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Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (Ultimate Edition) - Double Play (Blu-ray + DVD)  [Region Free]
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This Ultimate Edition features the fifth film in the Harry Potter series on both DVD and Blu-ray. Also included is a 48-page photo book with rare images from years 1-7 and two Ultimate Edition character cards
Creating the World of Harry Potter Part 5: Evolution
Deeper. Bolder. Darker. As the eight Harry Potter films trace Harry's journey from innocent schoolboy to selfless hero, the series undergoes a transformation. Creating the World of Harry Potter Part 5: Evolution--packed with exclusive content only available here--takes you along for every exciting step of the 10-year filmmaking odyssey. Join the four directors, key members of the crew and cast, including Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Emma Watson, as they explore how the creative vision for the films evolved to maintain the integrity and increasing intensity of J.K. Rowling's expansive literary series. From the ever-changing architecture of Hogwarts Castle and expanding landscape of the wizarding world, to the darkening color palette of each successive film, to the young actors maturing along with their characters, it is a wondrous and spectacular adventure to experience.
While many movie franchises slide as they reach their later instalments, the Harry Potter films just keep getting better. The latest, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix is easily the darkest of the series to date, and its also one of the best. For while it could easily have been little more than a holding film to set up the big encounters to come in the last two instalments of the series, its to the credit of British director David Yates that the end result is really very good.
It finds Harry coming under suspicion from his wizarding colleagues, who dont believe his claims that the evil Lord Voldermort has returned. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix thus finds its title character on the backfoot for much of its running time, with a select band who firmly believe his story, and very powerful figures who dont.
Where the movie of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix excels though is in its three trump cards. Number one is a far tighter script than were used to with Potter films, which, combined with trump card number two--the aforementioned David Yates behind the camera--cuts much of the slavish loyalty to the text away in favour of a film with real momentum. The third, and best, card though is the casting of Imelda Staunton as Professor Dolores Umbridge, who simply flies away with every scene shes in. Its a superb performance, and the film is poorer whenever shes not on screen.
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix is not a film without a few problems, certainly: its a fair criticism that not too much actually happens, and one or two bits feel superfluous. But it overrides its problems with ease, to emerge as a compelling, highly enjoyable family film, which will leave you salivating for the Christmas 2008 release of movie number six in the series. --Simon Brew -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine vergriffene oder nicht verfügbare Ausgabe dieses Titels.See all Product Description
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The problem I have is with the DVD itself, this is by far the worst quality DVD picture I have seen in a very long time. Since Warner Bros have produced consistently high quality DVD discs (all the previous Harry Potter films for example) I can only assume the worst possible reason...that the disc quality has been deliberately down-graded so people might convert to an HD format.
This isn't necessary, HD formats are very high quality and everyone knows it.
There is severe artifacting around edges, pixelization in areas of contrast (such as highlights on faces etc) and some heavy moire on parallel lines. Add to this the constant sharp/smooth shifting on the picture and you have a very poor viewing experience.
This is not me being an AV-Phile...these faults are blatent and you will be seriously disappointed with the disc. If you think this is nonsense, buy the disc...watch it and compare it to another of the 'darker' Harry Potter films such as Azkaban or Goblet of Fire. It's quality doesn't even stand up next to the very first DVD release of the Philosopher's Stone.
To the film's storytellers - Great Work....to Warner Bros for allowing such a poor quality transfer - Bad Form and not at all professional. Do you really think that by lowering the product quality of the current-generation format you can convince everyone to switch over to an HD format you support?
So here's a list of the special features included in this 2-disc set that you can look forward to:
Additional Scenes - 17 minutes of never-before-seen footage.
Trailing Tonks - Spend a day with Actress Nat Tena and receive a very personal and often wacky tour of the Harry Potter and The Order of the Phoenix stages.
Harry Potter: The Magic of Editing - Director David Yates and Editor Mark Day show what a difference a good edit makes to allow the viewers to edit a scene.
A&E Documentary: The Hidden Secrets of Harry Potter - Viewers take a thrilling look back at the past Harry Potter films in search of clues to the mysteries of the upcoming Harry Potter saga.
ROM - Includes a timeline, a link to sneaks of HP6, along with other materials.
I will buy this on dvd, as I have all the others and still find them amazing to watch over and over...this will definitely be my favourite!
Roll on numbers six and seven......If you've got kids or are yourself a very big kid like me, buy it for christmas...you wont be dissapointed!
There's only one Blu-ray included, and it is the movie. As the movies aren't new edits, the bonuses are the only reason to upgrade your collection.
I counted at least four "ultimate" editions, three with almost the same cover.
- French ultimate Blu-ray (film 1; film 2) identical to US ultimate Blu-ray (2 blu-rays, 1 DVD of old bonuses).
- French ultimate DVD (film 1; film 2) identical to US ultimate DVD, almost the same cover as the Blu-ray edition
- French (false) ultimate Blu-ray metal edition (the following films) not identical to US ultimate Blu-ray.
- UK (false) ultimate Blu-ray in which "double play" means "without bonuses on a Blu-ray disc as they were f.
This is misleading the buyers.
If you want to complete your ultimate collection in HD, do not buy this edition, only the US ultimate 2 Blu-ray.
Most of the wizarding community doesn't believe Harry Potter and Albus Dumbledore's news that Lord Volemort has returned and has been restored to full power along with his army of Death Eaters. The news is seen as a lie due to The Minister of Magic, Cornelius Fudge who doesn't want to believe that He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named is back. Fudge feeds false information about Harry and Dumbledore to the Daily Prophet, the main newspaper that is read by most wizarding folk, which makes them believe that Harry and Dumbledore are liars and their stories cannot be trusted.
Fudge also appoints a new Hogwarts Defense Against The Dark Arts teacher, Delores Umbridge, who steadily begins to take over Hogwarts through the support of the Ministry. Harry, Ron and Hermione immediately dislike Umbridge as she refuses to allow them to discuss the return of Lord Voldemort, and teaches them with no practical lessons. In rebellion of this, and for personal safety against Lord Voldermort and his Death Eaters, Harry begins his own, secret Defense Against the Dark Arts lessons with other Hogwarts students, calling themselves Dumbledore's Army.
The film is an extremely good attempt at capturing the story from the book...for the first half at least. Up until the point where the Room of Requirement is discovered nearly everything is spot-on to the book, then the scriptwriter has seemingly gone off on his own storylines, missing out important plot pieces and characters that are essential to the next book(s).Read more ›
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A great film full of story and action. I loved the books and the film is just as good. It's a big hit with the adults and children in our family! Read morePublished 21 days ago by Jade Chapman
For my money, this must have been the least easy to make - Phoenix is the least good of the seven books - something of a potboiler, and the plot drags to a sticky halt. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Alex Lyon
as expected a great film but it was a replacement for a damaged disc in the collection of harry potter films the picture quality is still as good if not better than a Blu-ray... Read morePublished 1 month ago by jason.harrold
Bought as a part of my collection. Great film and value for money.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
For fans of the book, the biggest disappointment for me was the duel between Dumbledore and Voldemort towards the end. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer