• Movie Filter - Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets - Date: 11/1/2003
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  • Parental Advisories
    Content Warnings:
    Strong Action Violence

    General Themes and Other Content:
    Threatening Dialogue,
    Intense Action/Adventure,
    Intense Life/Death Situations,
    Fantasy/Sci-Fi Action,
    Scary Moments,
    Comical Fighting/Action,
    Non-Graphic Injury/Wound,
    Criminal/Gangster/Mob Themes,
    Intense Battle Sequences,
    Murder Topic,
    Dysfunctional Relationships
  • Starring
    Daniel Radcliffe
    Rupert Grint
    Emma Watson
    Richard Griffiths
    Fiona Shaw
    Harry Melling
    Toby Jones
    Jim Norton
    Veronica Clifford
    James Phelps

  • Tweens & Teens Movie Night Activity: Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

    “Even in the wizarding world, hearing voices isn't a good sign.”

    Harry Potter is warned about going back to school at Hogwarts by Dobby the House Elf, because there are bad things happening there. Things start with a House Elf visiting him at his muggle home and lead to confusing attacks on students and a creepy voice that only Harry can hear. Gather your family and friends to watch the 2nd movie in the Harry Potter series and find out what happens when the Chamber of Secrets is opened.

    Wear While Watching:

    *At Hogwarts there are 4 different houses that the students are divided into, each with their own colors and mascots. Dress up in your House colors for an easy, subtle way to dress up for the movie. In case you don’t know, the House colors are: Red & gold {Gryffindor), blue & bronze (Ravenclaw), yellow & black (Hufflepuff), and green & silver (Slytherin). Take a quiz (here or here) and find out what House you’re in.
    *Pretend like you’ve cooked up your own batch of Poly-juice Potion with animal hair, just like Hermione. Paint your face or dress up like your favorite animal and watch the show with the rest of your furry friends.

    Home Theater Décor:

    *Have a trail of fake spiders winding through your house or even leading out of your house, just like the spiders that are running away from Hogwarts. If you or your guests are scared of spiders, you could always side with Ron and leave a trail of butterflies around your house instead.
    *Decorate and label different parts of your house to match places in the movie. Wherever you are serving the food or eating can be the Great Hall and a couple of different rooms can be the Gryffindor and Slytherin Common Rooms. Have a sign calling your entryway Platform 9 ? and be sure to put a sign up near the bathroom that says “This way to the Chamber of Secrets.”

    Movie Munchies:

    *Aunt Petunia made a fancy Trifle dessert for their dinner guests, but Dobby makes quite a mess of it before they can eat it. Make some for your guests, but serve it to them on a plate, instead of dropping it on their heads.
    *Use some of the things and characters in the movie to make a funny, movie inspired night. You could have “Eat Slugs!” Sandwiches (Sloppy Joes), Fiery Phoenix Fajitas, Gilderoy Lockhart’s Extra Cheesey Mac & Cheese or Angel “Heir of Slytherin” Pasta.
    *For dessert, serve lemon sherbet (like the password to Dumbledore’s office) or floating cupcakes (like the ones used to lure Crabbe and Goyle away.) If you figure out how to get your cupcakes to float, be sure to post pictures on our Facebook page.

    Movie Inspired Adventures:

    *Ron gets a Howler letter from his Mom after he takes the flying car to school. Grab some envelopes, paper, scissors and glue and see if you can create your own Howler letter. You could also decorate notebooks and turn them into your own diaries, so Tom Riddle will have nothing on you after this movie night.
    *Play “Don’t Miss Moaning Myrtle” a version of Pin The Tail On The Donkey. Print off a picture of Moaning Myrtle and some small books and then have everyone stick them to the picture blindfolded. Award 10 points if someone sticks a book on her stomach and 50 points for sticking it on her head.
    *Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets is based on a series of seven books by J. K. Rowling. If you like the enchanting world of Harry Potter, you really should give the books a try as well. There are also 8 total movies, so you could make this a part of a magical movie marathon. For ideas on what to do when you watch the first movie, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, read through our previous Family Movie Night post.

    *LyndiLou* - Movie Mom From The Harry Potter Generation

    Rated PG for scary moments, some creature violence and mild language; 161 min; Directed by Chris Columbus
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Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

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