13 July 2011
Looking back at Harry Potter- THE GOBLET OF FIRE
In comparison to the two films that preceded and succeeded it, Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire seems like a somewhat undisciplined adaptation, protesting at what has gone before at the same time as it wiles away screen time on diversions such as Moaning Myrtle's attempted bath time seduction of Harry.
However, it preserves the book's constant sense of intrigue and it boasts not only some of the best action sequences in all of the films, but also one of the best endings. As baggy as some earlier scenes may be, it's a strong finish that announces the corporeal Voldemort as a great screen baddy.
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