EVEN MORE EYES’ retrospective series ‘Nostalgia Hits Differently‘ has two very opinionated critics, James and Imo, learn that nostalgia ain’t what it used to be.

The second episode has Imo and James notice the ‘Harry Potter’ franchise maturing – to the point where the adolescent cast aren’t demonstrably their character’s age (getting a razor soon, Potter?)

The misadventures continue!

They discover:

How the grim-laden, but stylistically savvy, ‘The Prisoner of Azkaban’ (2004) unleashes not one device that shatters the world and plot, but two…

why ‘The Goblet of Fire’ (2005), overflowing with action, was a trial too tedious for one of the critics…

and when Michael Gambon’s performance as the formerly serene Headmaster suggests that Dumbledore’s certainly got piles.

This is the second of four episodes that will overanalyse the themes, character development and gaping plot holes across the eight instalments of the ‘Harry Potter’ franchise.

Part One (Episode # 6) can be listened to here.

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