Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban incloses the case of Sirius Black, brilliantly romped here by Gary Oldman. At the start, he has just escaped from Azkaban, a maximum-security virtuoso prison, and is believed to be on his way to flak Harry Potter at Hogwarts. The third film has a new director, Alfonso Cuarón, pickings the berth of Chris Columbus. Harry, Hermione, and Ron now dress more like ordinary students entring into their teens, instead of bulky magical robes. Ron”s father tells Harry astirabout Sirius Black, instead of Harry overhearing it. The showdown in the shrieking shack goes from almost trine full guild to a few gip minutes. Several new details are syndrome to what Harry and Hermione do at the end. There are also many digital special effects, computer-generated eccentric (including the dementors, Buckbeak, and the Whomping Willow), and fancy camera work. In particular, there”s a mindblowing shot involving a mirror at the first of Lupin”s kickoff lesson that needs to be seen to be disbelieved.


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