An open letter to "Harry Potter": all the nice things they're saying about you
No surprise, we hear it’s good. We thought you’d like to hear all the nice things people are saying about your (maybe not final?) film.
The UK’s Metro paper called it, “'Death, doom, danger, more death and dragons, this thrilling finale may be the franchise’s darkest installment yet (literally thanks to the unnecessary 3D glasses), but HP fans be assured, it totally delivers on all fronts.”
The Hollywood Reporter reports, “It ends well. After eight films in 10 years and a cumulative global box-office take of more than $6.3 billion, the most successful franchise in the history of movies comes to an obligatory – and quite satisfying – conclusion in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2…. [T]his is an exciting and, to put it mildly, massively eventful finale that will grip and greatly please anyone who has been at all a fan of the series up to now.”
From Reuters: "[I]f you've been a devoted follower of the Potter saga in print and at the movies, you'll come away from this final chapter with a feeling of catharsis and, perhaps, a slightly damp handkerchief.”
And The Sun: “ 'Deathly Hallows Part 2' remains something to be cherished. A terrific movie and a great British success story. Unlike many other franchises, the quality of the Harry Potter films never dropped.”
While you ponder these glowing reviews (and consider continuing to share your story with another chapter, say, or another film, perhaps?), we’d like to remind you of the amazing ride you’ve had so far.