Everyone around you is confused. Exactly like you are. The question you ponder over, "How is HP 7?"
No matter if you've read the book or not, you still want to know what is going to happen to Harry Potter and his friends. You've read newspapers, seen very professional reviews and also feedback from the people you know of around you- not all of them Harry Potter fans but still you 'just have to' ask them how was the movie and all of this jumble adds to your confusion- "Is the Movie worth it?" You're hooked. You want to know what is up with Harry Potter. You watch the movie and you're still confused if you like it or not.
After attending the 10th call after I put up my facebook status as, "saw and loved HP7" about how IS the movie, this is my review right here and I'm hopeful, it helps you through your Harry Potter Syndrome.
One Word : BRILLIANT
If you're reading this, you're wasting your time. Get your movie ticket right now because Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is all that.
Now is the trend where people want to watch 'Smart Movies' in simple words 'Complex Movies that they themselves don't understand but still wanna brag about how awesome it was'. You haven't come across the limits of show-offs if you haven't met people like these.
Harry Potter is Simple and the entire series is like various threads that come together to make a cloth and since we're mentioning HP, I might as well add that the cloth is beautiful and rich Silk. They reveal everything step by step of a Magical Land among us and a life of it's own.
HP 7 is well scripted, well directed and well narrated story. The way it unfolds is very surprising /omg even for someone who has read the books. The locations and the way the movie has followed the proper path of the novel is simply beautiful. Since, the makers have had time to their side so as to divide the story into 2 parts.. the pace of the story is controlled unlike Harry Potter and the Order of Phoenix & Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince.
I Wish I could describe the parts that I found overwhelmingly amazing but I just can't spoil your fun.
I sincerely Hope you enjoy the movie as much as I did.
Until Next Time,