*SPOILERS AHEAD* Well, here we stand. The end of a fantastic franchise. Does "Deathly Hallows, Part 2" go out with a bang or does it disappoint? To me, it's a little feeling of both. Don't get me wrong, it's a fantastic movie and deserves to be called a Harry Potter movie. But, there were just some things that rubbed me the wrong way. One thing was the Battle of Hogwarts itself. The special effects looked fantastic and it was awesome to see the fight between the students and teachers of Hogwarts against all the minions of Voldemort. The battle, though, just felt underwhelming. It didn't get a chance to truly show how grand it was. It just felt kind of rushed through. Speaking of underwhelming, the deaths of Fred, Lupin and Tonks seemed to be just thrown in there. There wasn't any real sense of sadness. They just showed the three of them dead and that was it. On the other hand, though, the movie had some major strong points. The broom escape from the Room of Requirement was thrilling and Snape's death (though changed from the book) was definetly the strongest scene in the movie. Just fantastic. Also, with Snape, I'm glad they included his back story. Also, I like how the movie focused more on Voldemort as a person. In this movie, he actually has fear and seems more human which was nicely done. As for the acting, once again Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint did a phenomenal job bringing Harry, Hermione and Ron to the screen. But as usual, Alan Rickman stole the show as Snape. In closing, while it may not be all that I expected from the last of the Harry Potter movies, "Deathly Hallows, Part 2" is still a great movie and a great ending to a great franchise.