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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire



Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
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PG 13 (M in Australia and a fantastic summer flick)

A worthy addition to the Harry Potter series, the movie is packed with all the main events without forgetting the slower scenes and the blossoming romance between Harry and his crush.

The most dangerous year at Hogwarts yet, Harry is thurst into the limelight as a Champion participating in the Triwizard competition. Sniggering Malfoy and his cronies get a break from school pranks while the heroic trio are caught up in the middle of the competition and love triangles.

The inevitable face off with Voldemort is delivered masterfully with Ralph Fiennes as the dark Lord. The returning cast as their characters are a warm treat as we watch them grow up onscreen and offscreen.

Some finer details that have been edited out may be explained better by picking up the hardcopy and settling in for a good read - such as the Quidditch World Cup which unfolds in over 100 pages.

Overall a wonderful watch and marvellous replay value. The long movie is fantastic on the wide screen and lives up to the hype.

Starring: Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint...
Running time: 2 hours, 37 mins




Rating: 3.00 (2 votes) - Added: 5/12/2005
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