navy314 saidTo put it short. The movie was rushed. The Whole Snape thing could have been done better. And why talk about the Deathly Hallows if they weren't going to put them together. Action was good. But it was rush and poorly explained.
What did you think.
DON'T try to rationalize the movies when you haven't read the books. That's annoying.
My question is, why did they switch the scenery of some of the events from the book? The last battle between Harry and Voldemort was supposed to be taking place inside the Great Hall with all of Hogwarts watching... Snape's death was supposed to take place in the Shrieking Shack? (I think, been a long time since I read the last one)... not the boat house.
I thought the Room of Requirement scene was exactly how I imagined it, and the scene with Snape dying (other than the fact that it was in the wrong place) was phenomenal. Allen Rickman is a genius and was perfectly cast for the part.
The thing that pissed me off was that they didn't mention the Taboo charm they put on Voldemort's name. It just looks like the snatcher's just showed up and got lucky... Also, they didn't go into depth about Dumbledore and Grindelwald's past. Or the background's of the Horcruxes of the Cup or the Ring.
It's such a brilliant piece of imagination that every single detail should have been proudly shown and displayed... but in my opinion, WB failed the HP audience by trying to be funny or imaginative at times instead of being absolutely true to the books.