Emma Watson, Rupert Grint, Daniel Radcliffe, Alan Rickman, Gary Oldman, Maggie Smith, Robbie Coltrane, Brendan Gleeson,
Miranda Richardson, Shirley Henderson and Ralph Fiennes
Format Used: My Own DVD
Contains: Graphic Violence
Harry has been having disturbing nightmares about Wormtail, Voldermort and a new villian that he has never seen before. To
make matters worth, a day at the Magic Carnival leads to disaster as the Death Eaters attack.
But as Harry returns to Hoggswort for another semester, things were going back to normal. But this year is the year Hoggwarts
have been selected for the Tri-Wizard cup and because of the dangerous nature of the game, only seniors are allowed to put
there names in the Goblet of Fire, which will choose from the three schools.
But someone has slipped Harry's name in the Goblet and now dispite his age, Harry must compete in this tournement. Who
slipped his name into the Goblet of Fire, what does it have to do with Voldermort and the recurring nightmare?
But that doesn't really bother me, this is the first Harry Potter movie to be rated PG-13, which is a little harsh considering
what happens. I've seen more violence in a plan PG movies in the old days. The rating board is too strict, it's time to reform
of dissolve the rating system. Other countries don't blind fold children from he very world around us. that's just stupid.
Anyway, about the movie, the characters are all there, I like the new character of Madeye. Now Harry has to face something
more terrifying then giant three headed dogs, men with two faces, giant spiders, giant snakes that kill by looking at you
or even fire breathing dragons, asking a girl out on a date. That's one terror he may not be able to face. Anyway, I didn't
like the fight between Harry and Ron, good friends shouldn't fight over stupid things. All and all another good installment
of the series and I give it 9 STARS.
I agree with Zedd that is getting darker, but darker only means brighter if he finally defeats Voldermort once and for all.
I am waiting for that day! But the effects are perfect, the characters are perfect as normal. I also agree about friends
fighting over something stupid. But that hormones for you. I got to admit I can't wait for the ORDER OF THE PHEONIX. I
to give it...9 STARS!
ON THE POSITIVE SIDE (+ HITS):
+ CAST (As like the last three films, a great cast.)
+ ACTING (Great acting.)
+ STORY (Even though it's really dark. It works.)
+ EFFECTS (The effects are really cool.)
+ MONSTER DESIGNS (As like the last three films, I love the monster designs.)
ON THE NEGATIVE SIDE (- MISSES):
- RATING (I think it was unjust and unfair that this movie got a PG-13 rating, it doesn't deserve it.)
- RON AND HARRY FIGHTING (Friends shouldn't fight.)
- FAN BASED (If you didn't like the first three movies, a Jahova Witness or any religion that feels all magic is evil. Then
this is not for you and if you are in the latter, seek professional help and get a f***ing life, will ya!)