Kelly Michele

Kelly has been a lover of movies since she was little. Although her movie tastes have changed a little since her younger days of Carebears and Mary Poppins, her love of film hasn't. She can generally be found watching any horror movie she can get her hands on, but will occasionally throw an indie film or documentary into the mix to shake things up. She speaks in movie quotes and uses film references in daily conversation; and she does all of this while attempting to change the world's negative opinion of fangirls.

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  • guest

    youre an idiot. watch the movie again. they did, it wasnt like the book, but they showed him being killed

    • Are you speaking about Fred’s death? I personally don’t remember seeing him getting killed either. I remember we saw him dead already.

    • Rmma94

      They didn’t show Fred die.  All you saw was him on the floor disarmed, but alive, and a Death Eater chick standing in front of him, but she just stood over Fred looking up because Voldemort was calling his troops back for the temporary fallback.  You can only assume that she kills Fred

      • Hi Rmma!  Thanks for clarifying!  I was going to say that I really didn’t think that I saw Fred die, and if I did, it was in such a passing way that it didn’t stick with me.  All I saw was Fred dead on the floor.

  • Jessemoore24

    yes part 2 was a big let down all the good parts arew in the trailer they coulda did alot more with the movie the other moves are way better they coulda made the movie long to fit more in it but what they put out was a let down

    • Hi Jesse!  I don’t know that it was a big let down, but there were for sure parts that I felt could have been played out a little more than what was shown in the film.  Friends and I were trying to figure out if the thing that was “off” about the film was because of the lack of music or what the deal was.

      I still can’t put my finger on it, but do think that it was a great ending to the series.

  • Thanks for the review Kelly! I do wish they had taken a little more time with Tonks and Lupin. That said they did mention that it was Fred who died. If you remember at the end there is a speech (can’t remember who now) where they mention Fred, Tonks and Lupin getting killed. But I do agree that it was really subtle.

    That said there was so much to fit in so little time that I think they did a great job of wrapping the whole series. I’m going to miss looking forward to new Harry Potter movies/books. 

    • Me too!!  It was such an amazing series, but I do think that it was given the ending that it deserved.  It was close enough to the book to make us purists happy, but also well done enough to make those that haven’t read the books follow along.