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Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (2007)

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Harry Potter leads Dumbledore's Army and must battle the Dark Lord himself. He also must deal with dark secrets and an emotional loss. Based on Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix.

Director:

Matt Birch

Writers:

J.K. Rowling (characters and universe), Andrew S. Walsh (screenplay)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Adam Sopp Adam Sopp ... Harry Potter / Slytherin Students (voice)
Rupert Grint ... Ron Weasley (voice)
Harper Marshall Harper Marshall ... Hermione Granger (voice)
Lewis Macleod ... Albus Dumbledore / Boris the Bewildered / Ministry Wizard (voice)
Ralph Fiennes ... Lord Voldemort (voice)
David Robb ... Sirius Black / Staring Portrait (voice)
Rachel Atkins Rachel Atkins ... Dolores Umbridge / Miserable Female Gargoyle / Damara Dodderidge / Mrs. Black (voice)
Tom Felton ... Draco Malfoy (voice)
Ève Karpf Ève Karpf ... Professor Minerva McGonagall (voice) (as Eve Karpf)
Allan Corduner ... Severus Snape / Argus Filch / Professor Basil Fronsac / Reginald Oddpick (voice)
Warwick Davis ... Filius Flitwick (voice)
Anna Bentinck Anna Bentinck ... Professor Pomona Sprout / Elizabeth Burke (voice)
Jonathan Kydd ... Hagrid / Barking Mad Male Gargoyle / GCR Male Portrait Four / Terminus Shanks (voice)
Beth Chalmers Beth Chalmers ... Bellatrix Lestrange (voice)
Jonathan Hansler ... Lucius Malfoy / Lonley Male Gargoyle / Male Howler / Google Stump / Vindictus Viridian (voice)
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Harry Potter leads Dumbledore's Army and must battle the Dark Lord himself. He also must deal with dark secrets and an emotional loss. Based on Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix.

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Official Sites:

EA Games

Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

July 2007 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix See more »

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Trivia

While this is not the first Harry Potter game to feature cast members from the film, as many seem to think (Goblet has Ralph Fiennes), the sheer number of people providing the voices of their characters here has risen quite substantially, to over 20 individuals. See more »

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Hey people! This isn't the movie, it's the game, stop reviewing it as if it's the movie!
13 August 2007 | by cheezdontgowitm3See all my reviews

(This comment is on the Wii version) The Wii, I think (and others probably think so too), is the perfect system for this game, and maybe for the next 2. The controllers on the Wii now make it feel like YOU'RE the wizard that's casting the spell, which is quite fun and cool. The graphics are amazing and the place looks just like in the movie. There's so much detail and so much to explore. I'm also glad that the real people from the movie (most of them) voiced the voices in the game. Another thing is that there are some things fro the game that actually go with the book, things that weren't in the movie. But there are some bad things too, like the camera was kinda bad because it sometimes gets the wrong thing that I'm aiming at, the game seemed a little rushed and like 3/8 (maybe more) of it is just scenes and skips around and stuff. But overall, this is a great game, I'm not sure how it is on the PS2, PS3, Xbox 360, or the PC, or any other system it's on, but it may be great because how much more of the castle and stuff there is to explore. But I recommend the Wii version because you get into it so much more than the others. Oh, and another thing, people, why are you reviewing this as the movie? This is the video game page! That's why in parenthesis it says VG.


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