Harry Potter Movies Online


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Catch all eight films from one of the most revered film series of all time. Start streaming all Harry Potter movies, starring Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, and Rupert Grint, on BigPond Movies now.

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One of the most popular film series of all time, the eight Harry Potter movies transport viewers into a magical world filled with wizards, wands, adventures and a whole lot of magic. Starting off with Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, which was released way back in 2001 when the actor who played the movies titular character – Daniel Radcliffe – was just 12 years old, and culminating with Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2, the tenth highest grossing film of all time, the series dominated movie screens for the best part of a decade. And seven years after the final installment, none of the movies have lost any of their charm and well, magic.

You can find all eight Harry Potter films on Bigpond Movies of Australia, where they’re each available to buy for $12.99. Alternatively, if you don’t think you’ll need the them on hand for an indefinite period of time, you can rent them for just $3.99.

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