Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 (2011) Full Movie

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2
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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 (2011) : Harry, Ron and Hermione continue their quest to vanquish the evil Voldemort once and for all. Just as things begin to look hopeless for the young wizards, Harry discovers a trio of magical objects that endow him with powers to rival Voldemort's formidable skills.

Title Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 (2011)
Release Date Jul 07, 2011
Genres ,
Production Company Warner Bros. Pictures, Heyday Films
Production Countries United Kingdom, United States of America
Casts Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Emma Watson, Alan Rickman, Ralph Fiennes, Helena Bonham Carter, David Ryall, Maggie Smith, Bonnie Wright, Evanna Lynch, Matthew Lewis
Plot Keywords self sacrifice, magic, sorcerer, school, wizard, based on young adult novel
Harry Potter
Harry Potter
Daniel Radcliffe
Ron Weasley
Ron Weasley
Rupert Grint
Hermione Granger
Hermione Granger
Emma Watson
Severus Snape
Severus Snape
Alan Rickman
Lord Voldemort
Lord Voldemort
Ralph Fiennes
Bellatrix Lestrange
Bellatrix Lestrange
Helena Bonham Carter
Elphias Doge
Elphias Doge
David Ryall
Minerva McGonagall
Minerva McGonagall
Maggie Smith
Ginny Weasley
Ginny Weasley
Bonnie Wright
Luna Lovegood
Luna Lovegood
Evanna Lynch
Neville Longbottom
Neville Longbottom
Matthew Lewis
Draco Malfoy
Draco Malfoy
Tom Felton
Seamus Finnigan
Seamus Finnigan
Devon Murray
Remus Lupin
Remus Lupin
David Thewlis
George Weasley
George Weasley
Oliver Phelps
Fred Weasley
Fred Weasley
James Phelps
Lucius Malfoy
Lucius Malfoy
Jason Isaacs
Rubeus Hagrid
Rubeus Hagrid
Robbie Coltrane
Filius Flitwick / Griphook
Filius Flitwick / Griphook
Warwick Davis
Aberforth Dumbledore
Aberforth Dumbledore
Ciarán Hinds
Narcissa Malfoy
Narcissa Malfoy
Helen McCrory
Nymphadora Tonks
Nymphadora Tonks
Natalia Tena
Kingsley Shacklebolt
Kingsley Shacklebolt
George Harris
Horace Slughorn
Horace Slughorn
Jim Broadbent
Bill Weasley
Bill Weasley
Domhnall Gleeson
Fleur Delacour
Fleur Delacour
Clémence Poésy
Sybill Trelawney
Sybill Trelawney
Emma Thompson
Poppy Pomfrey
Poppy Pomfrey
Gemma Jones
Molly Weasley
Molly Weasley
Julie Walters
Arthur Weasley
Arthur Weasley
Mark Williams
Albus Dumbledore
Albus Dumbledore
Michael Gambon
Argus Filch
Argus Filch
David Bradley
Pomona Sprout
Pomona Sprout
Miriam Margolyes
Yaxley
Yaxley
Peter Mullan
Peter Pettigrew
Peter Pettigrew
Timothy Spall
Antonin Dolohov
Antonin Dolohov
Arben Bajraktaraj
Nurse Wainscott
Nurse Wainscott
Pauline Stone
Amycus Carrow
Amycus Carrow
Ralph Ineson
Alecto Carrow
Alecto Carrow
Suzie Toase
Percy Weasley
Percy Weasley
Chris Rankin
Thorfinn Rowle
Thorfinn Rowle
Rod Hunt
Fenrir Greyback
Fenrir Greyback
Dave Legeno
Scabior
Scabior
Nick Moran
Pius Thicknesse
Pius Thicknesse
Guy Henry
Romilda Vane
