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The Goblet of Fire

Yesterday my Aunt and Uncle took me to see Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. It was a sweet movie. They even treated me to popcorn and a soda! It was really nice to actually get to leave the house and go somewhere thanks to their generosity. I never read any of the Harry Potter books, but I have seen all the movies so far, and own the first three on DVD. I liked all of them, but the last one was probably my least favorite. I think this new one was way better than the last, and easily as good, if not better than the first two! It was a really entertaining story, a nice long movie (2.5 hours), and had a good pace and really good special effects. I won’t go into much details in case anyone who reads this hasn’t seen it yet, I’ll just say it is a really solid film, and is a great way to spend a couple hours and is well worth the price of admission to go check out. And I will be adding it to my “to buy list” of DVDs when it is released and I’m able to actually afford to buy things again someday.


  • Goblet of fire is my least favorite of the series too.
    This is my first visit here but I enjoyed the husker post. I’ll be reading through some archives, hope you don’t mind.

  • Yeah, I thought this one was the best so far, except that John Williams didn’t do the score this time, and I think the movie suffers because of it. But not so much that it isn’t an enjoyable movie to watch. I mean it’s not like LadyHawke, where that crappy new-wave techno soundtrack completely ruined what might have been a somewhat entertaining flick. It’s not that Goblet of Fire’s soundtrack sucks hard, it’s just not a John Williams score.


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