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Marvel's The Avengers
5 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

It was... a pretty bad movie. It always felt like nothing was at stake, even when aliens were invading Manhattan. The cheesy one-liners completely ruin the movie. Despite a handful of good performances, the Avengers fails epically.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2
5 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Wow. Just wow. It truly did all end here. After 10 years and 8 movies, the epic saga of the boy who lived came to an end. And for anyone, fan or not, it did not disappoint. The bombastic qualities of the Battle juxtaposed with the somber emotion of the revelation of Snape's true identity was... amazing. It skipped no beats, and did great justice to it's source material. I was very literally in tears for the last 30 minutes or more of the movie, from The Pensieve scene, to the epilogue. Maybe it was because the movie was genuinely sad, maybe because it was the last movie in the series, or maybe both, this was one of the most somber movies I have ever seen. It was truly an emotional epic. The epilogue scene, although loathed by many, was terribly tragic. It wasn't meant to be sad, but seeing the Hogwarts Express leaving, with John Williams' theme motif in the background was truly saddening. Why does it all have to end? Why does my childhood have to die. Why can't these characters and this place that we have come to love have to leave us. But, I digress. All other aspects of the movie are amazing. From the acting, highlighted by Alan Rickman, to the score, that fits the movie ever so greatly, I loved it. But, we must always remember that "Hogwarts will always be open to to welcome you home". We must remember that the books and the movies shall always live on. As long as there are those of us that love this world, it shall never truly die. Goodbye Harry, you shall always be missed.