The Prisoner of Azkaban is a magical world, one which has been very well adapted into a great movie. The story revolves around the life of Albus Dumbledore, who was an eleven year old school student when he set off on a quest to find the Philosopher's Stone, which helped him defeat Lord Voldemort in the last Lord of the Rings movie.
The story of this movie is made interesting by the characters' characteristics. We have an orphan who has been taken in by the wizard after his parents were killed, an orphan who is more advanced than other children, a professor who tries to rescue a girl who will become a rival of his, a girl who is a Muggle in the first movie, who becomes a half-blood witch when she becomes caught in a mirror, and finally the love story of Harry Potter and Ginny Weasley. The relationship between Harry Potter and his magical teacher Ron is very sweet, and as they grow closer together, the bond between the two becomes stronger.
The second film opens with Harry Potter and Hermione Granger trying to win the final duel against Voldemort. After a number of incredibly hard and drawn out battles between both sides, Harry Potter wins and saves his friends from Voldemort's clutches. This film is less romantic than the first, and not as long. However, I still recommend it as one of the best films to watch.
While the story of this movie is very slow, Harry and Hermione will start dating a bit in the second movie. As they get older, they will start to see each other, though the boy-girl relationships are more subtle than the love story between Harry and Ginny. The other three main characters in the second movie, Ron, Sirius Black, and Lupin are still very important.
The Prisoner of Azkaban will be based onJ.K. Rowling's book series, as many of the films were adaptations of the books. The main characters are still kept similar to their origin, but some changes have been made for the better.
The Prisoner of Azkaban is mostly based on the first three movies. The main character is Albus Dumbledore, who as a prefect, is stuck with having to fight the worst enemies Voldemort could ask for, while at the same time trying to defend his class from the pressures of the education system.
The plot of the first film in the series was too simple, and the movies lacked in suspense. This is mainly due to the fact that they decided to use the same cast, which caused the movie to turn into a boring war movie.
In the second film, Harry is now able to enter the mirror, and defeat Voldemort. However, his appearance doesn't save the world from the magic of Voldemort, as he has been captured in the game of chess, in which Harry loses. The three main characters are still portrayed in the same way, but the overall plot of the first film has been completely changed.