I think that The Goblet Of Fire was better than this one because of the fight scenes with you-know-who. In this one there is only 1. Overall,I give Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix **** four stars. I cannot wait to see what Daniel Radcliffe and the rest of the cast can do within the last 2 movies. For you who haven't seen it yet, I would go see it because it is worth seeing it..
Somewhat entertaining, but no personality. More a recitation
of the highpoints of the book. Of course no movie ever lives
up to any book, but do and go and see it, if only to satisfy yourself!
Its the best movie in the world.
Overrated, no where near the top 10 list of the summer
It was great. I loved the battle scenes. They couldn't put everything from the book in but it was nicely done.
Great movie. The movie was a lot more darker, and I felt more for an older adult viewing crowd. They did a great job of summarizing the book, even though some things were cut out. Yates also added some stuff at the end which I thought looked great! Good Job!
It is a difficult task condensing a six hundred plus page novel into a film and it is expected that many bits are left out especially since the deviations from Goblet of Fire set the stage for the current omissions. I do wonder however if the producers did more than scan the cover of the Order of the Phoenix. The movie lacks the passion and plots of the novel version and does not justify changes in some of the plots for the weaker movie version.
If you are a movie-only fan of Harry Potter you will enjoy the movie but those who love the books will find it departs considerably from the text. It is particularly annoying how they treat the Cho Chang character and Rita Skeeter is absent. It wa
It was a great movie! very intersting. Its shows that friendship can beat anything!