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Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
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Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

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Director: David Yates

Cast: Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Emma Watson


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Young wizard-in-training Harry Potter (Daniel Radcliffe) returns to Hogwarts for his fifth year of studies, only to find that the magical community seems to be in a curious state of denial about his recent encounter with the sinister Lord Voldemort (Ralph Fiennes) in the fifth installment of the popular


Young wizard-in-training Harry Potter (Daniel Radcliffe) returns to Hogwarts for his fifth year of studies, only to find that the magical community seems to be in a curious state of denial about his recent encounter with the sinister Lord Voldemort (Ralph Fiennes) in the fifth installment of the popular fantasy film series based on the best-selling books by author J.K. Rowling. Rumor has it that the dreaded Lord Voldemort has returned, but Minister for Magic Cornelius Fudge (Robert Hardy) isn't so sure what to make of all the hearsay currently floating around the campus of Hogwarts. Suspecting that Headmaster Albus Dumbledore (Michael Gambon) may be fueling the rumors regarding Voldemort's return in order to undermine his authority and lay claim to his job, Fudge entrusts newly arrived Defense Against the Dark Arts professor Dolores Umbridge (Imelda Staunton) with the task of tracking Dumbledore and keeping a protective watch over the nervous student body. The young wizards of Hogwarts will need something much more effective than Umbridge's Ministry-approved course in defensive magic if they are to truly succeed in the extraordinary battle that lies ahead, however, and when the administration fails to provide the students with the tools that they will need to defend Hogwarts against the fearsome powers of the Dark Arts, Hermione (Emma Watson), Ron (Rupert Grint), and Harry take it upon themselves to recruit a small group of students to form "Dumbledore's Army" in preparation for the ultimate supernatural showdown.

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With nearly 900 pages to its name, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix is the longest book in the Harry Potter series. In the hands of director David Yates, it became the shortest film. The presence of house elves is nearly non-existent, and there was no mention of Dumbledore's (Michael Gambon) controversial selection of school prefects, Quidditch, or the betrayal of Ron's (Rupert Grint) brother, who estranged himself from his family in favor of The Ministry of Magic. The dark artifacts in Sirius' (Gary Oldman) house appear to be collecting dust on the cutting-room floor, and aside from a brief mention of their "pureblood mania," so does the Blacks' family history. Yet, despite the absence of these and various other moments from the book, Yates nonetheless admirably captured the essence of what fans refer to affectionately as "OOTP: oppression, rebellion, paranoia, denial, betrayal, and the rollercoaster that is being 15 years old. Rivaling Voldemort himself for sheer evil and his followers for unerring sycophantism, Imelda Staunton is superb as Dolores Umbridge, the Ministry-appointed Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher with a honey voice, pink wardrobe, and very little qualms regarding child torture. While Staunton darkens the palette considerably, Order was already a dark film; the first scene depicts a grimy, graffiti-ridden alleyway in the "muggle" world, and for the first time, the wizard community is hardly an improvement. The world is a generally unfair place in Order. Just a few months after witnessing the murder of a classmate, an already traumatized Harry (Daniel Radcliffe) is subjected not only to the disdain of his peers (a hazard of celebrity which he somewhat regularly endures), but also gets the cold shoulder from the community at large, which has been swayed by propaganda touting Harry as a spoiled egomaniac. Whereas Harry is none too pleased with his treatment, fellow outcast Luna (aka "Looney") Lovegood handles her own pariah status with a dreamy grace peppered by crackpot theories and genuine insight alike; soft-spoken newcomer Evanna Lynch seems custom-designed for the role. The infamous trio (Grint, Radcliffe, and Emma Watson as Hermione) deserve no small amount of credit for their own performances -- they've grown up with these characters and it shows. Still, the elder British cast couldn't help but steal the show once again. Gambon makes a believably impressive Dumbledore alongside Voldemort (Ralph Fiennes) in the film's riveting final battle, while Helena Bonham Carter's relentlessly unhinged take on the über-loyal, prison-hardened Death Eater Bellatrix Lestrange made for an interesting contrast to Staunton's infuriatingly restrained brand of cruelty. Overall, despite the lack of several key book elements and the addition of several not-so-key others, Order of the Phoenix is a rousing, effectively streamlined addition to the Potter series, and set the tone well for the next installment, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.

