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Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows is Pure Magic

 Our Own Michael G Reviews Part One of the Epic Two-Part Journey!

When I look back at 2010 (while our own Hustler De Tuti Hustlers Paul Heyman, who never looks back, passes right by me) I am going to remember a few things. CARWIN VS LESNAR, LESNAR VS VELASQUEZ, THE 100 BEST PICS OF IRINA SHAYK and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part One.

Those things, of course, and THIS.

Brownie points never hurt with the boss.

Back to The Deathly Hallows, which is more than a title. The Deathly Hallows was created by the wizard children’s story "The Tale of the Three Brothers," and as the story goes, there were three brothers who used magic to cross a broken bridge that usually kills the crosser. Death comes to congratulate the brothers for beating him by offering each one of them a prize. The first brother wishes for a wand that would make him indestructible. The second brother wishes for a stone that allows him to resurrect the dead. The final brother wishes for a cloak, to make him invisible from death. According to legend, whoever united The Elder Wand with the Resurrection Stone and the Cloak of Invisibility would become the Master of Death.

For people like myself, who consider themselves super fans of the series (I even have a death eaters tattoo!), this movie has stayed true to the book more than any of the films that came before it. Yes, fellow pot heads … sorry …. Potter Heads ….. this should be considered great news! Director David Yates captured writer J.K Rowling’s vision of the Potter world like no other. Having directed the previous two films, it was quintessential to have him close the series. Somebody who has their finger on the pulse of the franchise. A man who knows the Potter world like the back of his hand. Bringing in a new director may only take the series into a different visual direction, Yates brings back that sense of familiarity while taking the story completely in a different path.

Now that we’ve established all these concepts, let me inform you of one thing. Forget all you know about Harry Potter.

This is not the kids movie you want to take grandma to for a little holiday magic. The little boy .. you know the one … who once graced our screens in Harry Potter and the sorcerer’s stone ….  has grown into a man. With this, comes growth in the story itself. The story takes you away from the grounds of hogwarts and into the middle of a great war in the wizarding world.

Harry, Hermione and Ron are in search for the remaining Horcrux’s hidden by Voldemort. In an online diary entry, Rowling described a Horcrux as a "receptacle in which a Dark wizard has hidden a part of his soul for the purposes of attaining immortality." As long as the objects chosen by Voldemort remain in tact, he can not die. Having already destroyed one in Harry Potter and the Chamber of secrets in the form of a Diary, Harry must find and destroy the remaining Horcrux’s before Voldemort finds and destroys him.

This story makes you feel how desperately alone Harry, Ron and Hermione are as they journey alone to find and destroy the dark objects. Living together in the woods, listening to the radio in hopes that they do not hear of their loved ones being captured and taken into custody by the ministry of magic.

Having found one Horcrux, they do not know how to destroy it. Instead, they decide to take turns wearing the dark object until they can figure out how destroying it can be achieved. The Horcrux causes them to be poisoned by it’s dark magic. Each second it’s worn around their neck, they slowly grow bitter, impatient and angry.

The rain is falling on the roof of the tent.

Thump, Thump, Thump.

Ron, growing angrier by the second begins to imagine things. We feel the anger slowly drift over his being, as he lashes out at Harry.

"You think I don’t know how this feels?" Harry screams at Ron in sorrow filled desperation.

Thump, Thump, Thump.

"No! You don’t know how it feels! Your parents are dead! You have no family!" Ron bellows back at Harry, angry and bitter.

Thump, Thump, Thump.

Ron, having been taken over by the dark magic of the Horcrux leaves.
Harry is now standing before his parents snow filled grave on Christmas eve. Wiping the tears from his eyes, a figure is watching them from the distance.
Harry, keeping watch while Hermione sleeps, see’s the glow of a silver doe behind the trees. He follows it.
This movie will keep you on the end of your chair while at the same time making you feel the sense of desertion and solitude that Harry, Ron and Hermione do.
It keeps you in suspense and even brings a few tears along the way.
It is the perfect closing to an amazing series that this writer is going to be sad to say goodbye to. Of course, we still have part two to look forward to!
Part One ends with Voldemort opening the tomb of Albus Dumbeldore. He reaches in and takes the wand from his dead body and casts a spell into the sky. Voldemort believes he has just taken control of the elder wand, one of the three deathly hallows which would now make him indestructible.
Of course, that’s a story to be told in July 2011.

Michael G is the Senior Editor of THE HEYMAN HUSTLE website and does his best every single solitary day of his life to avoid Harry Potter references around the other Brock Lesnar – Cain Velasquez – Nick Diaz or Adriana Lima – Candice Swanepoel – CocoWearingThongs minded co-workers at LOOKING 4 LARRY PRODUCTIONS. Your comments on this story are most welcome, please write to us at





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