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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire 2005

Harry finds himself mysteriously selected as an under-aged competitor in a dangerous tournament between three schools of magic...

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just watched this halfway through my harry potter marathon now .
I enjoyed this film. There is some average acting and inconsistancies but overall it is a joy.
a little long but still a good story with really good special effects
to my opinion, the best harry potter movie out of the whole set up to date
This installment is definitely the most mature, and action packed off the franchise yet. All the characters are growing up and have new issues on there minds. Relationships brew in this film with all the three main characters looking for someone to love. There all looking in the wrong places, of course, but we all know who ends up with who anyway. It takes a big leap from the previous harry potter films, and feels a little more disconnected from Hogwarts. Maybe because there weren't really any new 'younger' characters. Anyways, this film is all about Harry having to compete in a deadly challenge with 3 other classmates determining who is the best wizard ever. They go through 3 dangerous, and life threatening, tasks to prove themselves better. They include fighting dragons, swimming with deadly creatures of the black river, and running through a maze that 'changes' you. We finally get really introduced to voldomort, and the sequel is highly anticipated. One of the best potters yet.
very cool visual effects. well done movie. there was alot that needed to be fit in to this film and i think they did it well. i was alittle upset at how litle of the world cup they put into the film due to the fact that it was the first 200 pages of the book but it was only the first ten min of the movie. i really liked the end scene in the graveyard and enjoyed watching the triwizard tourni
A good Harry Potter movie. The challanges were the best scenes.
Another stunner; nothing less. Who shines particularly here is Miranda Richards. It would be perfect if the beginning were, in fact, a beginning.
A load of old posh bollocks really
A fantastic, upbeat, visually stunning masterpiece that keeps its audience entertained while cramming as many of those 734 pages of the book as it can into two and a half hours. Characterization suffers minorly, however we've seen the majority of these characters 3 times before.