Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
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The next installment in the Harry Potter series finds young wizard Harry Potter (DANIEL RADCLIFFE) and his friends Ron Weasley (RUPERT GRINT) and Hermione Granger (EMMA WATSON) facing new challenges during their second year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry as they try to uncover a dark force that is terrorizing the school.
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The Chamber of Secrets extras are a vast improvement from the first Harry Potter DVD in both substance and navigation. There are no tricks to uncovering all the materials, which include 19 extended or deleted scenes (none of which is a whopper). J.K. Rowling participates in a short interview along with screenwriter Steve Kloves. Other interviews are the standard fare, but highly edited; nearly all the extras focus on kids' interests and attention spans. There are a few areas of Harry's world one can navigate through, with Diagon Alley the highlight. A few simple games are fun, highlighted by the creepy Forbidden Forest game and a reappearance of those scary spiders. Games similar to those on the initial DVD can be found in the vast DVD-ROM section, although the touted navigation by voice commands wears thin fast. The disc feels like a trip to an amusement park more than an examination of the film--just what the kids probably want. --Doug Thomas
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As a fan of Harry Potter movies... well, I love ALL the movies, but this is among my favorites.
As an author of middle-grade (ages 9 - 12) fiction, this movie provides insights about how 12-year-olds look, talk, and think.
So, it's a movie I watch often, and there's always something new to notice, in it.
Dobby kind of annoyed me, but I got used to him.
What I really like is the maturity that emerged in this movie, as Harry and his friends moved beyond the normal ups and downs of childhood, and accepted the responsibilities that came with the gifts they'd been given, in life.
The twists and turns in this movie work well, and the characters -- even those outside Harry and his closely classmates -- move beyond stereotypes and give us something to think about, long after the movie is over.