The Vatican daily L’Osservatore Romano has entered the moral discussion nearby the controversial message of the Harry Potter films. The newspaper has accessible a positive review of the saga’s last installment, which will open worldwide this weekend.
The new film is the last in the series of movies based on the seven-volume fantasy novel written by J.K. Rowling.
L’Osservatore Romano reporter Gaetano Vallini writes in his piece, “The finale is epic, with a battle worthy of this saga of unrivaled planetary success. The decisive meeting between the forces of good and evil is truly the final one, played out in an atmosphere that is roughly too dark.”
“Fans of the saga already know everything: for them, the challenge is to contrast how faithful the film is to the book. So far, they haven’t complained and we consider they will not have reason to with this film either."
Nevertheless, Vallini warns, “The atmosphere of the last few episodes which had become ever more dark and ominous, reaches its pinnacle in this last film with Hogwarts abridged to smoldering rubble. This may not sit well with all moviegoers, as occurred with the previous film, and might make the youngest among the audience uneasy.