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Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002) Movie Reviews

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08/07/2013 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

Better Than The Original

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets is a worthy sequel. Like any good sequel, it takes what made the original entertaining, but doesn't rely purely on those things, and instead adds some new ideas to the mix. The result is a fun, fantasy film, that's even better than the original (though not by too much).

Once again living with with his cranky foster parents, Harry is met by a strange creature named Dobby that warns him not to go back to Hogwarts. Not listening to Dobby, Harry leaves his house with help from Ron Weasley (and two of his brothers), and they all go back to Hogwarts. Though things start going wrong, just as Dobby had warned, and by through a terrible tragedy, it is revealed that the feared Chamber of Secrets have been opened.

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12/31/2011 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

"Harry Potter & The Chamber Of Secrets" by Yojimbo

Harry Potter returns to clear the name of his friend Hagrid and solve the mystery of the Chamber Of Secrets contained somewhere within the school. Fair play to J. K. Rowling for becoming a multi multi multi (multi) millionaire by pillaging every fantasy inspired story ever told, but quite why anyone over the age of twelve should be interested in this bag of blindingly obvious genre cliches I have no idea. In its favour, it's a big improvement over the first film but it's still just Tolkien does The Famous Five to a Scooby Doo plot. The effects are very good and the performances by a host of old school British thesps on auto-pilot are as reliable as you'd expect, but Radcliffe/Potter is still an annoyingly smug little brat and Rupert Grint does nothing but sniffle and yelp like a yappy lit...

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10/23/2011 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets review

Harry Potter (Daniel Radcliffe),Ron Weasley (Rupert Grint), and Hermione Granger (Emma Watson) the mystery of muggle-born students who were being attacked. Tom, the Slytherin's Heir and is Lord Voldemort in his teenage form was responsible for the malevolent actions. I personally was not too impressed with the effects and the acting was just childish. Still, the story was okay and had a few funny scenes. It even lacks the parts for Hermioneís character and the acting for Dumbledore was not impressive, itís as if he needs to clear saliva from his throat when speaking. The action was present and had developed a few characters and symbols used all throughout the series. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets is a fun adventure for kids but could be a bore to most mature audiences.

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