U.K., 2011, 130 min, 2K DCP, Dir. David Yates, Rated PG-13, Warner Bros.
"This is a masterful and worthy final chapter in one of the best franchises ever put to film." – Richard Roeper, RichardRoeper.com
Year Seven, part two. Still on the hunt for Voldemort’s remaining Horcruxes, Harry, Ron, and Hermione must return to their beloved school for the final battle. The Death Eaters have laid siege to Hogwarts and students & professors alike band together to fight the evil forcing its way in. While that battle rages on, it’s the final confrontation between Harry and Voldemort – two figures so unlike one another but whose lives are inextricably linked – that will see an end to the war: one way or another. Deathly Hallows – Part 2 is not only the highest grossing film in the franchise and the highest rated, it brings the ten-year series to a satisfying – and suitable magical – conclusion.
In 1997, J. K. Rowling opened a door to a magical world of wizards and witches with the publication of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. Twenty years later, the Harry Potter novels turned into a multi-media franchise that includes a theme park, several video games, stage play, and – most beloved of all – an eight-part film series that is the second highest-grossing one of all time. To celebrate this special anniversary, the Gables Cinema transforms into Hogwarts with a four-week retrospective of the Harry Potter films. Whether you’re reliving the wonders of Rowling’s world or discovering it for the first time, join us as we present the epic tale of the Boy Who Lived.