Directed by: David Yates
Countries & Regions: United Kingdom
Studio: Warner Home Video
Length: 145 mins
Region: Region B
Released: 2 December 2011
Cat No: 1000183487
Languages(s): English, Catalan, Czech, Japanese, Slovakian, Castilian Spanish
Hard of Hearing Subtitles: English
Subtitles: Swedish, Castilian Spanish, Slovakian, Norwegian, Icelandic, Finnish, Danish, Czech, Arabic
Screen ratio 1:Other
High Definition, Dolby Digital 5.1
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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2
Cast: Maggie Smith , Robbie Coltrane , Alan Rickman , John Hurt , Miranda Richardson , Michael Gambon , Timothy Spall , David Thewlis , Ralph Fiennes , Bill Nighy , Daniel Radcliffe , Ciaran Hinds , Rupert Grint , Emma Watson , Jason Isaacs , Domhnall Gleeson , Helena Bonham Carter , Tom Felton , Jamie Campbell Bower , Bonnie Wright
The final instalment in the fantasy adventure film series based on the bestselling books by J.K. Rowling. With Voldemort’s domination... Read More
Already the third most successful film of all time, the final Harry Potter film brings the franchise to a close with panache. With its audience having watched Harry, Hermione and Ron grow from kids to mature young adults, the film manages to be both spectacular and - a rarity in blockbusters - very moving.
From its opening raid on Gringotts bank to the final, epic Battle for Hogwarts, the film delivers stupendous action sequences throughout, with a Visual Effects Oscar all but guaranteed. Yet it is the focus on human relationships that really sets the film apart, such as a wonderful scene, where Harry, facing a devastating scenario, is visited by the spirits of all those who have loved him. This is undoubtedly the finest acting we have seen from Daniel Radcliffe so far.
Deathly Hallows - Part 2 is arguably the best of the series (only Goblet of Fire really rivals it). While people still debate the franchise’s ‘Britishness’, there is no denying that the films’ use of British talent, both in front of and behind the camera, has been a terrific boost for the country's film industry. Harry will be sorely missed.