"A child's voice, however honest and true, is meaningless to those who've forgotten how to listen."
Imagination and a magical world reborn, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban excels in magnificent storytelling and in a grand improvement of about everything from the acting to the charm and even to the visual effects as Alfonso Cuarón's direction is much more sophisticated than the last two films put together. This enchanting Harry Potter entry is undoubtedly better than its two predecessors which to be honest, were more on the more side in some of its areas, while the Prisoner of Azkaban continues to rightfully shine single handedly from the evocative cinematography and John Williams. Independent magical vibes are lurking around the entire film from the wonderful transitions and strong editing which are surrounded by a refreshing new world and structure along with expert execution.
Thank God, I can now watch Emma Watson act without cringing for she has thankfully improved.