Product Details

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Warner Home Video
[Wide Screen]
[Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]

Special Features

Focus points: featurettes and production diaries (in high definition); Additional scenes (in high definition); The hidden secrets of Harry Potter - explore all the movies in the series for clues to the mystery of Harry's true destiny; Trailing tonks: Natalia Tena (aka Nymphadora Tonks) leads a very personal film; Set tour (in high definition); Harry Potter: the magic of editing - John director David Yates and editor Mark Day

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Daniel Radcliffe Harry Potter
Rupert Grint Ron Weasley
Emma Watson Hermione Granger
Michael Gambon Albus Dumbledore
Ralph Fiennes Lord Voldemort
Gary Oldman Sirius Black
David Thewlis Remus Lupin
Alan Rickman Severus Snape
Helena Bonham Carter Bellatrix Lestrange
Robbie Coltrane Rubeus Hagrid
Emma Thompson Sybil Trelawney
Jason Isaacs Lucius Malfoy
Harry Melling Dudley Dursley
Jason Boyd Piers
Richard Macklin Malcolm
Kathryn Hunter Mrs. Arabella Figg
Miles Jupp TV Weatherman
Fiona Shaw Petunia Dursley
Richard Griffiths Vernon Dursley
Jessica Stevenson Mafalda Hopkirk
Adrian Rawlins James Potter
Geraldine Somerville Lily Potter
Robert Pattinson Cedric Diggory
Nick Shrim Zacharias Smith
Natalia Tena Nymphadora Tonks
Brendan Gleeson Alastor "Mad-Eye" Moody
George Harris Kingsley Shacklebolt
Peter Cartwright Elphias Doge
Bridgette Millar Emmeline Vance
Mark Williams Arthur Weasley
Maggie Smith Minerva McGonagall
Julie Walters Mrs. Weasley
Timothy Bateson Kreacher
James Phelps Fred Weasley
Oliver Phelps George Weasley
Bonnie Wright Ginny Weasley
Jamie Wolpert Newspaper Vendor
Nicholas Blane Bob
Daisy Haggard Lift
Robert Hardy Cornelius Fudge
Chris Rankin Percy Weasley
Imelda Staunton Dolores Umbridge
Sian Thomas Amelia Bones
Tom Felton Draco Malfoy
Jamie Waylett Vincent Crabbe
Joshua Herdman Gregory Goyle
Katie Leung Cho Chang
Matthew Lewis Neville Longbottom
Evanna Lynch Luna Lovegood
Ryan Nelson Slightly Creepy Boy
David Bradley Argus Filch
Devon Murray Seamus Finnigan
William Melling Nigel 2nd Year
Apple Brook Professor Grubbly-Plank
Alfred Enoch Dean Thomas
Afshan Azad Padma Patil
Shefali Chowdhury Parvati Patil
Warwick Davis Filius Flitwick
Jim McManus Barman
Sam Beazley Everard
John Atterbury Phineas
Arben Bajraktaraj Azkaban Death Eater
Richard Leaf Dawlish
Tony Maudsley Grawp
Alec Hopkins Young Severus Snape
Robert Jarvis Young James Potter
James Walters Young Sirius Black
Charles Hughes Young Peter Pettigrew
James Utechin Young Remus Lupin
Jason Piper Centaur
Michael Wildman Centaur
Richard Cubison Death Eater
Peter Best Death Eater
Tav MacDougall Death Eater
Richard Trinder Death Eater
Alastair King Conductor

