Harry is growing up fast, having to deal with emotions of love, loss and ultimate fear.
- Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire review by CP Customer
Things are getting a bit more serious and adsolescence looms large at Hogwarts, as Harry and friends go fourth. This movie keeps the most of the dark atmosphere of Azkaban but fails to be as coherent. This is probably due to the length of the source material having to be adapted down to a 2 hour film. Harry is troubled by visions of the dark wizard while being chosen to endure the trials of the Tri-wizarding tournament.
Enjoyable and with exciting set pieces, but fails to fully engage some of the time. I'm sure it would all work better on a very big TV though.
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