Harry enters his fifth year at Hogwarts, with the return of Voldemort on the loose; Harry, Ron and Hermione must start training for Dumbledore’s Army. However, Dolores Umbridge is appointed by the ministry to control the standards and rules of Hogwarts.

‘Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix’ isn’t as magical as the previous four installments, however is still a magical ride. The film offers the amazing showdown climax of Voldemort and Dumbledore, with Harry ready to fight against Voldemort’s army, Death Eaters.

‘Order of the Phoenix’ is not as consistent with the narrative like the first four films where, however offers enough emotional character development, exciting action sequences, good use of visual effects and some fine acting performances, with praises to Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Michael Gambon.