Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

I have written a new Pensieve article — a review of the extra features on the Prisoner of Azkaban DVD.

One of you who bought the DVD besides me: did you have to turn the volume up very high in order to hear the dialogue? I know that British people talk more quietly than Americans, but I hadn’t noticed this problem with the movies before. Is it my copy? Or is the sound quality not too good? On the other hand, it sounded fine through the headphones on the computer. If it is my TV or DVD player, then I must say this is the only movie I’ve noticed having a problem, aside from the Twin Peaks pilot, which is noted for sound issues in general.

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  1. Hub and his parents always have the TV turned up MUCH louder than I like, so I didn't notice any sound problems. One thing about the extras, though, was the interviews along with the shrunken head. The intro was funny, but during the actual interviews the head butting in got on my nerves and seemed a bit forced. I haven't had a chance to watch much more, but I did like some of the extra scenes and wish they had left in quite a few of them.

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