10 December 2009 11:57 PM, PST | ScreenStar | See recent ScreenStar news »

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (2009), the latest international blockbuster based on J.K. Rowling's novels about the adventure of a boy wizard and his pals, has apparated on DVD. Harry, Ron, and Hermione have had to grow up fast throughout the Potter saga, but nowhere more than in this story -- the darkest, most violent and disturbing yet. Lord Voldemort is on the loose, his threat now obvious to everyone, Muggles included, and Harry stands in the way of He Who Must Not Be Named coming to power once and for all. In fact, a showdown with Voldemort is inevitable, and Dumbledore, aware that his days are numbered, must race the clock to prepare Harry for the occasion. The film is solid, but be warned that more than any of its predecessors, it's a bridge film. It holds up on its own merits, but everything about it (much like the book, »

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