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Learn more about Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (Fullscreen):

Format: DVD
Sku: 206459610
UPC: 012569593251
UPC 14: 00012569593251
Rating: Game Rating Code
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The Rebellion Begins.
With their warning about lord voldemort's return scoffed at, harry and dumbledore are targeted by the wizard authorities as an authoritarian bureaucrat slowly seizes power at hogwarts.

"Sleek, swift and exciting.  A.O. Scott, The New York Times
"It's action-packed, darker, more epic and thankfully schmaltz-free...the best "Harry Potter" film yet.  Colin Bertram, New York Daily News
"This is the best Harry Potter picture yet.  David Edelstein, New York Magazine
"Miraculous! A feast for the eyes...magical movie-making!  Larry King, CNN
"Once you see Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix you'll want to see it again and again.  NewsDay 'KidsDay'
"The most successful film series since James Bond continues with another rousing winner...a wild ride all the way.  Pete Hammond, Maxim
"...the best of the series so far...has the laughs, the jitters and the juice to make even nonbelievers wild about Harry.  Peter Travers, Rolling Stone

Editor's Note
In the silver-screen adaptation of J.K. Rowling's HARRY POTTER AND THE ORDER OF THE PHOENIX, the fifth chapter in the beloved book series, everyone's favorite wizard-in-training (Daniel Radcliffe) finds himself in increasingly perilous situations. Not only is Harry in trouble with the Ministry of Magic for using his abilities outside of school, his trusted mentor, Professor Dumbledore (Michael Gambon), has grown distant, and an icy new Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher, Dolores Umbridge (Imelda Staunton), has arrived to bring a frightening level of discipline to Hogwarts. And waiting in the shadows is the demonic Lord Voldemort (Ralph Fiennes), an ominous figure whose very existence is questioned by the powerful Ministry, leaving Harry and his friends--most notably Ron (Rupert Grint) and Hermione (Emma Watson)--to form a rebel group, Dumbledore's Army.

Helmed by little-known British director David Yates and written by Michael Goldenberg (the first scribe to fill the boots of Steve Kloves), THE ORDER OF THE PHOENIX continues the darker tone of the two preceding POTTER installments and deftly follows Harry, Ron, and Hermione as they face new foes and impending adulthood. While Radcliffe, Grint, and Watson all continue to imbue their characters with vitality and complexity, Staunton steals the show as the strict, merciless Umbridge, though the story, which lacks some of the special-effects-heavy set pieces of past chapters, happily leaves room for other actors to shine, most notably Alan Rickman (as the ever-enigmatic Severus Snape), Gary Oldman (Sirius Black), David Thewlis (Remus Lupin), and Helena Bonham Carter (Bellatrix Lestrange). Another fine offering of POTTER movie magic, PHOENIX may not astound quite the way that THE PRISONER OF AZKABAN did, but it easily stands as one of the best films in the series.


Video Features DVD, Pan and Scan (TV Format), Aspect Ratio 2.35:1, English, French

Technical Info

Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Warner
Video Release Date Release Date: 9/8/2009
Video Play Time Running Time: 139 minutes
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 2007
Video CategoryId Catalog ID: 1000014848
Video UPC UPC: 00012569593251
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 1

Audio & Video
Video Original Language Original Language: English
Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks: English
Video Subtitle Available Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
Video Color Spec Video: Color

Aspect Ratio
Video Aspect Ratio Standard  1.33:1 [4:3]

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Alan Rickman
Video Cast Info Brendan Gleeson
Video Cast Info Daniel Radcliffe
Video Cast Info David Thewlis
Video Cast Info Emma Watson
Video Cast Info Gary Oldman
Video Cast Info Julie Walters
Video Cast Info Maggie Smith
Video Cast Info Michael Gambon
Video Cast Info Ralph Fiennes
Video Cast Info Robbie Coltrane
Video Cast Info Rupert Grint
Video Cast Info Andrew Ackland-Snow, et. al. - Art Director
Video Cast Info David Heyman - Producer
Video Cast Info David Yates - Director
Video Cast Info J.K. Rowling - Based On Novel By
Video Cast Info Lionel Wigram - Executive Producer
Video Cast Info Mark Day - Editor
Video Cast Info Michael Goldenberg - Screenplay
Video Cast Info Nicholas Hooper - Original Music By
Video Cast Info Slawomir Idziak - Cinematographer
Video Cast Info Stuart Craig - Production Designer


Nominee (2007)
   Video Award Name MTV Award, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Best Summer Movie You Haven't Seen Yet

Professional Reviews

Entertainment Weekly
"[Staunton's] showstopping Dolores slays her charges with pepperminty steeliness....The character is a Pepto-Bismol-tinted bolt of energy..." -- Grade: B 07/20/2007 p.56

New York Times
"[A] sleek, swift and exciting adaptation of J.K. Rowling's longest novel to date....A tense and twisty political thriller, with clandestine meetings, bureaucratic skullduggery and intimations of conspiracy hanging in the air." 07/10/2007 p.E1

Total Film
3 stars out of 5 -- "PHOENIX is one of the stronger entries in the Potter cine-canon, fizzing with exceptional FX..." 09/01/2007 p.38

Ultimate DVD
3 stars out of 5 -- "The opening is fantastic, both stylish yet understated as it sees the magical and muggle world clash unexpectedly." 08/01/2007 p.80

Sight and Sound
"[T]his seems a return to the more straightforward action-adventure format of the first two Chris Columbus-directed films....[With] pacey action and CG thrills..." 09/01/2007 p.60

4 stars out of 5 -- "The last act is the reward here, a series of breathtaking magical showdowns....This is a proper, grown-up adventure. And that bodes well for the films to come." 09/01/2007 p.52

ReelViews 9 of 10
With its fifth cinematic outing, the Harry Potter film series has ascended to another level. In addition to providing a self-contained, well-paced adventure, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix also begins to coalesce the epic ether that has been building over the past four films (especially the last two). With this movie, we sense that we're on the brink of something big, dark, and ominous...For a franchise that began under the lightweight guardianship of director Chris Columbus, these pictures have gotten progressively darker. The Order of the Phoenix is easily the gloomiest yet. The movie is not suitable for young children...With The Order of the Phoenix, Harry Potter has truly come into his own, fulfilling the promise of The Prisoner of Azkaban and The Goblet of Fire. These are no longer cute stories of wizards and magic and things that go bump in the night. They are dark tales where the themes and creatures become increasingly distorted as the frames whiz by. The Order of the Phoenix is the best on offer to-date from the Harry Potter cinematic franchise, and one of the few reasons during the summer of 2007 to venture out to a multiplex. - James Berardinelli

Variety 8 of 10
The students at Hogwarts leave youthful hijinks behind once and for all in "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix." Considerably grimmer and grittier than the previous pictures in the phenomenally successful series, new entry finds the young charges' head-on collision with adolescence taking a backseat to their sober confrontation with unvarnished evil...Extravagantly produced in the expected manner, pic nevertheless marks a notable departure in tone from those that preceded it. From the opening scene, portents of bad tidings ahead hang over everyone and everything connected to the wizarding world, even as the magical establishment insists there is no threat at large in the land...Concentrated focus results in an unsettling mood and dramatic scenes of unusual intensity. But condensing the book, which at 870 pages is the longest J.K. Rowling has written, into the shortest film in the series has come at a price. Many viewers won't at all mind that this is the first "Potter" picture without a Quidditch match, nor that house elves and cutesy ghosts are largely absent as well. - Todd McCarthy

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