Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire
The fourth part is beginning with the description of Harry's summer vacation which he's spending with his friends, before his forth year at Hogwarts will begin. Willing to visit The Quidditch World Cup, they buy the tickets for Final, where they witness people dressed like Lord Voldemort setting fire there after the match is over, that eventually causes the magical community go mad. Hogwarts is hosting a magical tournament this year, which is usually held between three famous schools of magic, Hogwarts, Durmstrang and Beauxbatons, called The Triwizard Tournament. The contestants are chosen by Goblet of fire, the magic object, and the only requirement is to be above the age of 17. Suddenly Harry Potter becomes the contestant, The Fourth Champion, as in the night of selection The Goblet disgorged four names instead of the usual three. He is being forces to go through extremely difficult tasks as there is a well-known rule that magic can't be undone.
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December 08, 2014 Much of the credit goes to Radcliffe and his co-stars, who have become better actors with each film. They have become increasingly adept at conveying great emotion as each film demands more of them.Read in Source
December 08, 2014 For those like me who are outside but sympathetic to the faith, it looks like another handsomely made, good-natured and high-spirited family movie, which is dramatically stymied through being locked within school grounds.Read in Source
December 08, 2014 The adolescent subplot is treated sweetly by Newell. The awkward dances and dating faux pas at the school ball feel like additions from some other, less mythic series, and form a welcome respite from the intense magic-making of the rest of the film.Read in Source
December 08, 2014 Kloves has streamlined J. K. Rowling's 700-plus-page opus into cinematic fighting form. And the special effects, which threatened to overwhelm the first two movies, are seamlessly integrated.Read in Source
October 18, 2008 Goblet has enough sense of real kids maturing and believably facing problems to cast some genuine spells.Read in Source
June 27, 2011 A marked disappointment after Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, this fourth installment in the franchise is a 157-minute holding pattern.Read in Source
December 08, 2014 For the first time, adults might actually enjoy a Harry Potter film as much as children.Read in Source
November 22, 2013 Goblet of Fire is more effective in these smaller, more intimate moments than in the bloated bombast of its larger set pieces.Read in Source
December 08, 2014 In its last third, The Goblet of Fire builds to a climax of such overpowering dread that you might just forget the rest. Harry grows up in an instant, and the film does, too.Read in Source
The Age (Australia)
December 08, 2014 Goblet is really just a glorified, 157-minute teaser trailer, an empty epic of proportions that truly stagger.Read in Source
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Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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