The Order (2001)

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Van Damme plays Rudy whose father, Oscar is an archaeologist. His father goes to Israel. When his father disappears, he goes to Israel to find him. The chief of police claims that his father never entered the country, but an old friend of his father's was expecting him and before he could tell him more, some people start shooting at them. He manages to get away, and when he goes back to the police chief, he still refuses to believe that a crime has been committed. He then has Rudy deported, but Rudy convinces the police woman assigned to bring him to the airport not to and help him find his father.
Ben Cross as Maj. Ben Ner
Charlton Heston as Prof. Walter Finley
Brian Thompson as Cyrus Jacob
Jean-Claude Van Damme as Rudy Cafmeyer / Charles Le Vaillant
Alon Abutbul as Avram
Vernon Dobtcheff as Prof. Oscar Cafmeyer
Sasson Gabai as Yuri
David Leitch as Det. Mike Moran
Sofia Milos as Lt. Dalia Barr
Joseph J. Tomaska as Goldman (as Joey Tomaska)
Jack Widerker as Executive
Sami Huri as Lieutenant Itsik
Abdel Qissi as Big Arab
Sharon Reginiano as Bassam
Peter Malota as Amnon
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It was a poor stand alone movie and if you haven't read J.K. Rowling's HP: TOOTP don't see the film until you do. For the many new characters the development was poor. The transitions between events were very abrupt. Too many things were left out for non-readers to really know what was going on, for ex. Kreecher the house elf roaming through the house grumbling to himself,talking to the painting of Sirius' mother. The painting was behind a curtain so the audience never sees her or knows who she is and she's not even shouting, only someone who's read the book would even know what that scene was, so it's basically wasted space. The Weasley brother's dropping out of school, although entertaining, didn't live up to Rowling's version at all and was one of the very few joyous moments from the book that made it into the movie. No Quidditch! The other HP movies always had a good balance between the highs and the lows, this one is all emotional lows. The SFX were good at least. Disappointing.


Unlike many, I have actually read all the Harry Potter books. Different from the other movies, I felt this one included more of the book and didnt leave people who havent read the book guessing throughout the whole movie. (Muchlike HP and Goblet of Fire) I would reccomend this movie to anyone and truly think it is a must-see.


Even though I read the book and knew what was going to happen I was still on the edge of my seat most of the movie!


This movie was the best harry potter film that has hit the scene. The film focused on the book better than the last two. Every one expects the movie to be exactly like the book. It's impossible. Things must be taken out to insure good timing and less confusion. The only big things that were not in the movie was Dobby the house elf (him finding the room of requirement) and when harry went into the department of mysteries (there were a lot of rooms that were in the book but not in the movie); there was also no Quidditch and the setting was twisted in some places. But I must say that even though there were many book facts left out, it did not do as nearly as much damage to the book as the Goblet of Fire did(Goblet of Fire movie was the worst out of the series). Other than that the movie was quite amazing and entertaining. I would say the battle between Dumbledore and Voldermort was a the greatest part of the movie. Warner Bros. really out did themselves with this soon to be classic.


David Yates is a brilliant director, as shown in this new Harry Potter movie. He picked up the pieces, left by three other directors and made a fabulous film that (in my opinion) is the best Potter film yet. The death eaters were frightening, the acting was more realistic, and the story made sense. Even if you had never read the book, you still would have known what was going on. This movie has you hooked through the whole thing and never leaves you thinking "huh? what was that supposed to be?" like some of the other films. This being said, you still have to remember that this is a movie based off of a book (the longest book in the Potter series), so of course it leaves things out. I am a very big Harry Potter fan, but I was not disappointed with the things Yates chose to leave out. This is the only Potter film that follows the theme of the book so well that you don't need to know every detail of the book in order to follow the plot of the movie.

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