DVD Review for 'Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Pt. 2' (2011)

It's been said on Movieville that Deathly Hallows Pt. 1 was by far the best in the series... that, of course, was until Part 2 released.

Of course, Deathly Hallows Pt 2 far surpasses it's predecessor, purely because it exceeds far beyond the first in so many ways: the performances, the effects, the score, the sound, everything was done on such a grander scale, it was beyond all expectation.

The DVD -

On the main disc is the feature itself, as well as the standard scene selection and audio options for the film.

Bonus DVD -

It's not until the second disc one really gets to see the extent of the production side of things, as well as a cool 45-minute documentary aptly named, "When Harry Left Hogwarts". This documentary was easily the best piece on the Bonus DVD, as it followed the cast and crew through the first and second parts of 'The Deathly Hallows', showing us the day-to-day activities on the Harry Potter set.

Other features on the disc include such things as showing us how some of the more prominent effects in the film were done (the Hogwarts' Shield), some of the costume changes involved, how casting the Goblins in the film occurred, as well as the Deleted Scenes, and a preview for 'Pottermore', a 'new' way to read Harry Potter, with extended chapters and so on.

Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part 2 is a well-rounded film with acceptable clich├ęs, but some of the action and violence is questionable (but amazing) for a '12A' Certification.

So is this DVD worth your hard earned money? Sure it is, but for any die-hard HP fan, this is already in their collection.

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