The ministry of magic doesn't believe everything Harry says and will do anything to keep everyone calm. She just couldn't portray any of her emotions convincingly, and just settled for saying the lines that were written for her. The best of the five by far. When I first walked into the movie, my expectations were not very high. Harry Potter and Dumbledore know this thing, and they are warning to the wizarding authority, but no one believes on them and even this thing effect on both of their image and mage weak in front of Hogwarts authority.
As a Hollywood film, it deserves praise, bringing this amazing world to the big screen, telling a compelling tale, and keeping the viewers glued to their seats for the duration of the movie. This is the 5th part of Harry Potter Series. Want to behold the glory that is '' in the comfort of your own home? Harry also can't help stealing glances with the beautiful Cho Chang. Temperatures up in the mid 30's Celsius, that's the mid 90's Fahrenheit, tomorrow maybe even hitting 100. And it's going to get even worse. While at the Order's headquarters, Harry's godfather, Sirius Black, mentions that Voldemort is after an object which he did not have last time.
And most importantly, where was the prophecy?! It just didn't seem jarring enough. Harry, Ron and rush to fireplace to alert the Order via the Network, since hers is the only fireplace not being monitored, but stops them before they can do so. Few of the students and parents believe him or Dumbledore that Voldemort is really back. Because as great as a job that Yates did with the movie the woman he got the story from, Ms. The Cho Chang storyline is pitiful, whereas in the book, we had been led to see that she wasn't all that she had cracked up to be as a person, in the film, she is the sketchiest of sketches and written off practically before she has begun. Now, before we get into the various whats and wheres of how you can watch 'Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix' right now, here are some particulars about the Warner Bros. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix makes no attempt to guide the newbies along the story and rightly so, because any attempt at that would detract from the film and patronize its viewers.
It was just events and there was hardly any character development at all. There is plenty to enjoy here, starting with the flawless turn from Imelda Staunton as the sadistic Dolores Umbridge. Harry Potter is forced to defend himself against charges of using magic while underage, and in the presence of his Muggle cousin Dudley, after the two are attacked by Dementors. Surely the shelves in that kind of room are sturdier than that. However, through all this, there was one glimmer of hope: The fight in the Ministry. Firstly, Harry stabbed the dementor in the eye with his wand! Rowling, might just be one of the greatest authors of our time.
The ministry had decided to step in by appointing a new Defence Against the Dark Arts teacher that proves to be the nastiest person Harry has ever encountered. The fireworks were cool, but there was none of the flair, there was no speech, and there was yet again no Peeves. There wasn't enough Molly or Hagrid for me though. Overall, I would certainly recommend the movie for everyone, fan or not, as it really was a well made movie, despite a few wooden actors and some bad dialog. It's shocking because of its suddenness. For having the task of taking 870 masterful pages and turning them into a 2.
I was actually quite impressed with Dan, Rupert and Emma as well. And now we come to the saddest part: Sirius's death. This is an emotion and thought process which was excellently portrayed in the film. I realize that Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix was a very long book, but so was The Goblet of Fire and I enjoyed it's movie adaptation a lot. Kitted out from head to toe in pink and sporting a sugary air, we soon find that Umbridge, whose methods of punishment include using quills that protract blood on her students, is anything but sweet. Few of students and parents believe him or Dumbledore that Voldemort is really back. The film, if taken by itself, was really good.
She and Harry lead her to the hiding place of giant half-brother, ,only to be confronted by who kidnap after she attacks and insults them. Rupert Grint is also a joy. Unfortunately, it's a lot different from the book. For example, in the book, it is Kreacher who betrays Sirius and puts him in danger. The ministry had decided to step in by appointing a new Defence Against the Dark Arts teacher that proves to be the nastiest person Harry has ever encountered.
The same goes for Gambon, who seems to have ignored the calm, all knowing, endearing idea of who Dumbledore is, in favor of a more erratic yet powerful headmaster. They have finally achieved the art of saying a lot without necessarily opening their mouths. They glossed over many of the little things that made the Harry Potter series so magical in the first place, focusing on a select few plot lines and limiting dialog to only what was necessary to further the story. But I'll tell you what, if that's the price to pay for being able to see fantastic literature on the big-screen. When reading those last few chapters, when Harry is at the Ministry, and there is the great battle, the book reads like a whirlwind. Many scenes that one would think invaluable to the story have been cut, replaced by the hasty filling in of plot holes.
I love the Harry Potter books, and I've always liked the movies. It also seemed like the Weasley brothers' grand exit was stolen from them. It's another year at Hogwarts for Harry Potter and his friends. Kreacher and Grawp were great additions to the films. Oh, and the Priori Incantatum thing with Voldemort and Dumbledore? Harry has another vision, this one of Sirius being tortured by Voldemort.
Thus, verily I say, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix is a worthwhile outing. However, the parts that Yates chose to focus on, were by far, the most important ones; and the way in which he did it, left me speechless. If you separate the film from the book, you won't be disappointed. But her teaching is deficient and her methods, cruel, so Harry prepares a group of students to defend the school against a rising tide of evil. I'll take a few inconsistencies any day.