Technical Credits
David Yates Director
Lucy Allen Stunts
Rob Andrews Animator
Mark Archer Stunts
Lynda Armstrong Makeup
Stewart Ash Animator
Kelly Attfield Stunts
David Barron Producer
Mark Bartholomew Art Director
Martin Bayfield Stunts
Charlie Billson Stunts
Nic Birmingham Animator
Jane Bogunovic Costumes/Costume Designer
James Boyle Sound/Sound Designer
Sue Bradbear Costumes/Costume Designer
Scott Brady Stunts
Nicola Brodie Animator
Alastair Bullock Art Director
Jon Capleton Animator
Mauricio Carneiro Costumes/Costume Designer
Paul Charisse Animator
Georgios Cherouvim Animator
Nick Chopping Stunts
Evangelos Christopoulos Animator
Derek Clark Costumes/Costume Designer
Peter Cobbin Sound Mixer
Rosy Coppola Costumes/Costume Designer
George Cottle Stunts
Stuart Craig Production Designer
Craig Crane Animator
Nicholas Daines Stunts
Christophe Damiano Animator
David Holmes Stunts
Mark Day Editor
Rachel Dixon Costumes/Costume Designer
Nick Dudman Makeup Special Effects
Simon Emanuel Production Manager
Ricky English Stunts
Joe Eveleigh Animator
Bradley Farmer Stunts
Jane Flanagan Costumes/Costume Designer
Francoise Fourcade Costumes/Costume Designer
Sarah Franzl Stunts
Andy Fraser Animator
Michael Gaiser Animator
Christoph Gaudl Animator
Michelle Gisonda Costumes/Costume Designer
Miles Glyn Animator
Michael Goldenberg Screenwriter
Richard Gomes Animator
Elizabeth Gray Animator
James Grogan Stunts
Shelly Hazell Costumes/Costume Designer
Rhys Henson Stunts
David Heyman Producer
Jeremy Hiles Camera Operator
Belinda Hodson Makeup
Steve Hoogendyk Animator
Nicholas Hooper Score Composer
Lee Hornblower Stunts
Michael Hull Animator
Slawomir Idziak Cinematographer
Rob Inch Stunts
Industrial Light & Magic Animator
Rowley Irlam Stunts
Henryk Jedynak Camera Operator
Peng Ke Animator
Tolga Kenan Stunts
Andy Kennedy Sound/Sound Designer
Steve Kill Costumes/Costume Designer
Gregory King Animator
Claire Kitchener Costumes/Costume Designer
Anthony Knight Stunts
Amanda Knight Makeup
Alec Knox Animator
Mike Lambert Stunts
Cliff Lanning Asst. Director
Stafford Lawrence Animator
Maurice Lee Stunts
Simon Lewis Animator
Timothy T. Lewis Associate Producer
Cat Lovett Costumes/Costume Designer
Paul Lowe Stunts
David Lowry Animator
Susan MacKenzie Costumes/Costume Designer
Aysha Madina Animator
Marc Mailley Stunts
Tina Maskell Stunts
Sharon Mccormack Costumes/Costume Designer
Kim McGarrity Stunts
Nakita McGlynn Animator
David McLaughlin Costumes/Costume Designer
Martin McShane Costumes/Costume Designer
Karen Mitchell Costumes/Costume Designer
Stephen Murphy Animator
Daniel Naprous Stunts
Shirley Nevin Costumes/Costume Designer
Ryan Newberry Stunts
Mark Newport Animator
Sharon Nicholas Makeup
Nick Symons Animator
Tom O'Flaherty Animator
Yvonne Otzen Costumes/Costume Designer
Gary Page Costumes/Costume Designer
Luis Pages Animator
Clare Pakeman Animator
Christian Paradis Animator
Maurizio Parimbelli Animator
Tom Phillips Animator
George Plakides Animator
Angela Pledge Costumes/Costume Designer
Rudy Raijmakers Animator
Christina Rex Costumes/Costume Designer
John Richardson Special Effects Supervisor
Nick Roche-Gordon Costumes/Costume Designer
Florian Salanova Animator
Martin Schadler Art Director
Kim Seber Camera Operator
Gordon Seed Stunts
Tim Shanahan Costumes/Costume Designer
Bruno Simoes Animator
Frank Simon Costumes/Costume Designer
Andy Smart Stunts
Karen Smith Animator
Daniel Smollan Animator
Wojciech Staron Camera Operator
Matthew Stirling Stunts
David Stopford Animator
Roy Taylor Stunts
Jany Temime Costumes/Costume Designer
Gary Tomkins Art Director
John Trehy Co-producer
Jochien Vanschuppen Costumes/Costume Designer
Alexis Wajsbrot Animator
Emma Walker Costumes/Costume Designer
Alexandra Walker Art Director
Thomas Ward Animator
Fiona Weir Casting
Jason Wen Animator
Jo Whitney Stunts
Lionel Wigram Executive Producer
Clare Williams Animator
Stuart Wilson Sound/Sound Designer


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Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 178 reviews.
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The extra features were great!
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Loved the movie, but the book, of course, was a million times better. I think the movie should've portrayed Harry's feeling a LOT more and they didn't include a lot of the really important scenes that tied everything together. It was great nonetheless though. Proud PotterHead to the very end :D
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i could write a paragraph about what i thoguht about the movie but seeing as A Reviewer stated it so nicely in Most Diappointing i see no need to restate what they said the first four movies actually inclined me to read the books and i'm glad I did start reading the books before i saw this movie or i would have lost any spark or interest that i had it is near the begining of the reviews if you hadn't noticed
Guest More than 1 year ago
The movie ran along well until about 1:43 into the movie when the DVD began stopped and began skipping. Looking closely at the DVD I could see that the disk had been scratched, most likely in production since I'm very careful to open these. The parts that I was able to watch were good. Umbridge reminds me of some teachers in school crazy and mean. Now all I have to figure out is how to get the DVD replaced since the FAQs say opened DVDs cannot be returned. sigh.
Guest More than 1 year ago
How can Harry enter Snape's memory in the pensive and then follow his dad around to see things that were outside of Snape's perspective? and if he can due to the miracle of magic then shouldnt they have been able to do that to learn that whether or not Harry's uncle had commited the murders. J K just keeps making up magic rules to make it easy to tell her story rather then having a consistent concrete world, Because even a world of magic has rules too.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie is the yet so far in the series that has been filmed. Pretty thrilling too which is good and exciting.