Harry Potter (Daniel Radcliffe), Hermione Granger (Emma Watson), and Ron Weasley (Rupert Grint) are headed back to Hogwarts for their second year, and things are getting dangerous again. Christopher Columbus directs the second installation of the best-selling series based on the novels by J.K. The second Harry Potter film is better than the first Harry Potter film because there is less tedious set-up involved. I like the mystery a bit more in this film and feel more satisfied by the ending *****Spoiler Alert***** I have a bit of a problem with the whole “I am Voldemort” Tom Marvolo Riddle solution. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets is a better movie when compared to the first movie, but pales to some of the later films.
When people and creatures begin to turn to stone, a message that the legendary Chamber of Secrets has been opened appears.  Harry and his friends uncover that only the Heir of Slytherin can open the Chamber of Secrets, and now Harry must find out who it is and stop them before what’s hidden in the Chamber of Secrets escapes.


Not only do the main children characters continue to develop as actors in this series, but they also always manage to bring in great talent for new roles. It works in the fact that these are kid novels (yes, I know that adults seem to be the bigger readers), but there seems to be a bit of confusion to the target audience. Following Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone (or Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone depending on your country) in 2001, the movie was met with favorable response and record ticket sales. Columbus directs the films in a boring, straight forward style that has me wishing for more flare. Originally Hugh Grant was supposed to play the new Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher Professor Gilderoy Lockhart, but he had to step down and be replaced by Kenneth Branagh…whose shiny appearance I think fits the character better.
Most of the problems in the film come from Columbus’ portrayal of the Harry Potter world and faults inherent in J.K.


The visuals and style of the film look a bit better than the first one, but Hogwarts still looks like it has no real texture and depth when compared to later films in the series. He died soon after filming and was replaced in later films by Michael Gambon.  It was impressive that for the most part that this was the only loss over eight films.
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets was followed by Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkabah in 2004.



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