December 1, 2010 Harry
Potter 7 comes to Burnham-On-Sea's Ritz Cinema
film enthusiast Molly Harding, who was recently nominated for
the national award 'Young Film Critic of the Year', reviews the
latest crop of films showing at Burnham's Ritz Cinema in Victoria
Street this week...
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows 12A
The ultimate wizarding battle between good and evil is almost
nigh! The penultimate Potter follows Harry and friends as they
battle to track down their magical manifesto of horcruxes and
destroy he-who-must-not-be-named once and for all.
As Potter and pals fight for whats right, the audience
is left on the edge of their seats, reveling in the tension and
excitement of Harrys magical endeavors. David Yates shines
new light on this film compared to the dreary and disappointing
last movie. The cinematography sees a vast improvement as the
effects are much more enchanting and pleasing on the eye.
Although not entirely true to J.K. Rowlings creation, the
film works as it is essentially about half a book. Long and dark
in places, the plot is a jumble of the book which comes together
to create a great tale.
A sprinkling of humor and chemistry helps distract from the bleak,
morbid undertones and insures the film isn't all doom and gloom.
Harry Potter 7 will leave your muggle selves fully satisfied and
waiting in anticipation for the all important wand-waggling finale
Read more of Molly's film reviews each week on Burnham-On-Sea.com