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Harry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix

The adventures of Harry Potter continue while his fifth year in Hogwarts School. He finds his dreams haunted by the silent door at the end of the corridor, as the result he began walking at nights screaming in horror. He explains his new habit with the three different reasons: the pressure that might come from the Ordinary Wizarding Level exams expectation, or the stress he received from Gryffindor Quidditch team, or the necessity to defend himself from the Dark Arts teacher of bitter sweet personality. As the threat of He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named grows, all his reasons tarnish in front of his appearance, as the authorities of Hogwarts or even no one at the magical government may stop him. He will have to lay the responsibility for his destiny upon the shoulders of his friends, that will let him test the depth of their friendship, its intensity and their loyalty.
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People Magazine
November 26, 2013 The older these kids get, the darker and more engrossing the Harry Potter movies become.
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Time Out Chicago
December 07, 2012 Yates leaps into big-budget cinema like a kid in a candy store, packing in nearly every compelling image from the 870-page source material.
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Time Out
November 17, 2011 Performances are more mature, the soundtrack (by Nicholas Hooper) less grandiose, and Yates executes some thrilling set-pieces.
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February 28, 2017 Author J.K. Rowling clearly knew a totalitarian regime when she saw one, and never hesitated to call out the toadies and enablers along with her big baddie.
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Metro Times (Detroit, MI)
November 26, 2013 It's clear that Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix has left the dewy-eyed awe of childhood magic and entered the brooding angst of adolescent powerlessness.
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New York Post
August 05, 2007 Brought me straight back to one of the most enduring of childhood feelings: boredom.
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New Yorker
November 26, 2013 By focussing the story on Harry (a leaner and slightly meaner Daniel Radcliffe) and his exploits, Yates dispenses with many of the novel's subplots and is able to push the story forward, ominously foreshadowing the dark times to come.
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Time Out
July 19, 2007 Installment five boosts his [Harry's] rebellion to enjoyable levels of British pique.
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Tribune News Service
January 13, 2013 An emotional and involving installment in this hit or miss series
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Japan Times
June 15, 2016 This film does so many things right, it's hard to say what to single out for praise.
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