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Follow the first three years of Harry Potter's matriculation at Hogwarts with this box set that contains the original video releases of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, and Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. The films chart Harry's progress as he discovers his magical powers, meets his soon-to-be two best friends, learns how to play Quidditch, and begins to understand how the forces that killed his parents are still out to do...
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Follow the first three years of Harry Potter's matriculation at Hogwarts with this box set that contains the original video releases of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, and Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. The films chart Harry's progress as he discovers his magical powers, meets his soon-to-be two best friends, learns how to play Quidditch, and begins to understand how the forces that killed his parents are still out to do him harm.
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Special Features

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone:; Additional scenes; Filmmaker interviews; Self-guided Hogwarts tour; Challenges: Mix potions, perform transfigurations, catch a snitch; Explore Diagon Alley; DVD-ROM: Be sorted by the sorting hat, receive owl e-mails, web link; ; Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets:; Additional scenes; J.K. Rowling interview; Cast and crew interviews; Challenges: Escape the Forbidden Forest challenge, Spellcaster Knowledge; Visit Lockhart's classroom; Self-guided tours of Diagon Alley, Dumbledore's office, and more; DVD-ROM: Hogwarts timeline, magical trading cards, over 15 puzzles and challenges; ; Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban:; Additional scenes; Interviews with the cast, J.K. Rowling, and filmmakers; Meet the animal trainers; Challenges: Quest of Sir Cadogan, Catch Scabbers, and Magic You May Have Missed; Self-guided tours of Honeydukes and Lupin's classroom; DVD-ROM: Hogwarts timeline, magical trading cards, web link to game preview
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
The hotly anticipated sequel to Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone didn't disappoint the millions of fans who eagerly awaited its release. Even more imaginative and elaborate than its predecessor, Chamber of Secrets abounds in magic, mystery, and adventure. Chamber now comes to DVD in a deluxe two-disc edition that teems with special features, and the film itself has been beautifully transferred to the digital medium. As the story begins, young wizard-in-training Harry Daniel Radcliffe embarks on his second year at the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, along with his loyal friends Ron Weasley Rupert Grint and Hermione Granger Emma Watson. But something's not quite right: Harry constantly hears a mysterious voice that warns him of impending danger, and while investigating a series of attacks bedeviling Hogwarts he uncovers a sinister, dangerous secret. Kenneth Branagh is a colorful addition to the Hogwarts faculty, and his blustery, egotistical instructor fits right in along with Harry veterans Richard Harris, Maggie Smith, Robbie Coltrane, and Alan Rickman. Although they've tried to keep Chamber of Secrets lighthearted with a full quota of humorous episodes, director Chris Columbus and screenwriter Steven Kloves have actually made this sequel a darker, more grimly suspenseful tale. Very young fans should watch the film with their parents, as its vivid depiction of fanciful monsters and perilous combat makes for an occasionally intense viewing experience. Watching the DVD edition could easily be an all-day affair: The film is accompanied by no fewer than 19 deleted or extended scenes, conversations with cast and crew members, interviews of Harry Potter creator J. K. Rowling and screenwriter Steven Kloves, and a wide variety of interactive special features that include self-guided tours of the Chamber of Secrets itself, Dumbledore's office, and Diagon Alley. There are also some 15 animated puzzles, sliders, and screen savers to be accessed. All told, these two discs will provide families with countless hours of entertainment.
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As noted at the time of its theatrical release, the third Harry Potter film is somewhat darker in tone than its predecessors, but the change in mood was certainly beneficial -- Azkaban is clearly the best of the series to date. Harry Daniel Radcliffe begins his third year at Hogwarts under an ominous cloud: A killer wizard named Sirius Black Gary Oldman has escaped from prison, and there's every indication that he's heading for the well-hidden sorcery school to do young Potter in. The bulk of the film finds Harry, accompanied by loyal friends Hermione Emma Watson and Ron Rupert Grint, trying to unravel the tangled strands of a mystery, with occasional help from their favorite new teacher, Professor Lupin David Thewlis. The relatively benign witchcraft on display in the first two Potter films takes a backseat to more malignant occultism in Azkaban; the constant threat of impending death, along with some genuinely frightening scenes involving lycanthropy, makes this installment somewhat problematic for very young viewers. Seeing it from the security of home will lessen the impact on kids, but parents might want to prepare their most impressionable children for a slightly more scary time than they would normally have at Hogwarts. Director Alfonso Cuaron skillfully employs atmospheric visual effects and gives the film a more genuinely gothic look than the earlier Potter entries. Recurring cast members Maggie Smith, Alan Rickman, and Robbie Coltrane are seen to good advantage; and Michael Gambon, taking over as Dumbledore for the late Richard Harris, figures prominently in a time-shift subplot that's extremely well worked out. Oldman is suitably menacing as the accused killer, and Thewlis brings genuine warmth to his sympathetic but complex character. Prisoner of Azkaban abounds in the delightful fantasy trappings that engage a youthful sense of wonder, but the darker undercurrents of its complicated plot make it unusually engrossing for older viewers as well.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/23/2004
  • UPC: 012569586161
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  • Source: Warner Home Video
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Language: English
  • Time: 7:35:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Daniel Radcliffe Harry Potter
Rupert Grint Ron Weasley
Emma Watson Hermione Granger
Technical Credits
J. Rowling Source Author
Chris Columbus Director
Alfonso Cuarón Director
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Scene Index

