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Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (Widescreen Edition)
par Chris Columbus (Director), Steve Kloves (Screenwriter)
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Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
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Disc 1: Theatrical Version
Disc 2: Extended Version with 13 minutes of footage not shown in theatres
Disc 3: Special Features
Photo Gallery: Certificates- Have a look at Gilderoy Lockhart’s many achievements; Required Reading- Find out what text books you’ll need for Lockhart’s Defense Against the Dark Arts class.
A Conversation with J.K. Rowling and Steve Kloves- The author and screenwriter detail how the books are brought to life, and the changes that happen in the process.
Build a Scene- Building a scene as magnificent as Professor Dumbledore’s office takes more than wood, plaster, nails and paint. It takes imagination.
Tour Dumbledore’s Office- Welcome to the self-guided tour of Professor Dumbledore’s office, one of the most fascinating rooms at Hogwarts.
Interviews with Students, professors and more.
Gallery of production sketches
Spellcaster Knowledge Challenge (game)
EA Game Preview
Screen tests of Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, and Emma Watson
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets Revealed – 2002 HBO First Look special
Trailers and TV spots
Creating the World of Harry Potter, Part 2: Characters – Explore how the cast and creative team of directors and designers take the character’s descriptions on the page to the actor’s performances on film.
Collectibles: 48-page photo book with never-before-seen images from Years 1-7 and 2 Ultimate Edition Character cards, Rubeus Hagrid and Severus Snape.
Creating the World of Harry Potter – Part 2: Characters
“We really do look at the story and characters first,” producer David Heyman says. “That’s the heart and that’s the soul of the film.” And that’s the heart and soul of this incisive, decade-spanning exploration of how the series’s actors bring the beloved Harry Potter characters to life. Discover which parts of the J.K. Rowling books helped Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Emma Watson, and more stars make their roles leap from page to screen.
See screen tests of actors including Evanna Lynch (Luna Lovegood) and Jessie Cave (Lavender Brown) working with the established stars. Learn why so many of Britain’s acting greats wanted to be part of Harry Potter’s world… and which ones became mentors to the young stars. Share each director’s vision as you watch Daniel, Rupert, and Emma grow up with Harry, Ron, and Hermione.
It's hard to be fully objective about a film series which is so well-known and which has been so surrounded by hype. But, trying to look at it fairly with the benefit of hindsight, it was hard to find anything wrong with this film. There's an excellent cast who play their parts well, great direction, and some light humour to temper the drama.
We even remembered to watch the few seconds of 'extra' at the end of the credits, and liked being able to 'fast forward' through them, which of course was not possible at the cinema.
Definitely recommended, other than to small children who might find it over-scary.
Each year these books/dvd's get darker. In this one there is an attempt to kill Ginny Weasley. It's very difficult to set an age for watching these because they are scary. I read and watched them as adult which is a different thing. I have a crust young ones don't have. And yet the stories are so good it is very tempting to just let them have at it. However, I did not advise this for Kate's kids, nor do I for Serenity and Finn. I would say 11 at the earliest.
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Finds young wizard Harry and his friends Ron and Hermoine 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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Where the first film shined in its wonder and brilliance, the second installment in the series flashes with its deeper forays into the darker world of Harry Potter. The stakes are ratcheted up fairly quickly, and we once again are thrown into the grand cast of characters that populate this franchise, including new additions such as Dobby the house-elf and Ron's younger sister Ginny in her first year. The acting, effects, story, and music build off of the predecessor wonderfully and only leave me all the more excited for the future films of the franchise.
Content Concerns: The Chamber of Secrets is certainly a tad darker than the previous film, with allusions to and scenes of death being a bit more prevalent and "real." There are some glimpses of blood in battle, and there are also quite a few grisly creatures (those with arachnophobia, be warned!). There are also three uses of the term "bloody h-ll" by Ron.
(March 9, 2023) ( )