Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 | TechPerSpec

Bill Nighy sets the tone for HP7 as Minister Rufus Scrimgeour, when he stares into your soul, saying "These are dark times, there is no denying it. Our world has never faced a greater threat." What the minister is basically trying to say is that Lord Voldemort is that much closer to total domination. The only things that stand in his way now with Dumbledore out of the way is Harry Potter, who must be killed by Voldemort personally, Hermione Granger, Ron Weasley, and the horcruxes.

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blur994192d ago

Only 3.5 out of 5. I thought from the reviews I have seen that it appears better than that.

Sunny_D4191d ago

I think the movie was an 8 and I think the score is more or less right on the spot of what I felt about the movie.

-Mezzo-4190d ago

Still haven't seen the movie, but 3.5 is a good score. might be the lowest I've seen so far.

Deadyeti4189d ago

That's because we at TechPerSpec are honest, sometimes a little too brutally honest.

I am the one who created the review, and I called it like I saw it. It was portrayed as "the most epic movie of 2010," when I think I am more interested in "Tron: Legacy." I was wowed more when I saw a pre-screening of the new Resident Evil movie, than with this. But, like I said in the review, it was still a good movie.

gaden_malak4189d ago

It was a really good movie. I think the best of the HP movies (splitting the movie was a good idea even though I wasn't a fan of the idea) however they should have explained the glass a little more. It didn't he show how Harry got it, he just had it and started talking to it (I have read the books so I know what it is but nonetheless).