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Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire (2 Discs)

Featuring: Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson & Rupert Grint

Format: DVD | Rating: 12 years & over

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  The Goblet of Success!

| | See all Harrykalamata's reviews (13)

This movie is completely an action movie than a child-ish one. I loved it!

Hogwarts hosts a dangerous tournament where three schools of magic choose a champion to fight three extremely dangerous tasks.
Everything turns bad when Harry's name is being submitted to the Goblet and he is being chosen as a champion along with Cedric Digory, the tasks are hard and Harry is only 14, but what awaits for him at the end, is beyond dangerous...

  Enjoyed this alot!

| | See all HarryPotterGuru's reviews (8)

This one definitely deserves 5 stars. The acting seemed to go up tenfold from the main trio and the other teen roles. The adults were great too.

I love the story of this one and it even has some funny parts. It has the magic that the we loved the first film for. This is surely not a boring HP film. A lot happens and you will not be disappointed.

Bonus disc is okay but not as good as the previous HP bonus discs we all know and love.

This is probably my favourite HP film. It's a very hard choice though, I LOVE THEM ALL!

I try to find something negative to say about in all my reviews but I can't really fault this. It's just a very enjoyable film. Go buy!! and for Harry Potter fanatics, it's a must! xD

  Year 4

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Refreshing that the 4th installment in this series moves away from the detective mystery storyline of the previous movies. Fantastic effects and charm throughout that unfolds more of the overall storyline towards the end. 9/10

  Ignorant of the potter-verse, but enjoyed this

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Firstly let me say I have not read the books. This is the first Potter film I actually engaged with. I think the acting lessons might actually be having some sort of impact. I loved David Tennant's lil role - that was something I didn't expect. Miranda Richardson and alan rickman were both on top form. It really is the cast that keeps me coming back to these movies. That, and my friends HAVE read the books and are completely in love with them. You should have seen them swooning over Cedric.

There seemed to be a lot of material to get in to the run time but it flowed quite well.

I laughed so loudly at ron telling harry to 'P*ss off'. I was in the cinema at the time...luckily a few other people chuckled too.

  An average film poorly adapted from a great book

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After the first three Harry Potter movies, this is a bit of a let-down. With the book being so long it was obvious that a lot would have to go but too much of the wrong stuff went. Harry, Ron and Hermione are all teenagers now and thus, in the normal way of teenagers, they're obsessed with sex but so what? This is supposed to be a magical adventure movie, not a half-baked love story!

Vital chunks of the basic plot are missing, not least the dirty secret that Barty Crouch tries so hard to hide but ultimately fails - and what happened to Winky the house elf? I've given it three stars because it's still worth watching but it could, and should, have been so much better!

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  Good Film And Brilliant Ending!

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I wouldn't say its the best or my favourite out of the 5 films so far but its certainly up here in my opinion in the top 3, i'd say my favourite moments were probably the Voldemort (Ugly) vs Harry (Needs a hair cut) Dual and the Yule Ball especially the big argument between Hermione (Who certainly isn't the bucktoothed chipmunk she was in the first film is she?) and Ron (Who also needs a hair cut and is a bit over jealous although i do hate Krum) I feel it deserves a 8.5/10 rating.

  My favourite out of all the ones out so far !

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This is the film of the year and the best out of hp series so far.yes better than order of the pheonix. The film is also the right length and even my mum who normally does get bored at the cinema she sat and enjoyed this film.

Must buy ! :P


| | See all curkoguy888's reviews (124)

2nd best Harry Potter film (5th one being the best). the storyline was probally the best so far, the challenges harry has to do are amence the maze was a brilliant build up to the end, very dark. the ending was sad, but so fantastic, Harry v.s Voldimort.

  The best potter

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This is by far the best potter, it's darker, more emotional and has a great big story with some amazing scenes and magical action, dragons, merpeople and damned mazes and a gripping and emotional ending, an enchanting epic that's full of pure magical delight.

  another brilliant film

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This film is still just as amazing as all the other harry potter films and in this the special effects and triwizard tournament are very good. The tasks and the voldemort scene at the end of the film are the best bits but the whole film is extremely good!!!