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  The Chatter Box : Blathering On
  
  
  
 
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Re: Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire by intrepid on 24 November 2005 2:22pm
 
Hmm. In the sketch department, what was the name of the "gardener and tax official" who was the first victim of creatures from another planet?
 
Re: Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire by lindsey on 24 November 2005 5:00pm
 
I could see John Cleese as Voldemort, and then the rest of the crew as the Death Eaters. Graham were still around, he could be Moody.

Question:
Does Moody remind you of your crazy uncle who never remembers your name?
 
Re: Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire by namesti on 27 November 2005 7:53pm
 
I am sorry, what does this have to do with MP travels=real life vs. Wizard stories?
 
Re: Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire by namesti on 27 November 2005 7:57pm
 
I am sorry, what does this have to do with MP travels=real life vs. Wizard stories?
 
Re: Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire by lindsey on 28 November 2005 1:42am
 
Harry Potter shows a teenage wizard "traveling" through life to meet his destiny. Plus he's British and MP is British. Oh, and John Cleese plays a nearly headless ghost; therefore, since MP is a Python and JC is a Python. It goes together in a strech.
 
Re: Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire by Spursfan on 28 November 2005 8:19am
 
Not only that, but this is the 'Blathering On' section - i.e we talk about anything and everything here!!

You could say 'what has the London Bombings, George Best, various hurricanes, etc to do specifically with MP'.

Go with the flow!

Anne
 
Re: Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire by Ahren on 28 November 2005 7:02pm
 
lol, lighten up!
 
Re: Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire by jane_whittingham on 12 December 2005 7:57am
 
i just saw the movie last night... omg..so many cute guys...cedric *sniff*...and harry in the bath...and viktor... and ballroom dancing..and amazing special effects...sooooo good!!! And I agree with sighthound. I am a passionate LOTR fan, but I still enjoy Harry Potter, I don't see why you can't love both, right? Share the love :-)
 
Re: Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire by sighthound on 12 December 2005 7:34pm
 
Has anyone seen it in IMAX yet? The IMAX version doesn't open until January here.
 
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