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The Fourth One

I have never read any book of Harry Potter series. It means that I'm not a Potter fan or something like that, but I don't hate him either. On the other hand, as a movie lover, I've seen all the four Harry Potter movies. Every story and its events have been darker than the previous part. The first two movies - specially the first one - were childlike movies, but the third one was one of the best movies of the last year and I really love it! And now, the fourth movie goes the way the third one has passed. It's dark and not childlike.

'Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire' tells the story of the fourth year of Harry's life in Hogwarts where Triwizard Tournament will be hosted. One champion will be selected from each of the three wizarding schools to compete in a series of life-threatening tasks in pursuit of winning the coveted Triwizard Cup. The Goblet of Fire selects the champions to enter the tournament.
After that, when the goblet selected three students for the match and the tournament is going to get started, the goblet spits out Harry Potter's name.

The movie is directed by Mike Newell (Mona Lisa Smile) and for the first time in this series, Ralph Fiennes plays as Lord Voldemort. 'Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire' is rated PG-13 for sequences of fantasy violence and frightening images.

[The Young Wizard Puts Away Childish Things | Manohla Dargis]
[My dear Harry | Comicland]
[The movie's official website]

+ December 4, 2005 10:00 PM

Hello Hamidreza :)

I have seen the first three Harry Potter movies. I really liked them! Like you, I have not read the books, but maybe I will some day. I haven't gotten around to seeing the new movie yet, but I would like to.
I will visit your blog more often now that I know you are back. :)

ive read all the harry potter books and i nearly new them all off by heart. ive seen the movies too, but they are not as good as the books.
If you liked the third film, you are going to LOVE the third book.
The books are much more darker, more mysterious and much much more detailed than the movies.
Personly, i dont like the films much, though i think the forth film is the close to the book itself.
The thing about Harry Potter that made it popular, is the cleverness JKR has used while writing them, You can never guess what happenes untill you get to the last page, and most of the time you have guessed wrong.
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I really like your weblog, I think its great.
thats it for now. you probably have a headache now, im such a chatter box, soz

The frist few books were much better than the films.