The fifth film about The Boy who Lived was directed by David Yates and distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures in 2007. It became the 32nd highest-grossing film of all times.
The script for this film was written on the fifth book of J.K. Rowling about a young wizard, known world-wide as Harry Potter – the Order of Phoenix. Children and adults from all over the world are waiting for being plunged into the atmosphere of this magical world that the author created for us. The world inhabited not only by wizards, but also by such fascinating creatures as goblins, dragons, house-elves and dementors.
It is based on the confrontation of good and evil forces. Last year Harry became one of the participants of the dangerous Triwizard Tournament, a magical contest held between the three largest wizarding schools of Europe. The last contest, held in the maze, leads to the returning of one of the darkest wizards of all times – Lord Voldemort. But the Ministry of Magic is not inclined to believe to the story of a 15-year old child. They do not want to acknowledge that dark times are coming. But protection is strongly needed.
Albus Dumbledore, the headmaster of Hogwarts, founds a secret organization – the Order of Phoenix – to fight with Death Eaters, who serve to Voldemort by torturing and killing people.
This year Harry is about to face with the dark side of himself and with mockery and distrust from the other students and even teachers. But he is not all alone, but with his loyal friends Ron and Hermione besides. They are going to break a hundred of school rules and to learn fighting themselves. And Harry has to find the way of closing his mind from dark forces. Voldermort searches for something that is going to change two destinies and to give some answers.
The final battle scene is a masterpiece of the director. Visual effects, in addition to the soundtracks of Nickolas Hooper and John Williams, make us to forget about the real world and fight alongside the members of the Order of Phoenix.
“Happiness can be found even in the darkest of times, if one only remembers to turn on the light”