A somewhat disappoint conclusion, given the film that came before. It feels entirely one-note, and isn’t a very dynamic film. The opening sequence at Gringot’s feels incredibly out of place, and by the end the back-and-forth at Hogwarts feels repetitive and aimless. I don’t think this one is aging very well, and although it’s a competent way to end the series, it feels — much like many of the other films — like it’s too eager to accept competency in the place of greatness.

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