The first-ever Harry Potter film on 3D — Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2 — left fans a little disappointed.
“I have seen all the movies, and I certainly liked the last one. It was faithful to the book and ended perfectly, but 3D effect was a letdown. With 3D technology, I expected the climax to be a larger-than-life kind of a scene. But it wasn’t so. Moreover, film like Kung Fu Panda had better 3D effect than the Potter film,” says Richi Malhotra, a Class 11 student of Manav Sthali School, Rajinder Nagar. “I usually don’t mind spending a bit extra to watch a film on 3D but it should be worth it,” laments Richi.
Sushruti Tripathi, an undergraduate student at the West Bengal National University of Juridical Science, feels that 3D effects are over-hyped. Tripathi, an ardent Harry Potter fan, “What matters is whether a movie is good. As long as the movie is good, I really don’t care about the 3D effects.”
Kamna Gupta, an executive with a herbal products firm, was disappointed with the poor 3D effect.