Seen at the Movies: Maybe it's a function of just being worn down by the popular, but I enjoyed Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets more than its predecessor. Despite his voice cracking, Daniel Radcliffe seems to have taken on new heft and substance in the role of Harry, and the film overall is more absorbingly dark-toned. At 160 minutes, it's way too long in a manner that feels like directorial dawdling (the culprit is Chris Columbus). But I didn't get nearly as restless during this ...

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