Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
Jennifer from Donegal, 31 Aug 2009
This instalment sees Harry and friends having to deal not only with teenage hormones but also with the very real threat of the Dark Lord.Dumbledore is replaced as the Ministry of Magic being short-sighted in it's assessment of the threat.In terms of the benchmark set down by the previous films just as good and perhaps with the heroes getting older more for the adults to enjoy as well.
Harry Potter and the Goblet of fire.
Lauren from Roscommon, 16 Aug 2007
The TriWizard tournament is on and it's meant to be for students 17 and over but how did Harry's name get placed in the goblet of fire and why was he picked?
Well this is a Harry Potter film and it's one of the darker ones I thought anyway. you either love them or hate them. I quite liked this one. I wouldn't advise this for young children as it's a bit scary in places.
Improving series but behind the books curve
Rónán from Dublin, 05 Jun 2007
The 4th installment probably was the best so far but to me has two major problems. The main one being the films still don't seem to capture the spark that brings the books to life. the other one being that you are watching the film of the book after 1 or 2 more books have been issued in the series. For fans of the books then the movies are almost anti-climaxes.
Harry entertains again.
Ciaran from Dublin, 21 May 2007
The Harry Potter movies have solidly delivered each time and this is no exception. Possibly the best of the lot so far this delves into deeper and darker themes and the weight of the plot thickens with each episode. More decent vsiuals and good performances from the leads brings the book to life again.
Harry Potter & the goblet of fire
Cara from Dublin, 01 Dec 2009
Love all the Harry Potter films and this was no different. Good to see other schools being involved as this broadens the characters and story lines.
I will confess that I haven't read any of the books. Love The game of Quidditch - wish they had it when i was in school.