SURTALCHILGAAN DEER DARAHAD ARILJ KINO GARNA.
Having perused and adored J.K. Rowling’s “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone,” and been significantly frustrated by Chris Columbus’ shot adjustment of it, I chose not to peruse the second book, so I could watch “Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets” frosty. The experience was better. I’ve since perused the second book, and the hole between the abilities of Rowling and Columbus is still evident. Be that as it may, the movie producer seems in any event somewhat freed by having officially settled a physical reality for Harry and his Hogwarts world. Darker, more interesting and more activity stuffed than the principal film, “Chamber” appears to be motivated as much by Steven Spielberg’s dashing “Thieves of the Lost Ark.
” Columbus didn’t make up the underground passages, oversize snakes, rushing insects and different cliffhangers, however he’s basically lifted the completion of “Thieves,” whose Nazi scoundrels were simmered in a sort of inestimable heater. The current year’s enterprise has Harry (Daniel Radcliffe), Ron (Rupert Grint) and Hermione (Emma Watson) attempting to spare Hogwarts from the abhorrent that sneaks in the Chamber of Secrets, a complex space inside the limits of the gothic school. It has been a long time since the Chamber was keep going broke, and on that event, a Muggle-conceived – a wizard with nonmagical guardians – was killed. The apparition of the casualty, now known as Moaning Myrtle, possesses a surrendered young ladies washroom, and it’s there that Harry and companions will discover their way into the overwhelming Chamber. There’s a wealthier subtext here than in “The Sorcerer’s Stone,” a figurative parallel to the advocates all through history of ethnic purging. The Chamber’s mystery needs to do with the starting point of Slytherin House, whose individuals have detested and lamented the nearness of Muggle-borns from that point onward. Presently, as “mud bloods” like Hermione are being swung to stone, and Profs. Dumbledore (the late Richard Harris), McGonagall (Maggie Smith) and Snape (Alan Rickman) are worrying over the destiny of Hogwarts, Harry must spare the day. Two staggering new characters are along for the second ride. As Gilderoy Lockhart, the blow-hard instructor of Defense Against the Dark Arts, a humorously dressing Kenneth Branagh includes cleverness that was distressfully lost from “The Sorcerer’s Stone.
” And Jason Isaacs, so splendidly venomous in “The Patriot,” is Lucius Malfoy, the scoffing father of Harry’s archrival from Slytherin. “Chamber” is chockablock with activity (counting a much all the more energizing round of Quidditch) and tricky enhancements. Among them: a grouping in which Ron incidentally does magic on himself and barfs up a pack of sticky slugs; his dad’s flying, autonomous disapproved of auto, a redesigned Ford from the Model T in “The Absent-Minded Professor,” and the carefully vivified Dobby, a whining, half-16 ounces, cut eared mythical being who is both companion and enemy to Harry. As in the primary film, notwithstanding, there are likewise lamentably gooey impacts, prominently the straightforward phantoms of Moaning Myrtle and of John Cleese’s Nearly Headless Nick. They’re similar to twofold exposures on a depiction, and just remind us how far we’ve come since the “Topper” motion pictures. Radcliffe, 3 inches taller and an octave lower than a year ago, is developing easily into his character, as is Watson, the getting and certain Hermione. The redheaded Grint, then, needs to grow his acting traps past the twofold take and stunned gaze. Unfortunately, it’s very clear in Harris’ execution how wiped out he was amid creation. He looks slight, yet more regrettable, his voice has no volume, and he shows up shockingly ludicrous in a flashback in which Dumbledore is intended to be 50 years more youthful. With additional time, some kind altering would have made a difference. At two hours, 41 minutes, “Chamber” is too long by a half-hour, and there are incidental scenes that aggregate about that sum. Still, “Chamber” is an overhaul in the motion picture arrangement. Furthermore, with Mexican chief Alfonso Cuarón (“Y Tu Mamá También”) assuming control for one year from now’s “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban,” things certainly are gazing toward Hogwarts.