You can watch the video below.
Second video come from Shockya.com
And last video. Website Collider.com has a brend new 11minutes interview with our man. Don’t miss it, Rupert is absolutely adorable in this one.
Finally some cool reviews about Rupert and his performance in Harry Potter. The first one is from The Seatle Times.
And how nice that the film’s penultimate moment is a quiet one, as Harry (Daniel Radcliffe), Hermione (Emma Watson) and Ron (Rupert Grint) stand alone together outside Hogwarts, finally exhaling; you wish they could take a well-deserved bow.
Then CBC News.
Of the three central heroes, I’ve found actor Rupert Grint the most interesting to watch. While fans may not find his Ron as dreamy as Dan Radcliffe’s Harry, his character’s anger and frustration at this chaotic wizard world seems to burn the brightest. Still, in the transformation department, Matthew Lewis nearly steals the show as the cardigan-wearing champion Neville Longbottom. He is the Thomas the Tank Engine of the
Potterverse, who just keeps chug-chug-chugging along,regardless of the stakes.
And finally Times Online. Director David Yates, who also helmed “Part 1,” delivers excitement in a crisp running time of 130 minutes, but strangely, he never gives Radcliffe’s Harry a major confrontation for the viewers to applaud. Grint’s Ron and Watson’s Hermione face a similar problem, since they run
across the screen numerous times but never have a defining action momentthat would delight their fans.
That may be a minor quibble, but Grint and Watson bring so much energy to the narrative that one wishes they had more challenging moments on screen. The two certainly deserved them.
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