Milez Das’s review published on Letterboxd:
I was 8 years old when I watched this movie. I remember this because it was the first time I have seen movie which had magic and quite believable at that time for me. All tough it was not my first movie in theater but my second English language film. First was Titanic. And honestly I didn't understand both of these movies. Titanic was too long for me at that time.
My father took me to the theater to experience this film. My dad was also a movie buff at that time and he wanted me to like something or be interested in something at that age because I always kept quite. When this movie started I was stunned by the scene were Professor McGonagall magically appears from the cat. It was like a hit on my face.
That scene took me interested and my magical journey began with The Boy Who Lived. This movie is more like a magic, a journey, a memory to me. This movie is one my childhood favorite memories and I have kept it in my heart.
Now I am 21 and I am still watching this movie. I have evolved in taste of cinema. I know this movie is not so good to many people or find it dull to watch. But for me this movie is still a 5/5 or 10/10.
It is like a connection to this movie and also the books. J K Rowling made me to read books at the age of 9 when I got this book on my birthday. I don't have that book with me now but the memory still lives.
The Harry Potter series is a for all ages not like the absurd's of Twilight, Divergent or Hunger Games which are for a specific age.
I will always give Harry Potter series a whole marks because they are like a piece of soul in me. Like Horcrux.