Is the movie any good? At the dawn of the twenty-first century, when art is defined by commerce, this question is beside the point. show more
What's on screen, though, is a cautious approach to cinema wizardry -- broad, colorful strokes and flash-bang effects that turn J.K. Rowling's words into a long, cheerful spectacle with a Muggle soul. show more
At its best, the film's visual dazzle equals the tasty wordplay of the novel. But it is overlong, overscored, and curiously misshapen. show more
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone is a fun family adventure for fantasy fanatics and story lovers alike with a need for a well produced story about love, loss, and imagination.
Bad Fantasy Film!
This was a great deal of fantasy and when you see it you get glued to it. Great direction and acting along with special effects. This a great movie and was very interested!