11:34 16 November 2010
The world premier of the latest Harry Potter film went down a storm with fans on Thursday, with hundreds of people waiting for hours in the cold to see a glimpse of the stars.
However it seems that some critics are still undecided, with some branding it "never more than half-alive" and others describing it as "terrific".
The Daily Mail film critic favoured the film, describing it as "a real treat to watch " but criticised the length, saying that "there must be a spell that could have made at least 20 minutes of it disappear", whilst the Guardian's Xan Brooks took a less positive approach:
"It's hard to mourn the demise of a franchise that was never more than half-alive to begin with."
JK Rowling herself recently announced that the seventh film in the series is her favourite so far, but the public will have to wait until 19 November to make up their minds.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is released in the UK on Friday 19 November.
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