Yeah, the Harry being the heir of Slytherin was pretty clear in the movie. Probably more pronounced in the book but still clear enough. That was one of the surprising things – you keep guessing who might be involved with the Chamber of Secrets and the movie keeps surprising you.
As an aside, I think people confuse a good script with good dialogue. Dialogue is a crucial part of a script. But there’s more to it, like story structure, pacing and all that. Titanic, I think, had a brilliant script. Unfortunately, it had pretty bad dialogue.
Also, I disliked Fong Sai Yuk for the same reason Wong liked it – it just spanned too many genres. It was an emotional roller coaster – too much for me.