Romilda Vane
Anna Shaffer
Dean Thomas
Dean Thomas
Alfred Enoch
Lavender Brown
Lavender Brown
Jessie Cave
Parvati Patil
Parvati Patil
Shefali Chowdhury
Padma Patil
Padma Patil
Afshan Azad
Blaise Zabini
Blaise Zabini
Louis Cordice
Gregory Goyle
Gregory Goyle
Josh Herdman
Pansy Parkinson
Pansy Parkinson
Scarlett Byrne
Leanne
Leanne
Isabella Laughland
Ernie Macmillan
Ernie Macmillan
Jamie Marks
Cho Chang
Cho Chang
Katie Leung
Katie Bell
Katie Bell
Georgina Leonidas
Cormac McLaggen
Cormac McLaggen
Freddie Stroma
Mr. Ollivander
Mr. Ollivander
John Hurt
Helena Ravenclaw
Helena Ravenclaw
Kelly Macdonald
Sirius Black
Sirius Black
Gary Oldman
James Potter
James Potter
Adrian Rawlins
Lily Potter
Lily Potter
Geraldine Somerville
Gringotts Guard
Gringotts Guard
Anthony Allgood
Aged Gringotts Goblin
Aged Gringotts Goblin
Rusty Goffe
Hogsmeade Death Eater
Hogsmeade Death Eater
Benn Northover
Hogsmeade Death Eater
Hogsmeade Death Eater
Ian Peck
Ariana Dumbledore
Ariana Dumbledore
Hebe Beardsall
Nigel
Nigel
William Melling
Screaming Girl
Screaming Girl
Sian Grace Phillips
Twin Girl 1
Twin Girl 1
Amber Evans
Twin Girl 2
Twin Girl 2
Ruby Evans
Bogrod
Bogrod
Jon Key
Giant
Giant
Philip Wright
Giant
Giant
Gary Sayer
Giant
Giant
Tony Adkins
Death Eater
Death Eater
Penelope McGhie
Young Lily Potter
Young Lily Potter
Ellie Darcey-Alden
Young Petunia Dursley
Young Petunia Dursley
Ariella Paradise
Young Severus Snape
Young Severus Snape
Benedict Clarke
Young James Potter
Young James Potter
Alfie McIlwain
Young Sirius Black
Young Sirius Black
Rohan Gotobed
Baby Harry Potter
Baby Harry Potter
Toby Papworth
Death Eater
Death Eater
Peter G. Reed
Death Eater
Death Eater
Judith Sharp
Death Eater
Death Eater
Emil Hoștină
Death Eater
Death Eater
Bob Yves Van Hellenberg Hubar
Death Eater
Death Eater
Granville Saxton
Death Eater
Death Eater
Tony Kirwood
Death Eater
Death Eater
Ashley McGuire
Albus Severus Potter (19 Years Later)
Albus Severus Potter (19 Years Later)
Arthur Bowen
Lily Luna Potter (19 Years Later)
Lily Luna Potter (19 Years Later)
Daphne de Beistegui
James Sirius Potter (19 Years Later)
James Sirius Potter (19 Years Later)
Will Dunn
Astoria Malfoy (19 Years Later)
Astoria Malfoy (19 Years Later)
Jade Gordon
Scorpius Malfoy (19 Years Later)
Scorpius Malfoy (19 Years Later)
Bertie Gilbert
Rose Weasley (19 Years Later)
Rose Weasley (19 Years Later)
Helena Barlow
Hugo Weasley (19 Years Later)
Hugo Weasley (19 Years Later)
Ryan Turner
Young Gellert Grindelwald
Young Gellert Grindelwald
Jamie Campbell Bower
Teddy Lupin
Teddy Lupin
Luke Newberry
Oliver Wood
Oliver Wood
Sean Biggerstaff
The Sorting Hat
The Sorting Hat
Leslie Phillips
Death Eater
Death Eater
Graham Duff
Gringotts Goblin
Gringotts Goblin
Keijo J. Salmela
Gryffindor Student (uncredited)
Gryffindor Student (uncredited)
Paul Bailey
Gryffindor Student (uncredited)
Gryffindor Student (uncredited)
Vinnie Clarke
Knight of Hogwarts (uncredited)
Knight of Hogwarts (uncredited)
Spencer Wilding

