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What the community says about Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1
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- AnonymousWritten on May 19, 2018"If you like strong female characters Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (part I) does contain them but I wouldn't call Hermoine a the lead. At best she is the second character of the story while Harry Potter himself is a lead. Though Hermoine may be the brains, and the bravest of the bunch, Harry Potter is the star of this book."
- AnonymousWritten on June 15, 2018"I never thought that Alastor Moody was Brendan Gleeson! Wow! The level of prosthetics he had here and the acting was really effective! Such a brilliant actor in brilliant production team!"
- AnonymousWritten on April 30, 2018"Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 is an incredible addition to the Harry Potter movie franchise. It stars Emma Watson alongside Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint, and tells of Harry's mission to destroy to horrcruxes and defeat Voldemort for good. Exciting, awesome visuals, and superb acting."
- AnonymousWritten on July 4, 2018"I've been rooting for Hermione and Ron's ship since Goblet of Fire. I want the nice guy ending with the best girl he deserves "
- AnonymousWritten on June 3, 2018"Ralph Fiennes has a small part, but memorable. I enjoyed his appearance in the Harry Potter movies, even though he isn't exactly a good guy."
- AnonymousWritten on July 4, 2018"The graphics and cinematography of this Harry Potter film's simply fantastic. All of the major casts really grew into good actors! There's no moment that I didn't felt the intensity."