Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

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Movie Info & Cast


Harry ignores warnings not to return to Hogwarts, only to find the school plagued by a series of mysterious attacks and a strange voice haunting him.


  • Daniel Radcliffe
  • Rupert Grint
  • Emma Watson
  • Richard Griffiths
  • Fiona Shaw
  • Harry Melling
  • Toby Jones
  • Jim Norton
  • Veronica Clifford
  • James Phelps

Did You Know?


  • (At around two hours and twenty-five minutes) When Lucius Malfoy tries to curse Harry at the end, he mutters "Avada..." As mentioned in the fourth book, this is the beginning of an Unforgivable Curse named "Avada Kedavra", or the killing curse. This rather makes it look like Malfoy is stupid enough to actually try to kill a child in the middle of a school, chock full of students and teachers, with no means of escaping. But as Jason Isaacs has explained in several interviews, the novel mentioned no specific spell for him to use and, since he had just been reading the fourth book at the time, this was the only curse he could remember. So, as it turns out, Dobby saved Harry's life in this scene.
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  • (at around 27 mins) When Harry and Ron's car is caught by the tree, a limb smashes a hole in the rear window but the hole is missing in one shot when the car tips forward while falling out of the tree.
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    • Ron: Why spiders? Why couldn't it be "follow the butterflies"?
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Love that they showed these in theatres all these years later IMAX makes all the difference!

Tatiana B



Brimming with invention and new ideas, and its Hogwarts School seems to expand and deepen before our very eyes into a world large enough to conceal unguessable secrets -- What a glorious movie.

Metacritic review by Roger Ebert
Roger Ebert
Chicago Sun-Times

The Chamber of Secrets -- darker, scarier and somewhat better than Sorcerer's Stone.

Metacritic review by Steven Rea
Steven Rea
Philadelphia Inquirer

Moves the franchise even closer to Indiana Jones territory, with bloodcurdling action scenes and a passel of climactic computer-generated slime beasties unparalleled in their potential ability to -- I'm quoting from both book and film here -- '' rip, tear, rend, kill. ''

Metacritic review by Ty Burr
Ty Burr
Boston Globe