Side #1 -- Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone [WS]
1. Doorstep Delivery [4:05]
2. Vanishing Glass [4:05]
3. Letters From No One [4:06]
4. Keeper of the Keys [6:07]
5. Diagon Alley [3:18]
6. Gringotts [2:57]
7. Ollivanders [4:07]
8. The Boy Who Lived [2:15]
9. Platform 9 3/4 [3:00]
10. Ron and Hermione [3:43]
11. Welcome to Hogwarts [3:39]
12. Sorting Hat [4:43]
13. Nick and Other Residents [4:15]
14. Potions and Parcels [4:35]
15. New Seeker [5:50]
16. Three-Headed Sentinel [2:48]
17. Facts and Feathers [4:04]
18. Mountain Troll [5:55]
19. Quidditch [:05]
20. Interference Overcome [6:28]
21. Christmas Gift [3:36]
22. Cloaked in Darkness [4:37]
23. Mirror of Erised [3:09]
24. Norbert [4:59]
25. Forbidden Forest [5:51]
26. Up to Something [6:29]
27. Through the Trapdoor [4:16]
28. Wizards Chess [4:47]
29. Sacrifice Play [5:34]
30. Man With Two Faces [3:11]
31. Magic Touch [3:59]
32. Mark of Love [3:23]
33. House Cup Winner [3:10]
34. Not Really Going Home [4:14]
35. End Credits [2:26]
Side #3 -- Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets [WS]
1. In a Cage [3:00]
2. Dobby's Warning [4:54]
3. Car Rescue [2:53]
4. The Burrow [3:17]
5. To Diagon Alley [3:50]
6. Flourish and Blotts [4:18]
7. Flying to Hogwarts [3:33]
8. Whomping Willow [3:00]
9. Not Expelled... Today [2:17]
10. Mandrakes; Ron's Howler [4:06]
11. Gilderoy Lockhart [2:46]
12. Mudbloods and Murmurs [4:47]
13. Writing on the Wall [5:27]
14. About the Chamber [3:59]
15. Rogue Bludger [5:40]
16. No Longer Safe [5:16]
17. Dueling Club [4:36]
18. A Parselmouth [4:05]
19. Nothing to Tell [4:36]
20. Polyjuice Potion [:49]
21. Harry and Ron Transformed [4:11]
22. The Diary [4:05]
23. Tom Riddle [4:02]
24. Petrified [3:47]
25. Cornelius Fudge [4:12]
26. Aragog [5:05]
27. Spider Attack [4:12]
28. Missing [4:05]
29. Chamber of Secrets [4:18]
30. Backfire [5:26]
31. Heir of Slytherin [3:16]
32. The Basilisk [5:22]
33. Healing Powers [4:59]
34. Out of the Hat [3:33]
35. Dobby's Reward [3:14]
36. Welcome Back [5:14]
37. End Credits [5:07]
Side #4 -- Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets - Bonus Material
1. Chapter 1 [:20]
2. Chapter 2 [:09]
3. Chapter 3 [:03]
4. Chapter 4 [:09]
5. Chapter 5 [:03]
6. Chapter 6 [:09]
7. Chapter 7 [:03]
8. Chapter 8 [:09]
9. Chapter 9 [:03]
10. Chapter 10 [:09]
11. Chapter 11 [:03]
12. Chapter 12 [:09]
13. Chapter 13 [:03]
14. Chapter 14 [:09]
15. Chapter 15 [:03]
16. Chapter 16 [:09]
17. Chapter 17 [:03]
18. Chapter 18 [:09]
19. Chapter 19 [:16]
1. Professor Gilderoy Lockhart [:07]
2. Lucius Malfoy [:10]
3. Profesor Sprout [:13]
4. Mrs. Molly Weasley [:06]
5. Mr. Arthur Weasley [:05]
6. Professor Albus Dumbledor [:09]
7. Rubeus Hagrid [:09]
8. Professor Severus Snape [:17]
9. Uncle Vernon Dursley [:11]
10. Aunt Petunia Dursley [:08]
11. Argus Filch [:08]
12. Professor Minerva McGonagall [:12]
13. Play All [:08]
1. Chapter 1 [:30]
2. Chapter 2 [:09]
3. Chapter 3 [:03]
4. Chapter 4 [:09]
5. Chapter 5 [:03]
6. Chapter 6 [:09]
7. Chapter 7 [:03]
8. Chapter 8 [:09]
9. Chapter 9 [:03]
10. Chapter 10 [:09]
11. Chapter 11 [:03]
12. Chapter 12 [:09]
13. Chapter 13 [:03]
14. Chapter 14 [:09]
15. Chapter 15 [:03]
16. Chapter 16 [:09]
17. Chapter 17 [:03]
18. Chapter 18 [:09]
Side #5 -- Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban [WS]
1. Under Covers Prologue [1:36]
2. Aunt Marge's Big Mistake [4:55]
3. The Knight Bus [6:09]
4. The Leaky Cauldron [2:06]
5. The Monster Book of Monsters [1:20]
6. In Grave Danger [2:43]
7. The Dementor [4:53]
8. Welcome and Warning [5:00]
9. Tea Leaves [2:30]
10. Buckbeak [7:27]
11. Boggart in the Wardrobe [5:55]
12. Talent for Trouble [2:51]
13. Flight of the Fat Lady [2:02]
14. Substitute Teacher [4:03]
15. Grim Defeat [3:44]
16. The Marauder's Map [3:55]
17. Who's There? [1:59]
18. I Hope He Finds Me [3:47]
19. The Patronus [4:42]
20. Seeing the Impossible [3:53]
21. Professor Trelawney's Prediction [3:22]
22. Witnesses to an Execution [3:19]
23. The Womping Willow [4:58]
24. Sirius Black [2:43]
25. Peter Pettigrew [4:05]
26. Friends Become Foes [2:38]
27. The Dementor's Kiss [5:26]
28. Hermione's Secret [3:15]
29. Onlookers to the Rescue [4:22]
30. Saving Lives [5:29]
31. Truly Seen, Truly Free [4:33]
32. Two Places at Once [3:08]
33. Mischief Managed [2:46]
34. The Firebolt [2:40]
35. End Credits Map [1:04]
Side #6 -- Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban - Bonus Features
1. Introduction With the Shrunken Head [:06]
2. Play All [:05]
3. The Heroes [:18]
4. The Gryffindors [:20]
5. The Slytherins [:20]
6. Professor Lupin and Sirius Black [:20]
7. Professor Dumbledore and Rubeus Hagrid [:20]
8. The Dursleys [:20]
9. The Filmmakers [:00]
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Menu

Side #1 -- Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone [WS]
   Play Movie
   Special Features
      Cast & Crew
      Teaser Trailer
      Theatrical Trailer
   Scene Selections
   Languages
      Spoken Languages: English
      Spoken Languages: Español
      Subtitles: English
      Subtitles: Español
      Subtitles: Off
Side #2 -- Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone - Bonus Material
   Diagon Alley
      Eeylops Owl Emporium
      Gringgotts
         Gringotts Exchange Rate
         [Hidden]
      Ollivanders Wands
   Tour
   Sorting Hat
      Gryffindor
      Hufflepuff
      Ravenclaw
      Slytherin
   Interviews
   Extra Credit
      DVD-Rom
   Hogwart's Grounds
      [Hidden 1]
      [Hidden 2]
      [Hidden 3]
      [Hidden 4]
   Library
      [Hidden 1]
      [Hidden 2]
      [Hidden 3]
         Harry Potter
         Hermione Granger
         Ron Weasley
         Draco Malfoy
         Oliver Wood
         Seamus Finnigan
         Neville Longbottom
         Percy Weasley
         Madam Hooch
         Filch
      [Hidden 4]
      [Hidden 5]
   Classrooms
Side #3 -- Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets [WS]
   Play Movie
   Scene Selections
   Special Features
      Cast & Crew
      Year One at Hogwarts
      Theatrical Trailer
   Languages
      Spoken Languages: English
      Spoken Languages: Español
      Subtitles: English
      Subtitles: Español
      Subtitles: Français
      Subtitles: Off
      Continue
Side #4 -- Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets - Bonus Material
   Additional Scenes
      Play All
   Game Preview
      [Game Preview]
      [Game Preview]
      [Game Preview]
      [Game Preview]
      [Game Preview]
      [Game Preview]
   Lockhart's Classroom
      Photo Gallery
      Certificates
      Required Reading
   Behind Hogwarts
      Conversation With J.K. Rowling and Steve Kloves
      Dumbledore's Office
         Build a Scene
         Tour Dumbledore's Office
      Interviews With Students, Professors and More
         Students
            Tell Us About Your Character
            How Has Your Character Evolved?
            How Have You Changed as an Actor?
            What Was Your Favorite Scene?
            What Do Your Friends Think?
            Is Making the Movie Fun?
            How Do You All Get Along?
            Play All
         Professors & More
      Gallery of Production Sketches
   Extra Credit
      Preview Features
   Activities
      The Chamber Challenge
      The Forbidden Forest Challenge
         Begin
      Colin's Darkroom
         1
         2
         3
         Random
      Tour Diagon Alley
Side #5 -- Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban [WS]
   Play Movie
   Scene Selections
   Special Features
      Cast & Crew
      Theatrical Trailer: Year One
      Theatrical Trailer: Year Two
      Theatrical Trailer: Year Three
   Languages
      Spoken Languages: English
      Spoken Languages: Français (Dubbed in Quebec)
      Spoken Languages: Español
      Subtitles: English
      Subtitles: Français
      Subtitles: Español
      Subtitles: Off
Side #6 -- Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban - Bonus Features
   Divination Class
      Trelawney's Crystal Ball
         [Unfinished Scene]
         [Unfinished Scene]
         [Unfinished Scene]
         [Unfinished Scene]
         [Unfinished Scene]
      Creating the Vision
      Head to Shrunken Head
   Great Hall
      Catch Scabbers
      Choir Practice
      The Quest of Sir Cadogan
   Tour Honeydukes
      [Play]
      [Play]
      [Play]
      [Play]
      [Play]
      [Play]
      [Play]
   Defense Against the Dark Arts
      Magic You May Have Missed
      Tour Lupin's Classroom
   Hogwarts Grounds
      Hagrid's Hut
         Care of Magical Creatures
         Conjuring a Scene
         Continue
      Dvd-Rom
      Game Preview
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    These movies really bring out the books. It is amazing how much the books come to life in these movies. If you are looking for a good movie to watch watch the Harry Potter movies. But you should definatley read all the books first.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Weakest of the three

