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Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (Ultimate Edition) [Import]

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Product Details

  • Actors: Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Emma Watson, Richard Harris, Maggie Smith
  • Directors: Chris Columbus
  • Writers: J.K. Rowling, Steve Kloves
  • Producers: Chris Columbus, David Barron, David Heyman, Mark Radcliffe, Michael Barnathan
  • Format: Box set, Color, DVD-Video, Widescreen, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • MPAA Rating: PG
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • Release Date: Dec 8 2009
  • Run Time: 161 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (428 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002GJT4Y6

Product Description

L'heure de la rentrée en deuxième année a sonné pour le plus prometteur des élèves du collège de sorcellerie de Poudlard. Malgré les terrifiantes mises en garde de Dolby, un mystérieux elfe pouilleux, adepte de la flagellation et de l'autopunition, Harry Potter semble déterminé à rejoindre ses petits camarades, parmi lesquels les fidèles Ron et Hermione. Mais, conformément aux prédictions de l'elfe, la sérénité du collègue est rapidement troublée par une force mystérieuse qui pétrifie ses victimes et sème le chaos. La terrible chambre des secrets vient d'être ouverte et le sort du collège du Poudlard ne dépend bientôt plus que de la ténacité et du courage du jeune apprenti sorcier, qui tente de mener l'enquête malgré les pièges que lui tend Dolby et les soupçons qui pèsent sur sa possible culpabilité. Fort du succès du premier opus, Chris Columbus reprend les commandes pour cette nouvelle adaptation des aventures du héros de J. K. Rowlings, s'autorisant cette fois plus de libertés sans pour autant décevoir les fervents partisans de l'œuvre écrite originale. Nettement plus rythmé, plus angoissant et plus sombre que le premier volet auquel il n'a définitivement rien à envier, Harry Potter et la Chambre des secrets est également plus spectaculaire – comme le prouve l'impressionnant match de Quidditch – et plus drôle – à l'image du trublion incarné par Kenneth Branagh, sorcier véreux plein de suffisance, maladivement lâche et peureux. Que les enfants et les adultes (ils sont nombreux à se passionner pour l'apprenti sorcier) se rassurent, la magie et l'émerveillement sont au rendez-vous. --Frédéric Thorens

Special Features

- 19 Additional Extended Scenes - Conversation with Author J.K. Rowling and Screenwriter Steve Kloves - Building a Scene: Moviemaking Magic - Visit Lockhart's Classroom to View His Certificates and Required Reading - Interviews with Students, Professors and more - Year One at Hogwarts: First Film Recap - Theatrical Trailer

Customer Reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars

Most helpful customer reviews

Format: DVD
"Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets" pulls off something that only "The Empire Strikes Back" has done. It's better than the first film! Not only is the story more interesting(though the first was tops as well), it's packed with even more wonder and imagination than the first as well. The castmembers of the first flick return, as well as Kenneth Branagh in a superb performance as Lockhart, the bumbling, vain writer of "Magical Me."
I'm sure the naysayers had a wonderful time bashing this sequel for its evil undertones. Students get "petrified" and the basilisk takes shots at Harry, but all in all, Harry prevails. He makes the right choices, does the good deeds and fights a good fight. How dare he promote such horrible values!
Please folks, I used up a lot of space harping on how kids need to have fun in my review of the first film. The same applies to this movie as well. Don't worry about your kid becoming a warlock or praying to Satan, just let them have a little fun. If you raise them right, you won't have to worry about any of that anyway.
The "Potter" books encourage kids to read and use their imagination. That's a good thing in my book. The movies encourage kids to use their imaginations as well.
You've just got to love something that promotes so many good things. We need more heroes like Harry. He's a good character to let your kids read about and watch on the big screen. He's caring to others, takes his studies reasonably serious(you might want to promote Hermione's study habits to your kids, though) and he always tries to do the right thing.
Overall this movie is fun and enjoyable for the whole family. Some of the scenes might scare the little ones, but this movie is worth explaining those scenes in order to get the message across.
Watch this one and have a ton of fun. It's great for everybody. Highly recommended.
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Although I think that the third installment is atleast twice as good as this one,if not more,and about four times as good as the original,I'd still have to say that when it all boils down to it,that they're all very,very amazing movie's,and they all deserve a five star rating if not more.So be smart,and just decide for yourself.I wouldn't be mad if someone thought the second one is better than the third.As long as they don't do something stupid,and give part three one star or something.Because I do like,and think that this one has a much deeper storyline than the first,and intern show's Harry in a more heroic light,and not to mention that the end of the film was very,very moving.I remember after I got done watching it,I thought that there is no possible way that J.K Rowling,and her amazing crew could ever top this movie.Than I saw the third installment,and was litterally blown away.I mean those kid's are better actor's than an awful lot of adult's that I've seen.Plus I was worried what with the new director it wasn't going to be as good.But to me it was a much more lush,and beautiful film altogether.With an amazing storyline!Where everything that happen's in the story for no reason at all comes back at the end of the film to have a very important purpose.I mean it must be EXTREMELY hard to write something that has that many twists,and at the very same time has a huge amount of depth,and imagination.I think that people should definately buy all the film's.Especially part three.But it would be a huge loss to cut out any from the series!So buy this one the Chamber of secret's,and you won't be disappointed!!!!
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By A Customer on June 23 2004
Format: DVD
Another year at Hogwarts, another round of trials, mis-steps, and tribulations for Harry at the hands of his various tormenters. This movie builds on the first to provide more insight into the school, its inhabitants, and the world of magic -- and dark intrigue -- that follows Harry into his unexpected world. But at the edges of what is still a fairly fluffy* movie, a real darkness is beginning to appear, a portent of the impending evil that destined to entangle Harry and his companions sooner than later.
The movie does take liberties with the book, but unless one is willing to sit through a 5-hour marathon, the trimming was required; the core and intent remain intact.
The Potter movies have become a replacement for the "continued next week" serial installments popular with kids in local theaters (not so) long ago.
Certainly there is same anticipation, even if you've read the books: will the hero win this round? How can we wait for the next installment?!
(*Cognoscenti may say "Fluffy" was not the best choice of descriptions.)
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J.K. Rowling has created an unprecedented worldwide phenomenon with her Harry Potter series; books that were written mainly for kids are loved by people of all ages. The only logical continuation was for the movie industry to follow suit and come out with the movies. At first, I was afraid that the films would not be even close to the quality shown in the novels, but the director Chris Columbus and the screenplay writer Steve Kloves have done an amazing job with the adaptation of the books so far. The movie shows a high degree of fidelity to the book and I am sure fans everywhere are extremely pleased with the output.
School's out and Harry is having a hard time making it through the summer since he has not received any messages from his friends, Ron and Hermoine. One day, when Uncle Vernon is getting ready for an important visit, Harry receives an unexpected visitor himself. A house elf called Dobby shows up and warns him about the dangers waiting for him at Hogwarts, and urges him to stay away from Harry's beloved school. Dobby has been trying to prevent Harry from returning to Hogwarts and continues to do so through several passages in the film.
After there are some problems with Uncle Vernon's important visitors, Harry ends up locked in his room and has to be rescued by his friend Ron and his twin brothers Fred and George, who pick him up in a very special transport. From then on, Harry embarks in his journey to Hogwarts, where he will have to face a myriad of dangers, will meet a new professor that has an ego problem, will reunite with his fellow students (friends and foes), and of course will participate in Quidditch, his favorite game.
The main danger Harry has to face is the opening of what is called the Chamber of Secrets.
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