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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Reviews

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March 27, 2017
This was my least favorite of the movies so far. It was still well made and fun to watch but it wasn't as good as the 1st three. The acting was pretty good but the story seemed so unrelated to the main story arc that it felt unnecessary. It was still a fun story but it didn't feel connected to the other movies, kind of like episodic shows like The X-Files. The climax with Voldemort was good though. Overall, I recommend it but it wasn't as good as the others.
March 21, 2017
It had such a sad ending but I loved it anyways. The best one I've seen.
March 20, 2017
Despite the films getting darker & more 'mature' as the kids get older (& are faced with new dangers), the three leads (Radcliffe, Watson & Grint), still can't act convincingly well enough to carry the blockbuster series, & the 'connect-the-dots' performances from the star support does little to help. The CGI & production value is as ever extremely high, but it's unfortunate that so many films these days focus solely on these elements rather than the actual story narrative & script.
The Potter films don't necessarily get 'better', but are definitely more bearable with each new instalment. This particular film (as with the remaining three), has quite a task of reducing a very long novel into a 150minute running time, yet manages to portray a number of sub plots featuring an array of uniquely different characters to add adequate depth & tension.
March 11, 2017
Not as bad as the 3rd film but still could use plenty of help...
March 10, 2017
it was fly good to watch but... you can't (I don't think anyways) watch it on this app
½ March 10, 2017
Not better than the third, but this fourth entry keeps the franchise going with incredible special effects and topnotch acting.
March 5, 2017
The special effects are great for a 2005 film, and the plot is intriguing. With good dialogue and an epic finale, the fourth HP movie doesn't disappoint.
½ March 5, 2017
Movie night with Gertie.

Parenting first time around i think i thought this was one of the best of the books, but that Azkaban was the pick of the films. I was wrong.

This is a rollicking good film. Perhaps the last fun one, before they try to be cool and oh so dark. It's funny, has a quality Triwizard narrative; and has fun introducing the two other schools. It adopts knowing winks with the Jarvis Cocker cameos etc, and the fumbling, awkward discovery of sexuality. Just the Emo haircuts need to go.
February 21, 2017
its gd but not as gd as the books
February 20, 2017
Harry Potter and the year no one got haircuts.
February 19, 2017
Azkaban and Globet are the best Potter films.
February 15, 2017
Another great installment into the Harry Potter franchise. It is great to see the cast grow and mature just as their character are. The special effects are also getting stronger and stronger. Voldemort is finally here and has lived up to the hype so far. The Triwizard tournament is fun and a great idea. These movies keep getting better and better.
February 6, 2017
one of the best fun lots of imagination
January 22, 2017
this film is so good with the Triwizard ternament all the great actors they put into this film wow!!
January 21, 2017
It was amazing!!!!!!!
January 17, 2017
The film moves the franchise into darker terrain and maturer themes. For what it does lack in storytelling, and some key book points that it leaves on the table, The Goblet of Fire makes up for with compelling drama and exciting action sequences.
½ January 12, 2017
It's great to see these characters grow up from this point. Like just about every Harry Potter movie, Goblet of Fire is a well crafted film that has thrills, great effects, an imaginative atmosphere and great performances.
December 31, 2016
The first film of the series I lost interest in slightly.
½ December 23, 2016
Good, but not quite as good as the book.
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