Reviews

  • John Chard

    It is the quality of one's convictions that determines success, not the number of followers. So here it is, the 8th and final instalment of a film franchise that has lasted 10 years and runs at just under 20 hours in total. Following straight on from the frustratingly incomplete scene setter that was Deathly Hallows Part 1, we continue to track Harry, Hermione and Ron as they search for the remaining Horcruxes that will render the evil Lord Voldermort as a mere mortal. This narrative thread is run concurrently with the Voldermort movements, where he now has in his possession The Elder Wand (the wand to rule them all) and has gathered a vast army to descend upon Hogwarts and achieve his ultimate goal of killing Harry. Meanwhile vital character story arcs are filled in and secrets will out... David Yates directs and Steve Kloves adapts to the screen, both of whom were perfect choices given their considerable input to the series. Smartly the pic has been kept to a 2 hour and 10 minute run time, and thankfully it flows nicely and the pace never stalls. Being one of those who has never read the books I can't say what has been left out or if anything has been tampered with for dramatic licence? What I know for sure is that the emotional investment garnered from being with this story for so long, to be part of these characters lives, watching them grow, ensures that this closure piece pounds the senses. Sitting down to watch it you realise that we are going to lose people we care for, and Hogwarts, the wonderful place we fist glimpsed across the night time water, is going to be attacked and reduced to a battle scarred place of war. As the effects work dazzles and the one time child actors come shining through as mature actors who have casted off previous wooden traits, the story filling strands show just what wonderful work Rowling achieved on the page. Some of the characters never stood a chance in life, some carried deep emotional scars, and others held secrets so crucial to the whole Potter universe. For a series of such fantastical genre sparkle, the Harry Potter world eventually reveals itself to be a deep and fortified humanist drama, and engaging it most certainly is. That this is achieved as battlefield carnage is raised, with wand wars booming up on the screen, it means credit is due to all involved the making of such a cherished and intensely followed Octalogy. Is it the earth shattering finale one hoped for? Well not quite. Story wise for sure that is the case, but with the whole story driving towards the final battle between Harry and Voldermort, it's disappointing to find it's rather brief and in truth anti climatic. Harry the boy now burgeoning into a man versus the snake faced despot surely should have been a crowning glory, but sadly not so. To compound this irritating disappointment, we then get the epilogue that is bogged down by aging make-up design that is almost laughable. But these are just annoyances, not film killers, for this has been a magical ride for 10 years. Fans will feel a gap in the heart now it's over, maybe even shed a Snape like tear as well? Yet ultimately it has been a triumph and the rewatchable factor for the whole series will always remain high. 8/10

  • John Chard

    It is the quality of one's convictions that determines success, not the number of followers. So here it is, the 8th and final instalment of a film franchise that has lasted 10 years and runs at just under 20 hours in total. Following straight on from the frustratingly incomplete scene setter that was Deathly Hallows Part 1, we continue to track Harry, Hermione and Ron as they search for the remaining Horcruxes that will render the evil Lord Voldermort as a mere mortal. This narrative thread is run concurrently with the Voldermort movements, where he now has in his possession The Elder Wand (the wand to rule them all) and has gathered a vast army to descend upon Hogwarts and achieve his ultimate goal of killing Harry. Meanwhile vital character story arcs are filled in and secrets will out... David Yates directs and Steve Kloves adapts to the screen, both of whom were perfect choices given their considerable input to the series. Smartly the pic has been kept to a 2 hour and 10 minute run time, and thankfully it flows nicely and the pace never stalls. Being one of those who has never read the books I can't say what has been left out or if anything has been tampered with for dramatic licence? What I know for sure is that the emotional investment garnered from being with this story for so long, to be part of these characters lives, watching them grow, ensures that this closure piece pounds the senses. Sitting down to watch it you realise that we are going to lose people we care for, and Hogwarts, the wonderful place we fist glimpsed across the night time water, is going to be attacked and reduced to a battle scarred place of war. As the effects work dazzles and the one time child actors come shining through as mature actors who have casted off previous wooden traits, the story filling strands show just what wonderful work Rowling achieved on the page. Some of the characters never stood a chance in life, some carried deep emotional scars, and others held secrets so crucial to the whole Potter universe. For a series of such fantastical genre sparkle, the Harry Potter world eventually reveals itself to be a deep and fortified humanist drama, and engaging it most certainly is. That this is achieved as battlefield carnage is raised, with wand wars booming up on the screen, it means credit is due to all involved in the making of such a cherished and intensely followed Octalogy. Is it the earth shattering finale one hoped for? Well not quite. Story wise for sure that is the case, but with the whole story driving towards the final battle between Harry and Voldermort, it's disappointing to find it's rather brief and in truth anti climatic. Harry the boy now burgeoning into a man versus the snake faced despot surely should have been a crowning glory, but sadly not so. To compound this irritating disappointment, we then get the epilogue that is bogged down by aging make-up design that is almost laughable. But these are just annoyances, not film killers, for this has been a magical ride for 10 years. Fans will feel a gap in the heart now it's over, maybe even shed a Snape like tear as well? Yet ultimately it has been a triumph and the rewatchable factor for the whole series will always remain high. 8/10