The only Harry Potter film that really stands on its own and a total treat. The wide-angle lens that Alfonso uses makes such a huge difference. His directing saves the movie and makes it so much better than previous instalments. It’s also incredible artistically, with amazing sets that the rest of the series would strive to reach and be compared to. To date, it’s the only Potter film I’d be interested in purchasing an art book for.

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