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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire – Movie Review

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Chris Stuckmann reviews Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, starring Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint, Gary Oldman, Alan Rickman, Maggie Smith, Michael Gambon, Robbie Coltrane, Robert Pattinson, Tom Felton. Directed by Mike Newell.

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  1. My biggest issue with the film is the Yule Ball. There was literally no need for it to be in the movie, there were some character development moments, but there didn't need to be half an hour of this film dedicated to a dance for that alone. It really felt like the movie became a completely different film for a solid half hour with all the Yule Ball stuff. Maybe it tied in better in the book, but in this movie, it reeaally should've been cut, this movie didn't need to be two hours and forty minutes long.

  2. Wth exactly are you reviewing here? U r just giving description of the very poor version of the book. Pathetic

  3. I gave Goblet of Fire a C. It is my least favorite movie with the exception of Half-Blood Prince.

  4. This film was a major let down for me, personally. I think the reason is because I read the book before watching the movie. What bummed me out the most was that the movie steered so far from the book. And so many little details that were in the book were presented so poorly in the movie. In the book, there are several mysteries that come up and are solved at the end when Dumbledore saves Harry. Speaking of Dumbledore, in the book, he's calm and collected up until the end when he saves Harry, and that's when Harry sees Dumbledore VERY ANGRY as he confronts the villain of the story. (Even though Voldemort comes back, I don't see him as the main villain.) Dumbledore is loud and angry throughout the film. There's also the issue with the first task. That dragon did not break free and chase Harry around the school in the book. That was way too overblown. Did you know the director actually wanted Harry and the dragon to fly through the Forbidden Forrest and start a forest fire? Fact. Thank God they talked him out of that. There were dragon handlers at the first task. I'm pretty sure they, along with Dumbledore, would've called a time out or something as soon as that chain broke. My biggest complaint was Barty Crouch Jr. In the book, he was presumed dead until Dumbledore discovered his true identity and brought down the wrath of God on him in the end. Barty Crouch Jr is shown in the beginning of the movie spoiling the mysteries of the book. To any of you who haven't read the book, I HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT. Especially if you love murder mysteries. There are so many details that weren't covered in the movie, that are really fun to read.

  5. This movie was perfect. It was even better than the third movie. It was more interesting and dark. Harry was so handsome with this new hairstyle.

  6. This is easily my favorite Harry Potter movie, it had the sudden change in emotion between friends as part of growing up, it had a competition aspect to it that made it fun to watch and the showdown between Voldemort and Harry Potter for the first time! It's just great! 👏

  7. I have something to say about this nightgown wearing Dumbledore and that is, Harrison would never have chucked Harry around like a rag doll. Trying too hard to be manly bud.

  8. If you watch this movie right after reading the book, they changed so much of the book’s story to make it appeal to a movie goer that it has ruined it for me. This was by far my favorite book growing up, but I haven’t watched the movie more than maybe 2-3 times compared to 1-3 and 5-7 at least 60 times each

  9. Ron was upset but when he saw the dragon he understood that Harry is not stupid to put his name of fire there was a scene after that which explain it , I would gave this movie A

  10. I really dont like this movie bc they chose to go over with action/comedy rather than mistery/character. The action sequences like the dragon and the lake ones are really good, but they could've use those for other aspects of the story, like how traumatized Harry was after Cedric's death. In the movie its just one scene of him crying and then BOOM hes happy all over again, so his anger on the next film its kind of not justified at all. For the mystery aspect, i could count up to 9 different things that go around and arent explained until the very end. Instead, the movie takes out all of them and just leaves one: Who put Harry's name in the Goblet of Fire?
    I think that this is more of a direction problem, since the director himself confirmed that he didnt like reading the book and didnt pay much attention to it. He also tried to compete againts what Alfonso had created (An inroduction to more of a dark story) and try to make it as different as possible.
    Ofc this is only my opinion.
    (Also sorry if my grammar isnt perfect, english isnt my first language:)

  11. This is the worst movie. The challenges made no sense he almost died for nothing. And people reacted justy weirdly. Ron is also weird. Its a mess

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