The first part of the season finale of Potter's magical world hit the screens world wide last week. As always the expectations were high and the buzz was in the air with almost all the multiplexes showcasing the gryffindorians in most of their screens.
Having read the whole series and watched all the franchise movies, I went to the theater with a very low expectation.
The movie was engaging as well as entertaining, with some good action sequences with good camera work and great graphics.
The most interesting sub plot from the book along with other sequences was the one in witch how Harry and friends were learning how to with the arrogant and adamant house elf at the Black's house who was now Harry's servant. The sub plot with Kreature and the gryffindorians went completely missing from the movie.
Unlike the the previous episode, Harry potter and The half blood prince this movie had lesser light moments. The only laughs that got generated in the theatre was from the sounds my 11 month old kid was making.
The stand outs of the movie are the performances from its lead characters and some brilliant cinematography. Rupert Grint (Ronald Weasley) has yet again showcased his acting skills wonderfully and is maturing to be a good 'English' actor every year passing.
Instead of working on a good standalone movie, the writers concentrated on a action packed build up for the season finale. And to a good extend they have succeeded. So if you don't compare between the book and the movie, You might get entertained this coming weekend.