Death Hallows because it’s so character base. Yes, we do get the campaign scenes that some people fought slow the pacing of the book but we’ve watch this three grow up for years now and this attachment really face out here. Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint and Emma Watson give there best performances to date leading to some pretty dramatic stuff regarding Ron’s jealousy towards Harry and Hermione. If you think Harry Potter is just for kids you maybe surprise that how sexually charge some of the scenes are. Oh how they grow up so fast. There are a couple of changes from the original text that will make some fans grumble. A back story or two is gloss over and the new edition will be hotly debated by the fan base. But now I won’t see what it is. Oh in the ending is pretty abrupt but that’s to be expected when you take a book in arbitraries with it into. And while it does leave you a bit on unfilled just remember that we’ve only got about six months to go until part two is release. But when all set and done Deathly Hallows part one is of the very best films in the Potter series it’s a well done emotional journey conjuring up four out of five stars. For more on the movie be sure to check out ign.com.