🔴 Watch Hd 1080p David Bradley And Daniel Radcliffe In Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets (2002) Full Movie
Date: 2020-05-08 09:44:20
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A year after the first film chapter of the wizard's saga with the most famous scar in the world, Chris Columbus made an encore with Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, 2002). As for the cast, the only difference of note from the previous film concerns the introduction of the new professor of Defense Against the Dark Arts, Gilderoy Lockhart played by a delightfully over the top Kenneth Branagh, and Draco Malfoy's father, Lucius, played equally well by Jason Isaacs. For the rest, the various Radcliffe, Grint and Watson were confirmed, as well as the group of veterans Richard Harris, Maggie Smith, Alan Rickman and all the others. On the other hand, the winning team does not change, right?
And in fact in this second film we find all the positive elements of the first, as well as his (few, as far as I am concerned) negative elements. Again the atmosphere is excellent, fairytale, well built and well maintained throughout the film. Again the soundtrack, the actors, the special effects, the sets, the costumes ... are all impeccable! The tone of the story is darker and is noticeable in the photograph considerably less bright and in the choice of setting many of the scenes at night. Again, places and buildings across the UK were sought to recreate an imposing and unique Hogwarts, and ... mission accomplished once again! Only towards the end of the saga will we choose to use the Warner Bros. Studios in Watford, near London more consistently and consistently (needless to say, I have visited them and it is a magnificent experience !!!).
What happens to our young Harry this time? The second year as a magician's apprentice is characterized by a series of accidents that demonstrate how dangerous it is to study at Hogwarts. Apparently the Chamber of Secrets has been opened and anyone who is an enemy of Slytherin's phantom heir must be alert! And since Lockhart, theoretically expert in the defense against the dark arts, seems a complete inept, as always it's up to Harry and his friends to remove the chestnuts from the fire. This will lead them to discover fifty years old things that still have serious consequences for Hogwarts and for the whole magic world: why didn't Hagrid finish his studies? And who is the mysterious Tom Marvolo Riddle? And this famous heir? But above all, where is the chamber of secrets and what is it hiding?
In all this we will get to know a house elf, Dobby (in the voice of Toby Jones), with the giant spider Aragog (in the voice of Julian Glover), and the unfortunate Moaning Myrtle (Shirley Henderson). Once again Columbus has a lot of material in his hands and this time too it will be the daily routine of the lessons, the worries about the exams, the quidditch, and the competition between the four houses. My opinion on this film does not differ much from what I have of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone: a good transposition on the big screen of a wonderful book (reviewed here on Mariquitty), nothing more. He does a good job of extrapolating a captivating story from Rowling's story, sacrifices a little of the setting to go to the essentials, and manages to make understandable a certainly more complex ending than that of the previous film.
I remember that the criticisms against this film focused a lot on the ending that was not fully understood, but in my opinion few things can be reproached in Columbus. The ending can only be fully understood after reading the seventh book (or having seen the last two films)! Rowling had not yet written that book when this film came out, even if she had the main points in mind, and in hindsight (that is, after finishing the saga) in my opinion you simply have to wonder at a story that shows a great consistency from start to finish. What else?
Here, yes, I have something else to say but I go into spoiler territory, so if you haven't seen the film, maybe skip this paragraph. Splendid detail of Lucius Malfoy who in Diagon Alley takes a book from Ginny Weasley's (Bonnie Wright) bag and loses two! This can be seen for less than a second but it shows how serious and how much attention has been paid to the little things used in making the film! In the same way, the splendid interpretation of poor Richard Harris (poor as he died a few weeks before the release of the film), who in the final dialogue between Dumbledore and Lucius Malfoy manages to make it clear between the lines how the principal knows perfectly well who did get to Ginny the diary of Tom Riddle. Instead, I didn't like Malfoy trying to kill Harry with an Avada Kedavra after Dobby's release, which is decidedly exaggerated and too far from the book!
But they are details. In my opinion Columbus gave us two solid chapters of the saga with these two films which he directed with a safe and professional hand. Of course, to make the leap in quality, maybe an even better director would have been needed, perhaps coming from a different type of cinema ... who knows, with the third chapter, this different director won't arrive, right? Wink, wink! We will find out soon! Hi!
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