The one with... The time-turner, the Patronus charm, the werewolf, the Whomping Willow and the Ian Brown cameo.
The weakest of JK Rowling’s books became the best of the Potter movies. Getting ‘Gravity’ director Alfonso Cuarón behind the camera was a masterstroke: his eye for visual detail resulted in the most immersive film of the series. The performances are natural, the sense of time passing is weirdly affecting and the scary scenes feel like ‘The Evil Dead’ reimagined for BBC teatime. The result might be the best kids’ film of the century – so far.
Hero of the hour This is the one where Hermione punches Draco Malfoy in the face. So it’s her, obviously.