I'm guessing it's more on the dvd producer's side then the seller's side. It's not on iTunes, Zune, Vudu, or Epix either however every other harry potter film is, I actually came to amazon because I've been trying to find an instant form of The Deathly Hallows: part 1. DVD's simply take up space in my small apartment, while on my Xbox if it's on Zune, Vudu, or Epix I can watch it on my television. If it's on Amazon i can simply hook up my computer to my television to watch it's as simply as that. However I can't find it anywhere.
Wonderful question. I would also love an answer to this - what brilliant genius decided it was a good idea to have all of them available except the penultimate? I'm sure some aspiring comedians thought it was a fabulous joke; I, however, am merely annoyed. If I bought this movie now, it certainly would not be from Amazon.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1 is available on Amazon Instant Video, but Part 2 is NOT! Is this some kind of joke? I am so tired of Amazon.com and their nasty ways of trying to make an extra buck! They have bought all of the rights to the Harry Potter franchise, so that no other providers (such as Netflix) are allowed to show them. Then, Amazon tries to force people who are hooked into buying DVDs or Blue Ray at a highly inflated price. Well I, for one, refuse to do so. I'll just get the book for free at my local library. Nuts to you, Amazon!