Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix


Though a huge Harry Potter fan who found Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix strongly continuing the amazing job done with each of the series, I have to agree with some reviews of the movie that it started out a bit slowly. To give the film credit, though, all of this was still very well done and kept true to the book which is certainly key for many Harry Potter fans.

The film did very well capturing the loneliness Harry felt in the book as he experienced the horrible event of Voldermort’s return and the death of Cedric Diggory and, as is very highlighted in the book and film, no one believing him that Voldermort has returned.

As usual, there were plenty of details of the book left out of the film for reasons of keeping its length under control, but in this film I believe there was room to include some of these extras considering the slower start to the film as well as the fact that this was the longest book of the films made, yet the shortest film.

Despite all this nit-picking as a fan of the books, the film was truly excellent. The mood of the book was captured and the actors have transitioned smoothly from cute and talented child actors to mature and extremely talented adult stars. They clearly know their characters well which only adds to the film’s greatness.

If you have the gusto to fight the crowds, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix is most definitely a must-see movie for the big screen, if not even the bigger screen of the IMAX theaters. On IMAX, viewers not only get to enjoy the massive screen and better quality film, but also 3-D for the last 20 minutes of the film in which there is plenty of action and amazing effects that would be no less than exceptional in 3-D!

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Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix


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