Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince Trailer & Clips


Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince full movie is released on Jul 15, 2009. Watch Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince online - the English Action movie from United Kingdom , which has achieved a worldwide gross of $934,504,700. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince is directed by David Yates and created by Steve Kloves with Daniel Radcliffe and Michael Gambon. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince is available online on HBO Max and HBO Max Amazon Channel.

During Harry Potter's sixth year at Hogwarts, he finds a book that once belonged to the mysterious Half-Blood Prince that earns him the respect of his new Potions professor Horace Slughorn. In addition, Dumbledore must prepare Harry for the ultimate final confrontation by finding out the secret behind Voldemort's power. Meanwhile, a hidden enemy waits in the shadows to carry out a mission given to him by the Dark Lord.

As know as:

哈利波特:混血王子的背叛, Harry Potter i Princ miješane krvi, Harry Potter ve Melez Prens, Harry Potter i Książę Półkrwi, Harry Potter y el misterio del príncipe

Release Date:

Jul 15, 2009

Release Date (Streaming):

Dec 08, 2009


United Kingdom, United States


English, Latin

Stream Service:

Warner Bros.

Production Companies:

Warner Bros., Heyday Films

Official Site:

Official Facebook

Gross worldwide:



Once again I must ask too much of you, Harry., Dark secrets revealed.


Laremy Legel
I think it's the best of the series, fairly easily, and a testament to why occasionally throwing a massive budget at an endeavor of this scope can be considered a reasonable decision.
by rottentomatoes, May 06, 2011
Giles Hardie
Sydney Morning Herald
If Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince is a roller coaster, it's the tiny train meant for only the very youngest kids, the one that seems to go round and round forever without really ever picking up any pace.
by rottentomatoes, Jul 22, 2009
Anthony Lane
New Yorker
All in all, despite the verve that drives the grander set pieces, it's hard to avoid the sensation of a film toiling overtime to convince itself of its own solemnity.
by rottentomatoes, Jul 20, 2009

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