Hallowed be thy name
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.