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Nothing at all like the book.
This movie was not at all like the book. The only similarities were the characters, a couple scenes in the movie, and the name. The director completely cut out everything that the books created. I literally stopped caring about the movie about ten minutes into it.
The most important thing that viewers need to know about Harry Potter is that he is humble. Harry Potter would rather see the joy of others over his own. So when he tells Hermione that it's OK that Romilda Vane just likes him because "he is the chosen one", it strays completely from what his character is actually like.
The fact that the director plays it out like Dumbledore had no idea that Tom Riddle had any horcruxes before he saw the memory is totally wrong. That completely changes his character as well. Dumbledore is supposed to be the man with all the answers, as they show in the seventh book. He knew from the beginning almost everything that was supposed to happen, and that is how he ultimately destroyed Voldemort. Also, it makes no sense that he has no idea, because he already had the ring and destroyed it.
Another huge mistake was that he did not mention at all what the other horcruxes might be, and he did not mention that they are artifacts of the original houses. Harry should have no idea what to do now.
There are far too many mistakes to point out, so I will restrain myself for now.
I would have to say that my favorite scene in the entire movie would have to be at the end when they show the Great Hall completely trashed by Bellatrix. I do not like this because it is supposed to be a highly emotional scene that shows how bad off everyone is; I like this scene because it shows Gryffindor is ahead in points(even though the Death Eaters were supposed to have broken the Gryffindor hourglass as they left).
After this movie, I'm not even sure if I'll go to see the seventh movie, because there is no way that it will do justice to the book.