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Science Fiction and Fantasy
Potter fans get two bites at the final cherry, as J K Rowling's concluding book in her best-selling fantasy series is split into a pair of visually exciting and action-packed films. Directed by franchise regular David Yates, the overall adventure sees the teen wizard face the ultimate battle to quash the evil Voldemort - initially taking him and pals, Hermione and Ron, away from Hogwarts and on a perilous mission to find and destroy the magical objects that give the Dark Lord immortality. But as the trio race against time - uncovering a crucial legend in the process - Harry's life is threatened again, with Voldemort determined to finally kill the one person who stands between him and absolute power.
Fun adventure about a modern American who finds out he is the son of ancient Greek god Poseidon, and that Zeus thinks he stole his lightning bolt.
7–14 years 120 mins
Romantic comedy following artist and erstwhile witch Gillian, whose jealousy and love of a mortal threatens her magical powers.
11–16 years 106 mins
Family friendly classic mixing knockabout comedy, action and animation for three young evacuees and a kindly witch in the midst of World War Two.
5–11 years 112 mins
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Actor Matthew Lewis, who played Neville Longbottom in the Harry Potter films, visited a school in Leeds to offer advice and inspiration to the students there.
Viewing time 4 mins
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