    I love the Harry Potter series both in book and cinema. Chris Columbus set up such a wonderfully diverse world beyond my own imagination of it. Then we get the third installment and it failed on all points. The only thing it served in duing was to further the plot developement and left me pining for a different director. I hated this movie as much as I liked it. If you're going to pick a new director at least get somebody who has read at least one Harry Potter book. Alfonso Cuaron, the director, had joyously let it be known that he had never heard of it before and did no research in preparation to his shooting of the movie. Weak, weak weak... I pray that the fourth movie is better than "The Prisioner of Azkaban" and up to the standards set by Chris Columbus.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    I LOVE THESE MOVIES

    I love all the movies I have them and the books. And all the games to the movies. I highly recommend seeing the movies. Harry Potter's # 1 fan, Crystal Wilkins

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    #1 harry potter fan!

    I like the 3rd harry potter film but I hate to say it but I was disappointed also. They left out how ron gets his hew owl and how harry told dumbledore about the prophecy, and that wormtail owes harry a wizard's debt. But I really enjoyed it it was funny action-packed and exciting.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    i loved all the books and the movie so much it deserves 100 stars (100 being the highest)

    im a huge harry potter fan and ive read each book more then 10 times each and own the books and the movies and the third book was my fave. but the new dirdertor left out some really importet stuff like harry never met cho or the never told how professor lupin knew about the map. but the movie was really good and the dirdorter did a good job. but i wish it were longer and had more stuff in it and they didnt even have olover wood in it and it was his last year! but i think the movie was really really good and i would recomed it to every one youll love it i did.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Great, but not Excellent

    I'm a huge Harry Potter fan, but I must admit, this movie wasn't that great. I blame most of that on the director and I wish very much that Christopher Columbus could have continued directing. Though it does go with book as getting darker and somewhat scarier very well. It also neat to see how much Dan, Emma, and Rupert have grown through the movies. I highly recommend this to ANY Harry Potter fan!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    okay

    I thought the movie was just okay. There were some good things, like making Hermione punch Malfoy instead of slapping him, and the new dress code was kinda cool, but there were also a lot of scenes left out or rearranged. This was the shortest movie yet, although it was longer than the first two. I have to say I think it was the director - not saying he's a bad director or anything, but Chris Columbus had a good vibe going with the first two movies and it should've been kept that way.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Harry Potter Luver!

