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Harry Potter and the Prisoner from Azkaban (2004)

(Last Updated On: December 2, 2018)


Title: Harry Potter and the Prisoner from Azkaban

Year: 2004

Genre: Adventure| Drama | Fantasy |

Runtime: 141 min

Director: Alfonso Cuarón

Starring: Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint

The Departed (2006) on IMDb 7,9/10

It’s Harry’s third year at Hogwarts; not only does he have a new “Defense Against the Dark Arts” teacher, but there is also trouble brewing. Convicted murderer Sirius Black has escaped the Wizards’ Prison and is coming after Harry.


The second director takes on the young orphan magician, who returns to Hogwarts For year three. It will be darker theme this time. When a mass murderer named Sirius Black holds from Azkaban, he and he is looking for Harry Potter. Harry Blows up his aunt who flies high in the sky, he jumps on the night bus and responds Dementors On the train to Hogwarts. On the train he also learns to know Professor Lupin, who helps him to lessons in defense against black Arts.

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Alfonso also offers a darker world with Harry Potter and his friends. Skådisarna are older, and more mature and, however, more faithful to the characters. It’s been two years since the last film and it’s a big step from Chris Columbus who resembled children’s visions compared to this one. Hogwarts Has never been exposed as it is in this movie and it is at one that the director wants to prove with this film.

At first glance and young age it can be a little hassle to keep up with the third and final part of the film, I know. But I saw it again and again and again and it’s just as good and just as bad every time. This is not the most powerful card of the Harry Potter- Series, but it does have some key moments that is important for its sequels.  Much worth seeing film for us fans, but unfortunately does not have as high class as the other films. Dark tones exist but the depth that you want to have with does not seem to exist in Alfonso’s vision of the british magician.

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Marcus J. Ström
Marcus J. Ström
Marcus Ström | Journalist/writer and Chief Editor.

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