over a year ago:
Good question, as I have thought at this again and again - with no satisfying answers until today. I'm as sad as I've been at the moment when I experienced the details of Snapes death.
Like most of us all I would have wanted to see scenes of Snape when he put the sword in the wood and guided Harry to it with his patronous. They could have made a good story out of this, but they didn't mention it.
Then I've been eager to see Snape in Sirius' house when he get the letter of Lily and her picture. This would have been very emotional to see and Alan would have done it great - I'm sure!
Next I would have wanted to see Snapes picture in the headmasters office - just to make peace with him and all what he has done to safe others.
Of course there is so much more I would have wanted to see... but it's to late now. It have come to an end without all of this. They should have let Harry tell all the others, the stuff-members and students and so on, how brave Snape really was and what he has sacreficed. But they didn't. What a pity!
What else? Ah, yeah, they cut out some of the best Snape-scenes! Is that possible? Why did they do that? Snape had such a big personality, such a big role, as well in the books, as in the movies. Of course I want to see more of him! And all the others too. There was no goodbye, with none of all the importent characters. That's a shame, I think.