Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows – Part 1 & 2
Harry, Hermione and Ron have to find the Horcruxes and destroy them as that’s the only way they’ll ever be able to beat Voldemort, but the evil one’s forces are all around and with less and less people to protect Harry things aren’t getting easier. And to make matters worse, the Dark Lord is searching for the most powerful objects in the wizarding world, the Deathly Hallows.
Sound and Vision:
This combo pack comes with both movies on DVD and each of them has excellent image quality. We didn’t spot any obnoxious compression errors, the level of detail is really good, the contrast is spot on, the dark atmosphere is portrayed very well and the visual effects just spatter from the screen. Awesomeness guaranteed!
The sound guarantees a bombastic ride into action with lots of use of the surround channels, supported by a good amount of bass coming from the subwoofer, and this while dialogues remain at all times crystal clear. Both the sound and the visuals are excellent, especially for DVD.
- Dan, Rupert And Emma’s Running Competition
- Extra Scene
- The Frozen Lake
- The Harry and Nagini Battle
- Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1: Behind the Soundtrack
- On The Green With Rupert, Tom, Oliver And James
- The Seven Harrys
- Aberforth Dumbledore
- Deathly Hallows Costume Changes
- Harry Returns to Hogwarts
- The Hogwarts Shield
- Room of Requirement Set
- The Fiery Escape
- Final Farewells from Cast and Crew
- When Harry Left Hogwarts
- The Goblins of Gringotts
- The Women of Harry Potter
- Deleted Scenes
- Neville’s Stand
- Molly Takes Down Bellatrix
- Pottermore Preview
- Warner Bros. Studio Tour London
A ton of extras on two bonus discs that will please any fan of Harry Potter.
Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows Part 1 & 2 is dark, very dark. The movies have become grittier over the years and this has accumulated to the most gruesome atmosphere in Harry Potter yet, and we like it.
Part 1 is a bit slow and lacks action, but that’s due to the fact that it’s a build-up towards the grand finale that Part 2 is. Therefore, we strongly suggest to check out both movies right after each other so you can grasp the entire story in one go.
Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows is by far the best Harry Potter movie(s) that almost manage to uplift the sorceror’s tales to the level of Lord of the Rings. Especially the big battle scenes in Part 2 at Hogwarth’s remind of the epic battles seen in Jackson’s trilogy. This, combined with the decent acting and dark atmosphere make for a great ending of a highly succesful series.