Jameson Empire Awards 2013
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EMPIRE HERO AWARD DANIEL RADCLIFFE
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Jameson Empire Awards 2013 Winner - Empire Hero Award - Daniel Radcliffe

WHAT WE SAID ABOUT THE WOMAN IN BLACK (2012)... Daniel Radcliffe seems initially too young to be playing a solicitor with a four year-old son, even if he is permanently stubbled for extra manliness, but it's solid casting. He's considerably more youthful than any of the adults in Crythin Gifford, which adds to his outsider status and enhances the fact that others know so much more than him.
Read Empire's The Woman In Black review

ON HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATHLY HALLOWS: PART 2 (2010)... This is Daniel Radcliffe's hour, with Hermione and Ron very much in supporting roles as Harry steps forward to meet his destiny. His encounters with Voldemort are brutal - very much an adult targeting a child rather than a clash of equals. And while Radcliffe remains reined in as an actor, that is by this stage a feature of the character, and his performance has moments of quiet brilliance.
Read Empire's Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part 2 review

ON DECEMBER BOYS (2007)... Radcliffe manages the Australian accent with barely a quaver, and gives a good impression of a much less secure character than we're used to seeing from him.
Read Empire's December Boys review

ON HARRY POTTER AND THE PHILOSOPHER'S STONE (2001)... It's Radclife who leads us through Harry's journey from open-jawed underdog to pint-sized hero. Sympathetic and strong, brave and believably ordinary, he becomes the audience's counterpart in this weird world of witches and wizards.
Read Empire's Harry Potter And The Philosopher's Stone review




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