With this having been the first DH film I ever watched (and the only one so far I have seen upon its original theatrical release), I hold a quiet sense of satisfaction that over time it seems to have become generally people's favourite of the series, next to the original. It is much more original than its predecessor, and has much higher-caliber supporting players in Jeremy Irons and Samuel L. Jackson--not to mention the best director the franchise has ever had. This was great to see once again, and I STILL have nightmares with that wicked Katya (played by composer Sam Phillips) slicing my head off...
Cinergi Pictures Entertainment
20th Century Fox
2 hr 08 mins
$ 90,000,000.00 (Estimated)
$ 366,101,666.00 (USA)
$ 276,101,666.00 (Estimated in USA)
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