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    Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Review

    This is my first, but not last LO review of a film, and thus i would like to make clear certain things. The first thing being that I have a great love for cinema. Everytime i sit to watch a film i am taken by its majesty and beauty. The second thing being that i am going to evaluate every movie on a 0-4 star scale. So back to harry potter......

    Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ****

    "[Goblet] explores a wide emotional range", Roger Ebert. This is probably the best quote capturing the film that i have seen. Goblet weaves between the fast paced and exiting events of the first challange of the tri-wizard tournament, to the heart filled scenes where harry tries to find a date for the ball, until finally descending into the dark, tragic and scary climax of the film which begins with a maze with a preliminary warning from Albus Dumbledore something like, 'you will find no dragons or monsters in this maze, but you may loose yourselves'.

    All of these emotions are prefectly captured by director Mike Newell. I enjoyed every minute of this film, and no i never read the book. This is by far the best Harry Potter film since and including the first movie. This movie sweeps you away into a world of wizards and witches that anyone would be happy to live in, as harry says after entering a tent that seems small on the outside, yet that expands to a huge house on the inside, "I love magic".

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    This sounds rather promising, unlike the previous few movies of Harry Potter. I might even watch it.

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    i didnt mind the last Potter movie, although Daniel Radcliffe is a goit..its nice that they are using proper directors now, and not Chris "my only 'good' film is Home Alone, i sound like an explorer" Columbus.
    Might check this one out...thanks
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    I'd recomend it as well, though it is a fair bit darker themed than the previous three.
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