    Well I personally LOVED it...but I was quite dissapointed with it. I am a devoted Harry Potter fan having read all the books 7 or 8 times each and watched the movies just as many times, so I know the current plot quite well. I love the actors/actresses way they interpret the story, but I wish that the old director was still running the show! To the new guy...WHAT WERE YOU THINKING?! He completely changed the layout of Hogwarts grounds (especially the clock)...yes it was nice, but should've been like that the whole time. I also though Sirius Black could've appeared nicer...wasn't he supposed to be handsome 10 years previous? And the werewolf looked terrible! o well. All in all I thought it was great and recommend you watch it!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    i love the hp collection

    it is so hott to be able to get all the movies in one i don't care what anybody thinks hp is hott {not to mention daniel radcliffe and rupert grint in the third movie}

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone

    I think this movie was quite fair to the book and at the same time really enjoyable. It is true that the movie cannot replace the book, nevertheless, it is worth the time due to his marvelous architecture and design as well as performances. I truly loved it and I would recommend this movie and of course the book!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Best of the Harry Potter Series

    I've read every Harry Potter book and have seen every Harry Potter movie, and this has to be the best of them. They may have left a few details out, but they are really small details, with no significance to the plot (ie: In the book Harry receives his broom in the middle of the story, while he gets it at the end in the movie). This is a great movie and I would recommend it to anyone.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Loved!

    I am a huge HP fan! I personaly loved PoA. I think it was the best HP film to date! But, i think that GoF might top it bc it has to do with other schools, and stuff. But I would recommed this movie to anyone of any age!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I love the Harry Potter books and Movies. I never used to be intrested in it. Then when I started to read it I was in love with it !!! {Not too mention that Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint are SOOOOOOOOOOO HOTT!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    SO SO

    I felt the movie was great but they left out alot of scenes in this movie. I blame the director(not saying he was a bad director but...)the last director took time to make the movies similar to the books. The last two movies included all most all of the scences from the book. The ending of the 3rd movies was terrible. He was supposed to get his broom at the middle of the year, not at the end. The new dumbledore seems to quick and lively for an old man, nothing like the last one.I was disappointed but all in all it was a pretty good movie. P.S Plus Harry (Daniel) and Ron (Ruprint) are so hot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    It was OK

    This movie wasn't as good as I thought it would be. A lot of details were left out of the movie that were in the book, and many of those details were significant. Such as who Moony, Padfoot, Prongs, and Wormtail are. I think that it could've been better, but I loved the actors and their performances. It was a good movie, but as a movie that is based on a book, it wasn't the best.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    How sweet is 3 movies in one?!!

    This collection is awesome. All the books and movies rock! POA is definetly one of the best releases of the season and getting them all together makes it 10x better!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The Third Movie was great

    The third movie was great, but I feel they left alot out and change things around to much. Like Harry got his broom before the end of the story line in the book. And the broom had to be anti-jinked before he could take a ride on it. But all-in-all it was a good Movie, can't what till the next three come out. I really hope they are doing the rest of the books.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Harry Potter Fan

    I am a big Harry Potter Fan.I really enjoyed reading all the books and really liked the movies. The first two, were very similar to the book, they captured the most important events of the books. But i din't really like the third because i felt like it didn't include some of the really important parts of the book, they skipped a lot of stuff. I give 5 stars to the first two movies and 2 1/2 stars to the third.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Worthy Adaption of the Books

    These movies are good,not great,adaptions of the books.The Sorcerers Stone felt short,basically because Chris Columbus tried to keep as close to the books as possible,making the scenes shorter and not expanding the storyline.The second film was a little better than the first but still had the same problems as the first.The Prisoner of Azkaban,now being directed by Alfonso Cuaron,was much better.Not trying to keep as close to the books,but still keeping the same basic plot,was a much better adaption of the third book.Michael Gambon,replacing the late Richard Harris as Dumbledore in the film,was perfectly cast.Despite the first two films lacking detail,i am still giving these movies 5 stars.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    HPDM

    if youre a hardcore fan, or if youre just getting into HP, this set is for you! it helps tons if youve read the books (you wouldnt believe the stupid questions i heard being whispered in the theater... gods...) so read the books, watch the dvds and itll all work out for you! *^^*V ta!

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