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Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

Updated on March 28, 2011

Harry Potter Returns

Harry is back for another hit sequel. This newest film is based off the children's novel of the same name, in which Harry discovers that someone else is trying to kill him again! And like the last one, this killer has some kind of relationship with Harry's father, and it also has something to do with this hidden room at Hogwartz. At this point, I think most people wouldn't keep going back to an area where someone is always trying to kill them, but it wouldn't be much of a film if Harry ever did realize that. From watching this film, it felt like I was watching the first one again. Once again there's a villain trying to kill Harry and it involves a magical object, in this case it's a room; as opposed to a Sorcerer's stone like the last one. Like the last one, it also has a surprise ending on whom the villain is and lets not forget the promo that was thrown for a meaningless sport that doesn't exist, Quidditch. Yes, Quidditch, in the first two Harry Potter films, seems to play the equivalent to Star Wars meaningless game of Pod racing. However, that's not to say this film doesn't have its' moments. The special effects were good. I especially liked the spider scene. It scared the living crap out of me as well as the anaconda. I even liked the dumbass teacher whom can't do anything but take credit for someone else's work; he was funny. Despite the fact you get more of the same in the sequel, "Harry Potter And the Chamber of Secrets" is a fairly decent family film.


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    • Stevennix2001 profile imageAUTHOR

      Steven Escareno 

      7 years ago

      thanks etower. I appreciate the compliments. Unfortunately, this isn't one of my best hubs, as I think I wrote this way before I started writing for hubpages. However, I'm glad you liked it anyways. To be honest, I haven't read any of the books in the Harry Potter series, but I do plan to though eventually; as i have word on good authority that's it's a very good book series.

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      7 years ago from Helana

      great hub, and keep writing...

      I don't know if you had a chance to read the rest of the series, but the 2nd movie of course is not as good as the book.

      Keep writing.


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