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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

User rating: 4.44 475 Reviews | Write a Review

In Theaters: June 4, 2004

PG | Fantasy, Family, Sci-Fi | 2h 22m

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User rating: February 3, 2011

another awesome potter film!

User rating: November 25, 2008

This movie introduces the character of Sirius Black and the actor, Gary Oldman. This proves to be a pivotal transition in Harry Potter's life; finding some person who finally shows him love as a father/brother figure. It's very powerfull. Getting to this end, though, Harry meets a new professor who teaches him a most powerful spell; one which gives Dumbledore new clues as to Harry's growth as a very powerful wizard. Amazing special effects!! Still, the film didn't reflect the book in several ways, which was disappointing.

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User rating: February 6, 2008

i think harry potter is a good actor

User rating: July 4, 2007

Don't bother, this one's even worse than the last one.

User rating: June 30, 2007

These movies are terrible! Put the series to bed already!

User rating: June 3, 2007

It was scarier than the First 3.

User rating: March 10, 2007

I found it more entertaining than the fourth one.

User rating: December 19, 2006

This movie was great and preatty entertaining but I think that the filmmakers could have worked on making it a bit closer to the book. I liked it though.

User rating: October 12, 2006

This film has got a much darker feel. Part of that is a new director and Harry`s world is really turning upside down. It might have some scary elements for younger kids. So some that saw the first two might find this one too scary. But older fans of the series will be waiting to see how the book translates into film.