PG | | Adventure, Family, Fantasy
Harry ignores warnings not to return to Hogwarts, only to find the school plagued by a series of mysterious attacks and a strange voice haunting him.
20 June 2003 | Neil Doyle
Darker fantasy than the first Potter film...brisk despite its length...
Prepare yourself for a darker fantasy this time with some harrowing and scary special effects. Apparently J.K. Rowling...
The various bookcases and cabinets in Dumbledore's office actually concealed removable walls (known in the film industry as "wild walls") that allowed the cameras to have enough room to be able to shoot from various angles, as the set, despite its ... ...
I can't let you out, Hedwig! I'm not allowed to use magic outside of school. Besides, if Uncle Vernon...
Uncle Vernon: Harry Potter!
Harry: Now you've done it.
(at around 11 mins) The magic clock in the Weasley home shows a "Dentist" label. The series' running gag is that the Wizarding world has no idea what dentists are and what they do. However, this label was added by Arthur Weasley, a Muggle Studies anthropologist who could easily have learned about dentists through his studies.
At the end of the credits we see what happened to the amnesia-suffering Professor Gilderoy Lockhart. He has written a book titled "Who Am I?". His moving image on the book's cover wears a straitjacket, and hums the movie's theme tune.
£18,871,829 (UK) (15 November 2002)
$261,970,615 (USA) (11 April 2003)
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