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I have now read quite a few reviews from the secret
test screening of Harry
Potter and the Goblet of Fire and am pleased to say that
not a one has been negative and most reports have no problem calling Goblet
the best Potter film yet. Since the fever is still high for these reviews,
I decided to pick one more of the latest reviews from your standard moviegoer
and post a portion [the summary] of it here.
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Review
Capone, a standard writer over at AICN
was somehow able to catch the special screening of Harry Potter and
the Goblet of Fire and wrote in his own gushing review. One of the
nice differences to this review is the fact that Capone has never read a
single Harry Potter book, hopefully meaning that he is not blinded
by Harry Potter fever [hard not to be though] and wrote his review from
the stance of your common moviegoer. Check out a snippet of his review here:
I think I’m going to end my thoughts there because so much of what I felt while watching this movie was a variation of “That is so cool; can’t wait to see it finished.” This is the best one, folks. There’s really no two ways about it. The acting is so much better than the perfectly acting third film, and the story and emotions add such a layer to this already explosive series. I think I may hold off on reading any of the books until all of the films are completed. I like going in pure like this. If a person who has no connection to this universe likes these films, they’ve got to be doing something right.
To check out the entire Harry Potter and the
Goblet of Fire review head over to AICN.
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire comes to theatres on November