Seen at the Movies: I had high hopes for Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban based solely on the participation of director Alfonso Cuarón. After all, the filmmaker who showed such a facility for fantasy in A Little Princess and such a grasp of the rawer side of youth in Y Tu Mamá También had to supply the franchise with something more interesting than Chris Columbus managed in the first two Potter movies, didn’t he? What I didn’t count on was what must be the combined will of author ...

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