It All Ends.7.14
After watching "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2" two days in a row, I have finally come to accept that, indeed, it has ended. And, growing up with the book and the movies, I'd say it was a great way to end it all.
"Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2" is the continuation of where Part 1 left last year: Harry, Ron and Hermione continue their quest in looking for the remaining four Hocruxes in order to destroy Lord Voldemort. As they journey towards this quest, Hogwarts is no longer the haven for students as Snape is the new Headmaster and Death Eaters are taking over. The Battle in Hogwarts begins and Harry and his friends must do everything to destroy evil.
The final installment is no longer a children's movie, but rather a war movie. Gone are the days where Harry, Hermione, Ron and their friends are facing the world with innocence and immaturity. In this movie, they are surrounded by chaos and evil and are looking for the four remaining Hocruxes to kill Lord Voldemort. No more happy classes with students, no more friendly spiders and giants, and nobody is spared. Here, you see students getting injured, your favorite and lovable characters dying, Hogwarts being destroyed and in rubble, and everyone of all ages are fighting to keep evil from ruling over good. For the last time, the battle of good and evil is happening. For the parents and other people who read the book, you know what I mean.