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Disabling it will result in some disabled or missing features. You can still see all customer reviews for the product. Victor Orozco Top Contributor: There is a saying,”It’s always darkest before the dawn.

Harry Potter in the last film has incurred a great triumph but at the same time a terrible loss. The wizarding world is no longer living in denial that Lord Voldemort has returned. Voldemort has been denied the knowledge of his prophesied demise and many of his loyal subjects are imprisoned. Harry however has lost family, incurred great pain and now faces the future with more uncertainty.

But life goes on and Harry is reunited with friends and with his cherished life at Hogwarts as Professor Dumbledore begins to teach Harry in something far more vital that schoolwork – the demise of Voldemort. Memories into Dumbledore and Voldemort’s past are leading to a secret truth that Harry must find from a brand new professor. All the while various occurrences caused by Voldemort’s Death Eaters as well as a mysterious plot that Harry suspects from old rivalries may actually be more than he thinks.

The movie ends with truths revealed as well as terrible tragedies. Still, its a great story, leading up to the final chapters in the Harry Potter saga. I also particularly enjoy stories that reveal more about the villain.

I definitely enjoy the Voldemort flashbacks. Though much was missing from the books that could have made it even better.

Rowling’s tale is, as always, rife with fresh ideas, and her believable characters continue to endure further challenges in the process of growing-up. Apart from the story’s more fanciful elements, there are also some real-life lessons being learned here in boy-girl relationships and academic cheating among them. That said, Rowling’s extensive narrative doesn’t fit so comfortably into a two-and-a-half hour running time.

Screenwriter Steve Kloves manages to get most of it all to work within the prescribed length though it is hard to see the point of invented scenes like Harry’s flirtation with a muggle girl in the London tube station when that screen-time could have been alloted to more of Rowling’s own ideas.

Director David Yates handles the material adroitly, but his style feels more perfunctory than the series’ previous directors. One scene in particular which I won’t spoilis a major — and devastating — turning point in Rowling’s kiaze, but it lacks any dramatic intensity and proves something of a lead balloon. The film is technically well-photographed by Bruno Delbonnel but is awash in low-key, shadowy lighting, and a generally drab, washed-out colour scheme.

While effective in the spookier moments, this look doesn’t suit the scenes of intimacy or humor, and tends to cast a dreary pall about the film. Nicholas Hooper provides a serviceable score, but it too is lacklustre compared to the symphonic grandeur of John Williams’ Harry Potter music. However the performers are as usual first rate.


The established cast bring ever-more freshness to their parts, while newcomer Hero Fiennes-Tiffin nephew of Ralph Fiennes makes for an unnervingly sinister Tom Riddle, and veteran actor Jim Broadbent makes a fine Professor Slughorn. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince is a wonderful story which results in a very good film. Blu-ray disc boasts an excellent transfer with crisp detail. But it does lack the epic sweep of the earlier films and doesn’t deliver a satisfying emotional payoff, and so proves one of the less-enjoyable Potter adaptations.

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Please try again later. There was a problem loading comments right now. Nick Pusloskie Top Contributor: Bought this sometime ago but just getting around to reviewing it. I thought I had done it already. Yes, the movies leave a lot of stuff out of them – but think about it – how long would the movies have been had they followed the book exactly?

Given that, the movies, even though a series, can stand on their own individually. Of course, it does help if you watch them as intended. The naysayers will bellyache about the acting.

To which I say “Get over it. Prime Video Verified Purchase.

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Forget all the disagreeable folks who want to quibble over what a word means We have them here in our world! No name calling is done Life is hard enough This probably isn’t as harryy as it could be Harry Potter saves his friends and their world again in his own inimitable style, and makes viewers smile If you’ve enjoyed the other Potter stories, you’ll love this one too.

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince is the next to last in the series about the young wizard who is fated to fight the forces ksiaez the dark wizard, Lord Voldemort. Earlier films were closer to the story in hagry book than is this. I admit porter as the books got longer it became more difficult to put everything into a 2 hour or so movie. But this book does hit the high spots, despite some wasted time in scenes not in the book. If you are not familiar with the books and earlier movies you should probably go watch the earlier movies first to get the necessary background to appreciate what is happening.

Harry is asked to secure a vital memory from one of his teachers, a memory that will help Hogwarts headmaster Dumbledore and Harry find a way to stop the evil Voldemort from renewing his war on the wizarding community.

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Meanwhile, Harry is given a Potions textbook with extensive notes by someone calling himself the HalfBlood Prince. These notes allow Harry to excel at Potions for the first time in his Hogwarts career, keiaze the annoyance of Hermione Grange, witch without peer at the school.

But the Prince, ksiaez seems, is not entirely a good wizard But more would spoil the story. The last Potter film will be out soon and you might want to wait until that is available and get the set of 7 that will most likely have tons of extra material. But if, like me, you missed Half-Blood Prince in the ksixze this is worth the money. When this sixth HP movie came out in theaters, I saw it in pptter 3D version.


Harey was hqrry, no issues. When I watched it on DVD the only issue I had was that most of the scenes, especially the action ones, were dark, i. I had to turn off all of my lights and close the window blinds and curtains to bring out the characters and scenery in those dark scenes.

As to the content of the movie, it was and will be the darkest of the HP series. There are one or two liberties taken by the screen adaptation that deviated from the story line and may affect the final movies unless some magical type explanation is brought forth. All in all, a good movie. Not my favorite of the series but true enough to the book to be lauded as more than abdicate.

If you are a fan of Harry Potter, then this movie will continue your love of Potterworld. If you have not been keeping up with Harry’s exploits, this is not the movie to introduce you to his world.


It feels like the middle of the story. I realize that this is basically a “middle story” in the books, but if you are new to Potterworld then you would not want to start with this movie. It begins almost exactly where the last po,krwi ended; It might be a good idea to watch ‘Order of the Phoenix’ before watching this movie to avoid feeling a bit lost at the beginnning pllkrwi I did.

The story carries on and the end leaves you feeling as if it were unfinished; not really reaching its own resolution but merely a breathing point before taking off on the next HP adventure. The effects were enjoyable and the story was good.

The dvd itself was not poter very well and the pofter was cracked when it arrived. I love the character development in the Harry Potter series.

Harry has grown from an idealistic young boy into a cynical teenager. He becomes reckless, defiant. Given an unexpected opportunity to cheat, he grabs it. He stops just short of rude.

He continues, though, despite his best efforts, to exhibit his underlying noble character. The shocking conclusion – it still shocks me, no matter how many times I have seen the movie – puts his feet back on the ground. Overnight Harry again faces the evil forces in the world and his compulsion to fight them. Harry’s dedication to fight evil no matter the cost is an inspiration to all of us.

Geez, did Hogwarts go “Green” and quit using electricity or something. The whole thing has a dark and ha a despairing atmosphere. Nothing funny or fun about the movie. As I remember in the book Dumbledore hit Harry with a spell that petrified him when Snape was going to kill him because he knew Harry would come to his aide.

This time Harry was hiding behind a chair.

Did not like the Movie and from the reviews above mine I think I will wait for the Deathly Hallows 1 and 2 to go down to a penny before I ever buy them. If you haven’t read the books you will probably like it if you have and are a fan you won’t I can guarantee that.