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I would never normally write reviews, however after being disgusted by the unbelievable 6.7/10 I had to comment.
For the fact that there is rarely a trilogy of such merit, and yes we can all name the few that come to mind, that in itself deserves credit.
The finale was definitely the highlight, with all loose ends tied and also so satisfactorily lacking the Hollywood ending that we've all known to come and hate, I couldn't have enjoyed it more.
The only things that upsets me now is I might not be strong enough to avoid curiosity and peek at the Hollywood attempt. Though rest assured my curiosity will be spent within the opening sequences I am sure.
The great thing about this trilogy is that I have watched it on my own and now have the excuse to watch again with friends! Enjoy.
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