Deathly Hallows Part 2's most evocative moments generally have him thinking about death, not just his own, but also others'.
Fuck you for ruining that percentage.
Sep 8 - 01:52 PM
WHAT'S WRONG WITH YOUR FUCKING AND STUPID MIND?
Sep 8 - 02:00 PM
Nooooo, I have to say though after reading her review it did not seem all that negative...
Sep 8 - 04:30 PM
(Sigh) back to 96%... I'm boycotting this publication...
Sep 8 - 05:56 PM
.... It's back to 96% again...
Sep 8 - 07:45 PM
You brought this down to 96. Screw you!
Sep 9 - 02:31 AM
Based on the review, the rating is way harsh. It should have been a 7 rather than a 5. This stupid review ruined the perfect percentage. Dunno why RT even lets ppl add such reviews on their site.
Sep 9 - 10:16 AM
I think we can all agree that Cynthia is mentally retarded
Sep 9 - 10:48 AM
Tasteless bitter spoiler
Sep 9 - 02:18 PM
You can tell, based on her review, that she added that score just to lower the film's 97% percentage. Oh well, 96% is still an incredible score.
Sep 9 - 03:28 PM
She probably wanted hits on her dull review site so she posted a stupid, pointless & controversial review
Sep 10 - 08:57 AM
Sep 10 - 09:13 AM
Your Fucking bitch!!! are you only to here to ruined the percentage? Fuck You. Your Review doesn't have this power. Harry still the best.
Sep 10 - 02:16 PM
whats wrong with you miss fuchs? it's like you want to be hated with "fuchs" and giving a poorly written review that doesn't make sense with no support and with no reason to be so low.
Jan 31 - 05:03 AM
The point of the Deathly Hallows is for someone to become the "Master of Death". Throughout the film(and novel), Harry has to put aside any sense of fear towards death. He must embrace it. Close to the end, in the Forbidden Forest, after Harry finds out he's a Horcrux and that he has to die, he comes to terms with the realization that death is inevitable. And that the true "master of death" is someone who accepts his mortality rather than run away from his fate. This is what seperates Harry from Voldemort. Harry accepted death, Voldemort did not.
And when he's think about other people's deaths, he's usually reflecting upon their sacrifices and how they died fighting for him--Harry never wanted thoese things to his friends, his family. The fact that you're so narrow-minded & blunt in your criticisms is pitiful, to say the least. You failed to see the main theme of the film. Hell, you never even wanted to see a point to anything that was happening. As much as I love the series, this film--and novel--doesn't have such as a complex narrative, so it should've been easy to understand and decipher. I bet you're a troll who just felt like lowering this amazing film's Tomatometer score. Shame on you, you muggle.
Sep 10 - 10:33 PM
"I bet you're a troll who just felt like lowering this amazing film's Tomatometer score. Shame on you, you muggle." --- That's exactly it. She saw the 97% and hated that this film had that score, so she lowered it.
Sep 12 - 03:50 PM
She probably posted this almost two months after the films release just to lower the percent. lol
Sep 11 - 05:53 PM
She had to ruin the percentage.... damn! and why is she barely reviewing it anyways.. seriously, whos barely watching this movie?
Sep 11 - 09:50 PM
Goblet of Fire's % got lowered too...zzz
Sep 14 - 05:42 AM
Sep 14 - 05:12 PM