Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
Thanks to the alert from one of our readers [who
asks not to be named], we have been pointed to another person who was fortunate
enough to see an early screening of the upcoming film Harry
Potter and the Goblet of Fire!
Early Goblet of Fire Review
Before I begin, let me just correct some of the
things I have stated in previous articles about the Harry Potter
movies. If you have read most or all of our articles concerning Harry
Potter, you should have by now realized that I was one of those who
made fun of people who read Harry Potter only to become an addict
to the series later. Luckily, my first mistake was corrected by a friend
convincing me to read a few chapters from one of the books.
My next error is that I have been pretty up-front on how much better I thought
the film Prisoner of Azkaban was to the predecessors directed by
Chris Columbus. Well, I have recently re-watched the two films by Columbus
and must admit that I plan to swallow those words. The films from Columbus
are extremely well done considering they set up the entire Potter world
and do an exceptional job at giving each character their due [even just
a mention]. So, good work to Chris Columbus.
Now that I have that past me, I have recently been alerted that 'Daniel'
over at MoviesOnline
was one of those present for the early screenings of Harry Potter and
the Goblet of Fire in July. After being screened by security tighter
than that of a nuclear missile silo, 'Daniel' had only great things to say
about the film, even though it was still unfinished. Damn! How good is this
latest installment to the Harry Potter film series? Well, according
to the report, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is the best
Potter film yet. Hot damn! Don't believe? Check out a snippet below:
I have to say that this is my favorite HP film to date. Although the special effects were not complete, they were adequate.
I believe that audiences will absolutely love the new approach to Potter. It's fun, fast, fresh, and familiar. I would not suggest that small children be taken to the film, it would be too scary for the very young. It's mostly a harmless, fun movie, however the violence exists and parents should know there is more blood and terror in this film than in the others. Again, I loved it and I believe this will be a film that you crave to see again and again. I can hardly wait until it is released later this year!
So far we have only had great reports from the
early screenings of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. And, since
the film isn't even finished yet, I cannot wait to see how they adapt this
first of the extremely long Potter books to film.
To read the whole report, head over to MoviesOnline.
For the teaser trailer, movie stills, pics, clips and synopsis, go to the
Harry Potter and
the Goblet of Fire Movie Page.
Stay tuned for updates.