Torn. That was how I felt as 14 July drew closer. Torn between feeling sad and happy. Sad because after Deathly Hallows Part 2, there won't be a next one. Happy, because finally fans can see the finale of this well-loved series.
It had been my tradition since The Chamber of Secrets to watch Harry Potter films on its opening day no matter what happens. Most of the time, I like to watch the film alone. I never shed a tear whenever I watch Potter films, until Deathly Hallows Part 2. Well, for obvious reasons, it really is a sad day for a fan like me knowing that's the last. But when those scenes with Snape and the 19 years after part was shown, I just couldn't help but cry. Alan Rickman should win an Oscar. He is phenomenal in Deathly Hallows. The digust I had with the Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher all faded when the truth about his character was revealed. Of course, I knew what will happen with the story, but it's different when you see the scenes acted out. Those scenes with Snape were heartbreaking.
I planned this entry to be a review of some sort but there is something in me that's struggling to write everything down.
This is a video released by Warner Brother's a few days back. These are clips of most of the Harry Potter cast on their last day of shooting the series. Definitely a tear-jerker.
I love the part when Dan, Emma and Rupert were hugging it out and crying. *sniffs
We always knew that we we’re coming back, and this time we knew we weren’t.
- David Heyman, Producer (Harry Potter movie series)