Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

I must say Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire was by far the superlative Harry Potter flick so far. Although it was long, it did not drag on. It had a nice, mean feel to it. It progressed from scene to scenery with a smoothness that I find to be deficient in many picture adapted from books. The acting has noticeably improved from the first three, and characters have a touch of adulthood.It”s a story of good versus evil with epic feel tagged .Mike Newell, the British director gave his touch to the fourth successor of Harry Potter connection .Well,someone who has not read the book may feel a bit loast as there are some left out things in the movie.There”s a darkness on the edge of Hogwarts, and its name is adolescence. Watch out for this …

Leave a Reply