Chamber of Secrets: Highlighted Key Differences Between the Novel & Film

November 15th, 2020

"You have heard, of course, that the Ministry is conducting more raids," said Mr. Malfoy, taking a roll of parchment from his inside pocket and unraveling it for Mr. Borgin to read. "I have a few ---- ah ---- items at home that might embarrass me, if the Ministry were to call...." - Lucius Malfoy. Join us as the Riddikulus Crew closes out the second installment of the Harry Potter series, The Chamber of Secrets by highlighting some of the major key differences between the novel and the film. From the smashing of the dessert, to omitting the de-gnoming of the Weasley garden, to leaving out the Deathday Party, changing the type of snake Harry spoke to in Sorcerer's Stone and Valentines Day, there are so many changes and omissions that rushed key build ups and negatively affected the climax moments in the film. With the in-depth analysis that you've come to know and love from us here at Fact or Fantasy, we detail both major and minor differences that stuck out to us. Covering some deviations that really changed the story, and the very few times the film added a unique wrinkle that enhanced the motion picture, stick around as we close out Book 2 in this 7-Book series! In the words of Arthur Weasley, "Ginny! said Mr. Weasley, flabbergasted. "Haven't I taught you anything? What have I always told you? Never trust anything that can think for itself if you can't see where it keeps its brain."

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