Harry Potter and The Philosopher's Stone

Harry Potter and The Philosopher's Stone
Harry Potter and The Philosopher's Stone




146 minutes


Science Fiction and Fantasy



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The first in a series of magical adventures with schoolboy wizard Harry Potter. Harry lives a miserable life with his mean aunt and uncle in the suburbs - but everything changes when a letter invites him to enrol in Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, a place of winding corridors, haunted forests and lightning-fast games of Quidditch. Little does he know it, but Harry is already a celebrity in the wizarding community having encountered the evil villain Voldermort as a baby - and once he teams up with new friends Hermione and Ron, the trio set out to stop the precious Philosopher's Stone from falling into the wrong hands.

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This film has a few uses of mild bad language

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