Harry Potter Movie Kenneth Turan of the Los Angeles Times reviews the much-anticipated Harry Potter movie, opening this weekend. He says even if the film is sometimes claustrophobically like the J.K. Rowling book on which it's based, the magic of Hogwarts is reflected well on the big screen.
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Kenneth Turan of the Los Angeles Times reviews the much-anticipated Harry Potter movie, opening this weekend. He says even if the film is sometimes claustrophobically like the J.K. Rowling book on which it's based, the magic of Hogwarts is reflected well on the big screen.