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Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix ()

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featuring Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Emma Watson, Michael Gambon, Ralph Fiennes

Young wizard-in-training Harry Potter (Daniel Radcliffe) returns to Hogwarts for his fifth year of studies, only to find that the magical community ... Show synopsis

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  • Harry Potter; phoenix Jan 19, 2012
    by Celina C

    every movie gets better and better. Mystery, history character growth all there and all entertainng.

  • Phoenix resurrected ! Jun 18, 2009
    by Present

    You know all the cast and players. Perhaps a few replacements and new characters all work with the now endearing Harry and friends.
    More than enough story line to carry the film and credible aging of the familiar screen faces make for a rewarding continuation of the saga !

  • What a dissapointment Nov 16, 2008
    by harryspetdonkey

    I know the movies are never as good as their books, but this was rediculous. They rushed through this movie, the only thing on their mind was getting more money faster. They didn't even try to make it entertaining. They cut five or six MAJOR chapters at a time by showing a newspaper article. IT WAS STUPID. I'm sorry J.K Rowing, you must be so dissapointed.

  • Where to begin... Jul 1, 2008
    by darksouledfreak

    I really loved the book, but if you have read it and watched the movie, you would have to say that they greatly differ. They get all the major points of the book across, but it is choppy and sporadic. It was a good movie, but frustrating to watch if you have read the book...

  • Darker, mature imagination! Mar 27, 2008
    by Royce

    As imaginative as usual. Much more emotional than the previous movies - whether this is caused by the new directer, darker storyline, or age of the actors, I'm uncertain.

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