Hal­lowed be thy name

Sunday Tasmanian - Tassie Living - - Dvds -

Ex­tras: ½ If you’re adding the fi­nal Hazza Pot­ter flick to your li­brary, go Blu- ray or go home. The hi- def edi­tion has it all over the stan­dard DVD re­lease and fea­tures the re­veal­ing ‘‘ When Harry Left Hog­warts’’ doco, a fea­turette on the women of HP, deleted scenes, exclusive J. K. Rowl­ing and Daniel Rad­cliffe in­ter­views and an 80- minute walk- through of key scenes with some of the ac­tors. AF­TER a decade- long run of rak­ing in the bil­lions and de­light­ing those with a pen­chant for wiz­ardry and won­der, the adapted film fran­chise of J. K. Rowl­ing’s adored se­ries of nov­els has fi­nally waved its last wand. While say­ing good­bye to the screen ver­sions will be eas­ier for some, the gazil­lion or so diehard fans will find it un­bear­able and emo­tional too. Harry and his mates get around to de­stroy­ing the re­main­ing hor­cruxes and give their fel­low wizards a fight­ing chance of sur­vival against Volde­mort and his evil- do­ers, who have sur­rounded Hog­warts as the con­flict be­tween the two es­ca­lates to a full- on war. Dark, ac­tion- packed and full of raw emo­tion, this is ar­guably one of the fran­chise’s best of­fer­ings and fit­ting stuff for the fi­nale.

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