Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows isn't Movie of Child Anymore

Anyone who has been eating out of seven Harry Potter books would know that Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows has a darker mood than most previous six books. This mood seems to director David Yates successfully defended in the movie adaptation.Throughout the film, dark and somber shades of deeply felt, from the color tone, dialogue, until the music scoring. Hard to believe that nine years ago this film series begins with a family that watched the film many children.Of course the movie made more "dark" is not without reason. Previous series (Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince) ended with the death of Albus Dombledore. And The Deathly Hallows begins by showing the chaos of the world of magic and Muggle world after the death of Dumbledore.

Ministry of Magic was taken over the Death Eater (aka the Death Eaters), Muggle and wizard "bloody mud" was captured and killed, even for the sake of protecting his family, Hermione had to remove himself from the memories of both parents.If that's still less "gloomy", in the first 30 minutes there is one figure who was killed, and another who was seriously injured. Even Bill Weasley's wedding to Fleur Delacour had not succeeded in creating an atmosphere of joy at the residence of the Weasley family.From there, moving film focuses on the adventures of Harry, Ron, and Hermione find and destroy the Horcrux. Horcrux is the amulet contains a piece of Lord Voldemort's soul - the total amount of seven pieces - which, if successfully destroyed all of them, This is the end a history of the Prince of Darkness.

Certainly looking Horcrux is not easy, because none of them knows what shape the Horcrux, Horcrux. And if you've managed to find anything, no one knows how to destroy it. "Another marker of the three witches are already growing up is that the more daring kissing scene"The situation is more complicated because this time the three friends witch is not getting help at all from outsiders, even from their own families. Harry et al were forced to live in tents, the move is not so easily tracked.

Understand it, Harry's face has been spread all over town in a leaflet titled 'Wanted'.Problems also arise when Ron - who secretly fell in love with Hermione - felt jealous of the closeness of Harry and the girls adored. Ron burden on this trip was no light. Not just feel out of Harry and Hermione, who often spend time together, Ron also never let his hearing from guerrilla radio broadcast. Radio is not playing music, but anyone who gives information about the missing witch, and anyone who was killed."I listen to make sure the name of Ginny, Fred and George, or my mother was called," said Ron when Harry asked him to turn off the radio.

Heart-breaking, not it?
But do not worry, in the midst of sorrow and suspense movie, we're still going to be laughing with humor typical of Harry Potter. Most major amusement, of course, is Ron, who has always been known to catapult the claims ridiculous. Not to mention its enticing Hermione is not so romantic but instead invite laughter.

Then if you still think Harry et al as the cute boys of Hogwarts school students, eliminate that image from your mind. Daniel Radcliffe is now 21 years old, Rupert Grint - Ron actor - had never done sex scenes in the movie Cherry Bomb (2009), while Emma Watson ... Ah, still do I need a way to tell what kind of Emma Watson at the moment?

Another marker of the three witches are already growing up was the kissing scene is more "daring". It's no longer just a peck on the lips, but french kiss long and passionate, featuring Emma Watson topless.

So it is clear already, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I is not a children's film. Logically hell, elementary school children who used to watch Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone in 2001 had now been moved adolescents.
Oh yes, why no-frills "Part I" in the title of the movie? No other since the last book of the Harry Potter series is indeed taken up into two films. Maybe too much detail which should not be overlooked so that if everything is loaded into one film might be a five-hour duration. So ended the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I in a climactic scene featuring Lord Voldemort. The audience was made geregetan and curious because they have to wait for the story line - Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II - new to be released July 2011.

And when I watched this movie in its first screenings in Jakarta, so the film ends, the whole audience applauded long.