Mexican director Alfonso Cuaron picks up the reins from Chris Columbus in this third installment in J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter
series, and leaves his mark without betraying the source material. Orphaned wizard Harry (Daniel Radcliffe) is entering adolescence and anxiously anticipating a third year of study at the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, his refuge from life with the Dursleys, Harry's viciously coarse and stupid relatives. Forced to endure a visit from his perfectly beastly Aunt Marge (Pam Ferris), Harry flies into a rage when her brandy-fueled use of kennel metaphors to insult his parents becomes too much to bear. To be sure, he only uses ...