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(608642) 7.6 152 min 2001

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone is a movie starring Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, and Richard Harris. An orphaned boy enrolls in a school of wizardry, where he learns the truth about himself, his family and the terrible evil...

Rupert Grint, Richard Harris, Daniel Radcliffe, Maggie Smith
Family, Fantasy, Adventure
Chris Columbus

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Family, Fantasy, Adventure
Director Chris Columbus
Writer J.K. Rowling, Steve Kloves
Stars Rupert Grint, Richard Harris, Daniel Radcliffe, Maggie Smith
Country UK, USA
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Runtime 2H 32M
Description Harry Potter is an average bespectacled eleven-year-old boy who has lived with the Dursley family ever since his parents died in a car crash. For some reason, the family has always mistreated him. On his eleventh birthday, a giant man named Rubeus Hagrid (Robbie Coltrane) hands him a letter telling him that he has been accepted as a student at the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Harry learns that his parents were wizards and were killed by the evil wizard Voldemort (Richard Bremmer), a truth that was hidden from him all these years. He embarks for his new life as a student, gathering two good friends Ron Weasley (Rupert Grint) and Hermione Granger (Emma Watson) along the way. They soon learn that something very valuable is hidden somewhere inside the school and Voldemort is very anxious to lay his hands on it.

Top reviews

Wednesday, 13 Jan 2021 10:03

Since the Potter books were released in the mid 1990s, I had a thing for the books. Well, I am an adult and that meant I read the books every day. I loved the books when I was a kid and then I saw the movies when they came out. It was a total waste of time. I am a huge fan of the books. That said, it was interesting to see the film version of the Potter books. It was like watching the book in a series. We all loved the books and it was great to see the same thing. But, since the film came out and I could see what the movie had been missing, I wondered how well it was going to follow the book. I watched the movie with no expectations, so I was very open minded and felt I knew what the film would have been like. It was a great film. However, there were some things I could not accept. The Quidditch game was different from the book. The black hole game was different. And the destruction of the school was different. It was not completely inaccurate, but I found the idea of the black hole and the destruction of the school slightly more interesting. I also had to ask myself: How did Hermione know that the Chamber of Secrets was under construction? Wasn't there a wizard anywhere who could have told her? If she is the third in line to Hogwarts, why isn't she the head of security? All in all, it was a great film. We should all be happy that it is out there. For those who read the books, there was also a reason to enjoy the film, so don't hold it against them. It is not a movie for those who do not read the books or have no knowledge of the Potter books. In other words, it is not a typical book film. However, I do not recommend watching this film unless you have no other films. There was something I did not understand and that was the fighting between Dumbledore and Voldemort. It was odd and did not seem realistic. It was okay in the book, but I thought it was strange. All in all, it was a good film and I will probably watch it again. I give it a 7 out of 10.
Thursday, 15 Oct 2020 02:55

After reading some of the negative reviews posted for this film I came out the theatre confused. I was expecting another over done, over hyped, completely ridiculous adaptation of a successful book. But, I was wrong. This film wasn't what I was expecting, it was more like a coherent, classic adventure film, complete with charm, style, comedy, and lots of wonderment and surprises. I was also not expecting some kind of groundbreaking special effects, for example, the circus scene at the end. It was more of a great surprise to me. I was a little lost when it ended. I think I might have liked the movie better had I not seen the preview of it, and had I not seen the trailers for The Fellowship of the Ring and Lord of the Rings in advance of this film. However, I think the majority of the negative reviews are a result of people getting really bored and actually hating the movie because they are either very young or they just aren't fans of the books. I think many people would not have liked it if they had known what they were getting into before viewing it. I believe the director's cut of this film will probably be a little better than the director's cut of the other two films because it will be more coherent, better composed and more coherent in its structure. The director's cut was excellent, like I said, it had a clear direction, there were more surprises in the story, and some good surprises. The rest of the film was okay, nothing spectacular. Some of the special effects were very nice, but they were out of place. It was a shame, because the main effect was a very nice little dragon. To me it looked like a mix between a stuffed animal and an animal, it looked too big and at the same time, too little, which was strange. The costumes were really nice, the acting was okay, the story and character development were not bad, and I liked the ending. My rating for this film would be a little lower because of the special effects and for the director's cut, I think it would have been an 8 or 9 or a 7 or 8. The special effects definitely help with the overall quality of this film. If the special effects were as good as the other two films, it could have been an 8.5 or higher, and I think that's what I paid for.
Monday, 14 Sep 2020 18:25

As one of the greatest books ever written, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone is a textbook example of what children should see. It has its faults, but in its own right, it's a great picture of the classic. The themes and characters are very interesting. You could take any one of the characters and make it work. James Marsters's Harry, for example, fits perfectly into the role of the underdog who's been in the books since first, or fourth, the book. You can see the evolution of the character as the film goes on. The role of Hermione, a character who was just there, didn't have to stretch for lines. While I'd like to say that Lupin is a monster, I don't think he is. He is actually a rather sweet character with a love for stories. I'd even go as far as to say that he is one of the most endearing of the characters in the entire book. And of course, he fits perfectly into the movie. However, I don't think the screenwriter did a very good job. For a book that is a trilogy, the screenwriter used each of the characters much differently. There are some that are more defined, others who are just there for the sake of their roles, and others who are just there for the sake of the story. I don't think that it worked, and I think the third and fourth books were much more interesting. I think they'd be more believable if they had a movie to work on. I do recommend that any young reader watch the movie, but make sure you're mature enough to fully appreciate the books first before you watch the movie. I know I didn't.
Sunday, 13 Sep 2020 08:08

I can't believe how much I love this movie! I love how it's special effects and of course I love the story and the characters but this movie is just too wonderful to simply love it. Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone is a beautifully written movie with stunning special effects, great characters, and a great ending. I love the fact that the movie was so dark yet the ending was a bit light. I don't want to spoil it but I will say that if you're reading this after reading the book I'd recommend seeing it again before you start reading this review. I was curious about the story but never read the book. I was curious to see it because of the amazing special effects, and because of the fact that the movie was SO so very different to the book. I'm giving this movie an A+ because I can't imagine anything being as amazing as this. When I read the book I had trouble sleeping for days. I was sad for the characters because I felt sorry for all the things that happen. I was confused and frustrated for Professor Snape because I was so hurt for him. I was worried about Harry for the first half of the movie. I couldn't see what was happening in the movie. I kept telling myself "nothing's happening" but that just wasn't the case. As soon as the movie started I was totally hooked! I fell in love with the characters! The world Harry Potter lives in is filled with emotions, worries, and a full of mystery. I never could picture the wizarding world that was Harry Potter living in. From the moment that movie started I could feel that this movie was something special. In a time where the world of Harry Potter is like the boring and bland and boring world that was Harry Potter there are movies like Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets that show me a beautiful and intense world. There are movies like Harry Potter that really get my heart beating and everyone loves these movies. I truly wish that the books were as good as the movie was because I have to admit that they were a very good movie in their own right! I definitely recommend this movie to everyone. It's not only for kids and for adults! I honestly think that there are kids that can sit there and watch it and maybe even be hooked on the story!

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