Emma Watson, Rupert Grint, Daniel Radcliffe, Alan Rickman, Gary Oldman, Maggie Smith, Robbie Coltrane, Brendan Gleeson,
Miranda Richardson, Shirley Henderson, Ralph Fiennes and Kathryn Hunter
Format Used: My Own DVD
Contains: Graphic Violence
Voldermort has returned, but nobody believes Harry. He thinks he making it up or has gone crazy. Thanks to a politician
in the ministry of magic. They remove Dumbledore from head of Hogworts and assigns a woman a woman named Figg. Who stops
teaching magic. So Harry takes it upon himself to start teaching defensive magic in order to prepare the students to what
he knows is coming.
Now, even though this is another great installment of the Harry Potter series I have to mention I did not like the Figg woman
and hope we don't see her again anytime soon. I think she was a fool to ignore the truth and it could cost the world dearly.
I agree with Zedd, the things that woman did was illegal even in the magical world. But it's not all bad, it still has all
the characters we like and I welcome this edition. 9 STARS.
ON THE POSITIVE SIDE (+ HITS):
+ EFFECTS (As always the effects are perfect.)
+ STORY (Dark but works.)
+ CHARACTERS (Most of the characters were likable.)
ON THE NEGATIVE SIDE (- MISSES):
- FIGG (That Figg woman was as unpleasant as a fig.)
- ILLEGAL (Not sure all that Figg did was legal.)