In Theaters July 15
They're too long, too complicated, and so bloody English. But those impediments let alone the viewer's challenge of sitting through a 2-1/2hr. film without a bathroom break don't trouble the kids (and adults) who have been as faithful to the movies as they were addicted to the books, and who helped spur the five previous Potter films to a worldwide take of $4.5 billion. Episode six, delayed from last November's release to secure a prime summer slot, is likely to change nothing. The pressures on the teenage wizard will mount, the plexes will be packed and since director David Yates, who did a fine job with Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, is back at the helm the movie should be pretty darned good.