IT’S BEEN almost ten years since the first Harry Potter film, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, was released. Since then people started to wait for the next Harry Potter movies; Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallow Part 1, and finally the end, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2. Seen on vast of people waiting for the end were smile on their faces as well as a bit of sadness, smile of sadness and tears of laughter, for we know that it was the last and final movie; that after the said movie, there will be Harry Potter and the —– no more. Harry Potter series (by J.K. Rowling), sadly to say, has come to an end.
The Part II movie started where its Part I has ended. It was a fast paced. People who haven’t read the book may have faced some difficulty understanding some of the happenings. But for many, counting me in, who have been a fan of Harry Potter, who have been monitoring every movie, every book, for us, we felt the excitement! Once again, events were so fast, horcruxes were gradually destroyed, loyalty were tested as well as friendship, dark secrets were revealed, feelings were expressed, bravery bursted out.
The battle started. The never-ending battle between the dark and light side, the good and bad guys, the battle between the Dark Lord and the boy who lived (the Chosen One). And because of everlasting love, the boy who lived to whom the Dark Lord said ‘come to die’ had lived! He live until the end, fighting for all of them, standing for those who have died for him, deserving the things done by those who have devoted their life so he can live and fight.
As Dumbledore said, ‘Do not pity the dead, pity the living and above all those who have live without love’, because love is what makes us alive, it is what makes us stronger, it is the reason we live.
For those who hated or do not like Harry Potter at all, then you’re not part of the epic, then feel free to bury it. But for us, for those who have loved Harry Potter with all their heart, let us treasure and cherish the movies, the moments, the novel. Always. Until the end. The epic wins, the epic will be forever in our heart.
It all ends but it really never end. The epic must goes on!