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Subject: Re: Got around to seeing it. Date: 9/18/2011 5:04 PM
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The Forbidden Forest scene was so brief. But the final battle was wildly different from the book. In the book, the final showdown is between Harry and Voldemort in public...the movie completely changed it (even throwing in a line about it being the just two of them).

Epilogue was pointless.

Overall, I enjoyed the movie.


The final battle was so different I felt like they reinvented the whole movie but it was probably only half of the movie maybe that was a refabrication?

I also enjoyed it but I was off-balance from all the new stuff. In general I appreciated how a lot of the backstory stuff that was exposited on in the book was compressed in the movie. I don't know if someone who didn't read the book would have missed any nuances but I sure didn't.
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