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Overall: 8.5
Story: 6
Animation: 6.5
Cinematography: 8
Effects: 8.5
Sound: 7
Music: 7.5

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

Directed By: Mario Baumgartner

Genre: Fantasy, Mystery, Action, Horror
Length: 03:40
Released: April 8th, 2010

Content Advisory:  mild violence.

Director's Comments

Finally its ready - with english voices.
Last time some people didn´t like the german accent, so I have this time many native voices in there.
Special thanks to Steffen from Golego, who organised the speakers, and he made some voices too.

Staff Reviews

One of Mario72’s best works to-date, this animation is made to be a trailer for the upcoming movie “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.”  With stunning visual effects and great scoring, as well as excellent cinematography and animation, this trailer is sure to excite all viewers, especially Harry Potter fans.

Randy Yard:
Brickfilm fans will have plenty to marvel at in this stand-alone trailer. The superb lighting effects that mario72 is known for are back and better then ever, and the cinematography, though hampered by some jittery camera movements, is among the most ambitious in a brickfilm to date. The crop of voice actors does an admirable job, and the differences in accent are hidden nicely. But ultimately, while this is a stellar brickfilm trailer, it's only an average movie trailer. The animation is merely decent, and the occasional mediocre effect here and poor quality recording there start to add up. Most of all, at four minutes it's far too long for a trailer, and the end result is that this short may struggle to hold the attention of anyone outside the community for the entire running time. But if you're a fan of brickfilms (and if you're reading this, I'm sure you are), this is a film you most certainly don't want to miss.

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