Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is the fourth movie in the Harry Potter series. It’s the one I’ve watched the most, don’t ask me why because it’s not even my favorite! :p But I still really loved the movie, and the end breaks my heart each time I see it…
The fourth year of school has finally started at Hogwarts, but with a twist. Hogwarts will host the Triwizard Tournament. When Harry, who is not of legal competing age, is chosen as an additional champion for Hogwarts, all hell will break loose at Hogwarts. Could all of this be the work of Lord Voldemort?
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As I said before, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is the movie that I’ve watched the most. It came out in 2005 when I was 10. I remember watching it in the theater and being amazed at everything that happened on the screen. Maybe that’s why it always held a special place in my heart. That, and the ending, which always managed to make me cry and break my heart. It might also be because I’m French, and this movie gave me the hope of being a French witch. :p
In this movie, Harry, Ron, and Hermione, and most of the other students, are really starting coming into their own. It’s also the movie where the characters start to physically resemble their book counterparts.
I always loved the fact that Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire gave us an insight into the Wizarding World at large. With the appearances of the French and Bulgarian witches and wizards. Plus, I’m French, so I really loved seeing my country represented, even though some of the actors portraying French people are British.
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is truly the start of the end. It’s where we see Voldemort reforming himself and his army and start to attack Harry on his own. Which is also an aspect of the movie that I really loved.
Should you see Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire?
Of course, I know right now, J.K. Rowling kind of sucks and it’s not really what any of us expected from her after writing Harry Potter. But still, you shouldn’t let that stop you from watching, and reading, Harry Potter!
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