09. Statues - Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 Soundtrack Full
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The Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 original motion picture soundtrack is the soundtrack to the 2011 film of the same name, based on the second part of the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows book by J. K. Rowling.
All rights to Warner Bros and Alexandre Desplat.
Horribilis in the book, "Protego Maxima" in the film.
Let's put aside the fact that it's a soundtrack of a movie.
Let's just talk about the song itself. This is some powerful music.
Giving the idea of something big on the move.
Something happening, that you just cannot stop.
Something dark but also beautiful.
This song makes me feel overwhelmed by intense potterhead feels >.<
Fuck the death eaters and happy cinco DE MAYO!!!!!!!!!!!!
but look at the death eaters in Harry Potter I'm one of them here let me help you black is my fav. color and black means darknest and darknest means my soul
but there are some so you really don't need to be one of them.
well there has to be some death eaters and I'm one of them
dang don't be hating
i really cried in that moment of the movie.
check out my piano version of this magic Theme:) Hedwig's Theme
sorry I do
No encuentro como describir lo grandioso que es este track
I love the part when dumbledore dies and the part when harry dies
Esta cancion me hace llorar. La siento en el alma.
All soundtracks of HP are amazing :))
This song makes me feel so powerful
Voldemort and 4 other deatheaters disliked this
I will always love the books more than anything, but I gotta say, these 2 last films where really excellent... I didnt mind they didnt add some details or that they changed them a bit, the general idea and feelings were all there.
Snape dying, revealing his true feelings towards Lily, and the drive behind his actions. It made me cry when I read it. It made me cry when I watched it.
Some of my happiest memories of my childhood come from these books, and their respective movie adpatations...
I get chills anytime I see this part of the movie or hear this piece of music. It is probably my all time favorite piece of cinematography.