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Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

"The rebellion begins."

PG-13 2007-07-08 Adventure 2hr 18m

Returning for his fifth year of study at Hogwarts, Harry is stunned to find that his warnings about the return of Lord Voldemort have been ignored. Left with no choice, Harry takes matters into his own hands, training a small group of students to defend themselves against the dark arts.

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Returning for his fifth year of study at Hogwarts, Harry is stunned to find that his warnings about the return of Lord Voldemort have been ignored. Left with no choice, Harry takes matters into his own hands, training a small group of students to defend themselves against the dark arts.

  • Released
    2007-07-08
  • Revenue
    $938,212,738
  • Budget
    $150,000,000
  • Runtime
    2hr 18m
  • Genre
    Adventure, Fantasy
  • Status
    Released
  • Language
    English
  • imdb-logo
    7.5
  • Production
    Warner Bros. Pictures, Heyday Films

Crew

David Yates
Director
Michael Goldenberg
Screenplay
Lorne Orleans
Producer

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Cast

Daniel Radcliffe

Daniel Radcliffe

Harry Potter
Rupert Grint

Rupert Grint

Ron Weasley
Emma Watson

Emma Watson

Hermione Granger
Imelda Staunton

Imelda Staunton

Dolores Umbridge
Helena Bonham Carter

Helena Bonham Carter

Bellatrix Lestrange
Robbie Coltrane

Robbie Coltrane

Rubeus Hagrid
Gary Oldman

Gary Oldman

Sirius Black
Ralph Fiennes

Ralph Fiennes

Lord Voldemort
Michael Gambon

Michael Gambon

Albus Dumbledore
Alan Rickman

Alan Rickman

Severus Snape
Richard Griffiths

Richard Griffiths

Vernon Dursley
Brendan Gleeson

Brendan Gleeson

Alastor "Mad-Eye" Moody
Jason Isaacs

Jason Isaacs

Lucius Malfoy
Evanna Lynch

Evanna Lynch

Luna Lovegood
Katie Leung

Katie Leung

Cho Chang
Warwick Davis

Warwick Davis

Filius Flitwick
Fiona Shaw

Fiona Shaw

Petunia Dursley
Maggie Smith

Maggie Smith

Minerva McGonagall
David Thewlis

David Thewlis

Remus Lupin
Emma Thompson

Emma Thompson

Sybill Trelawney
Julie Walters

Julie Walters

Molly Weasley
David Bradley

David Bradley

Argus Filch
Tom Felton

Tom Felton

Draco Malfoy
Robert Hardy

Robert Hardy

Cornelius Fudge
George Harris

George Harris

Kingsley Shacklebolt
Natalia Tena

Natalia Tena

Nymphadora Tonks
Mark Williams

Mark Williams

Arthur Weasley
Harry Melling

Harry Melling

Dudley Dursley
Kathryn Hunter

Kathryn Hunter

Arabella Figg
Miles Jupp

Miles Jupp

TV Weatherman
Jessica Hynes

Jessica Hynes

Mafalda Hopkirk (voice)
Adrian Rawlins

Adrian Rawlins

James Potter
Peter Cartwright

Peter Cartwright

Elphias Doge
Brigitte Millar

Brigitte Millar

Emmeline Vance
Timothy Bateson

Timothy Bateson

Kreacher (voice)
James Phelps

James Phelps

Fred Weasley
Oliver Phelps

Oliver Phelps

George Weasley
Bonnie Wright

Bonnie Wright

Ginny Weasley
Jamie Wolpert

Jamie Wolpert

Newspaper Vendor
Daisy Haggard

Daisy Haggard

Lift (voice)
Chris Rankin

Chris Rankin

Percy Weasley
Sian Thomas

Sian Thomas

Amelia Bones
Jamie Waylett

Jamie Waylett

Vincent Crabbe
Josh Herdman

Josh Herdman

Gregory Goyle
Matthew Lewis

Matthew Lewis

Neville Longbottom
Ryan Nelson

Ryan Nelson

Slightly Creepy Boy
William Melling

William Melling

Nigel 2nd Year
Apple Brook

Apple Brook

Wilhelmina Grubbly-Plank
Devon Murray

Devon Murray

Seamus Finnigan
Alfred Enoch

Alfred Enoch

Dean Thomas
Afshan Azad

Afshan Azad

Padma Patil
Shefali Chowdhury

Shefali Chowdhury

Parvati Patil
Nick Shirm

Nick Shirm

Somewhat Doubtful Boy
Arben Bajraktaraj

Arben Bajraktaraj

Azkaban Death Eater
Alec Hopkins

Alec Hopkins

Young Severus Snape
Robbie Jarvis

Robbie Jarvis

Young James Potter
James Walters

James Walters

Young Sirius Black
Charles Hughes

Charles Hughes

Young Peter Pettigrew
James Utechin

James Utechin

Young Remus Lupin
Richard Cubison

Richard Cubison

Death Eater
Peter Best

Peter Best

Death Eater
Tav MacDougall

Tav MacDougall

Death Eater
Richard Trinder

Richard Trinder

Death Eater
Nathan Clarke

Nathan Clarke

Gryffindor Student (uncredited)
David Heyman

David Heyman

Healer in Portrait (uncredited)
Cliff Lanning

Cliff Lanning

Edgar Bones (uncredited)
James Payton

James Payton

Frank Longbottom (uncredited)
Christopher Rithin

Christopher Rithin

Dennis (uncredited)
Lauren Shotton

Lauren Shotton

Pansy Parkinson (uncredited)
Timothy Spall

Timothy Spall

Peter Pettigrew (uncredited)
Lisa Wood

Lisa Wood

Alice Longbottom (uncredited)
Saskia Strallen

Saskia Strallen

Dumbledore's Army Member (uncredited)

