By modestly embracing its inherent minimalism and finding the emotions underlying even the most schematic of scenarios, the film taps into something unmistakably human.
As with its predecessors, Deathly Hallows’s narrative is driven by gobbledygook devices.
My promotional copy of the Blu-ray came with a spiffy Handmade Films beer glass.
A deluxe anniversary reissue is the best way to revisit an Oscar-winning '80s dinosaur.
It's all very interesting, but it still feels like a cut-and-dry homework assignment…or a Paula Abdul song.