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Movie Reviews

Reviews for Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
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A Review by John Chard 8

Written by John Chard on 2019-08-20

Front and Centre for Dumbledore's Army. Term 5 at Hogwarts for Harry and the gang and it's a deeply unsettling time. Harry faces getting ... read more

Front and Centre for Dumbledore's Army. Term 5 at Hogwarts for Harry and the gang and it's a deeply unsettling time. Harry faces getting expelled and finds himself shunned by many around him. This at a time when the Ministry of Magic compounds his misery by insisting to all and sundry that "you know who" is not back again. Given that JK Rowling's fifth book is considered to be something of a door stopper, a book more of interim Potter filler than any great amount of substance, credit has to go to new to the franchise director, David Yates. For Yates and his screenwriter Michael Goldenberg have managed to craft a briskly entertaining segment in under 2 hours and 20 minutes of film. Yes it's safe to say that it ultimately does feel like an interim filler movie, one that is for fans and not newcomers to the series, but the effects are superb (except Grawp that is), the action is much and suspense is not in short supply. While it also finds Radcliffe as Potter finally hitting his acting stride. New into the magical fray comes the wonderful Imelda Staunton as Dolores Umbrage, the sort of cheery psychotic teacher we all had bad dreams about in our formative years. Also most welcome is Helena Bonham Carter as nut job harpy Bellatrix Le Strange, it's an appetiser of substance and we can't wait to see some more of her from here on in. Of course the usual problem of not enough screen time for the regulars still exists, but it's now become a figure of grumpy acceptance in the grand scheme of Potter World. Neatly keeping the story trimmed of extraneous fat, Yates doesn't disappoint in delivering a last quarter as memorable as any so far in the series. Big rewards await those who wait, because the showdown that crowns Order of Phoenix is a magical mêlée of wands and wonderment; a face off between good and evil, a free for all that joyously assaults the senses. Roll on Half-Blood Prince, where it's great to know that Yates has been further entrusted with the Harry Potter reins. 7.5/10

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A Review by TitanGusang 8

Written by TitanGusang on 2023-01-06

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix is another solid entry into the series with fantastically high stakes, production value, and emoti... read more

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix is another solid entry into the series with fantastically high stakes, production value, and emotional scenes that leave a lasting impact. From the beginning minutes, the movie is doubling down on the dark tone the previous two began to establish. The threat of Voldemort still looms, but it is incredibly frustrating that no one seems to believe Harry and Dumbledore. That frustration is perfectly mirrored with Harry as he grows incredibly angry throughout the film, paralleling his connection with the Dark Lord. This more mature and seasoned Potter is a highlight, and his leadership begins to take center stage as he organizes his classmates to train to fight against the dark arts. These scenes are some of my favorites in the film. This entry expands on the wizarding world with the Ministry of Magic and the Order of the Phoenix. The Ministry of Magic is terrible in this film, they are completely mad and delusional to accept any other explanation for the events that have taken place in the previous entries. This is none more present than the introduction of Mrs. Umbridge. She is the worst, and Imelda Staunton does an excellent job of being the worst. I hated her throughout the entire film and every one of her sly smiles was like nails on a chalkboard. Safe to say her finale was oh-so-satisfying. The ending is slightly rushed, but the action is fantastic. It was a bit unbelievable that a group of students could face the Death Eaters by themselves, but the movie addressed the criticism when the Order came to save the day. I do have to say, the death scene of Sirius Black was pretty anti-climactic. The hit he takes happens so fast and he gingerly falls back into the portal never to be seen again, it did not have the resolution I would have hoped for with him being such an influential person in Harry's life. Plus, his limited screen time in the series draws back the effectiveness of his death. Despite that, the special effects in the Dumbledore and Voldemort battle were spectacular and unique, a brilliant way to cap off the film. Especially with the ending shot of Cornelius Fudge just realizing "He's Back" Overall, this is a slow movie with a limited amount of action. But the world-building and character development are some of the best in the series. It is not going to be everyone's favorite, but it was a great addition, even though the rewatchability is not that high. Score: 85% | Verdict Great

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A Review by John Chard

Front and Centre for Dumbledore's Army. Term 5 at Hogwarts for Harry and the gang and it's a deeply unsettling time. Harry faces getting expelled and finds himself shunned by many around him. This at a time when the Ministry of Magic com...

reviewer avatar

A Review by John Chard 8

Written by John Chard on 2019-08-20

Front and Centre for Dumbledore's Army. Term 5 at Hogwarts for Harry and the gang and it's a deeply unsettling time. Harry faces getting expelled and finds himself shunned by many around him. This ...

read more
reviewer avatar

A Review by TitanGusang 8

Written by TitanGusang on 2023-01-06

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix is another solid entry into the series with fantastically high stakes, production value, and emotional scenes that leave a lasting impact. From the beginni...

read more