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Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire by lindsey on 19 November 2005 4:37pm
 
I saw this at 12:01 friday morning, and it was totally awesome. Harry looked so hott with his shirt off. And the effects were really cool too.
 
Re: Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire by kazzzz on 19 November 2005 11:01pm
 
What, better than MP in a loin cloth? ;)
 
Re: Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire by voxpops on 20 November 2005 12:10am
 
At a midnight showing here in Vancouver, the audience didn't get to see the last 10 minutes because the film melted in the projector. All attempts to fix it failed, so everyone got their money back.
 
Re: Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire by Carolineh on 20 November 2005 12:11am
 
I saw it on wednesday night (i'm afraid the only perk of working in a cinema!) and really, really enjoyed it! I think it is the best one so far! And I have to say, that things i had imagined from the book were way better than i imagined, in the film. Very enjoybale and i would definitely recommend it!! And i think MP in a loin cloth may have just won by a hair!!
 
Re: Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire by tucsonmike on 20 November 2005 6:06pm
 
I watched the Chamber of Secrets on TV last night. Rowling Industries is going to take over the U.K.
 
Re: Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire by lindsey on 20 November 2005 8:40pm
 
Not as quite as good as MP in a loin cloth, but pretty darn close.
 
Re: Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire by Ahren on 20 November 2005 9:53pm
 
I'm sorry to say that i have never watched a single HP film, nor am i ever going to! It started off sensibly, but has now turned into a grudge (that it went against LOTR) and now its just principles. I wonder why i do it myself sometimes, but i just can't bring myself to watch it. I have to scream and run out of the room if it comes on!!
 
Re: Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire by bandgeek512 on 20 November 2005 11:11pm
 
I saw it on Friday night. I stood in line for almost three hours just so I could get a good seat. :-P

I'm a big fan of Harry Potter, I'm afraid. The books, though, I feel are much better than the movies could ever be. No matter how hard a director tries, the movies will never be as good as the books. This movie was pretty darn good, I must say, though. It was frightfully long, but as the credits came up, I found myself wanting more.

I'm looking forward to the fifth movie, for I want to see how the director is going to handle the situations within the Order of the Phoenix. It's going to be tough.
 
Re: Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire by sighthound on 21 November 2005 12:00am
 
Hi, Ahren!
I can emphathize with your reaction as, initially, I had the exactly the same reaction to the books. I would have nothing to do with them because something about the fans' enthusiasm just rubbed me the wrong way. Then I found myself confined to bed with the flu in a place where the only available books that I hadn't read were Harry Potter. I picked up the first with distain but after the first 50 pages I was hooked and read all the first three books in one weekend, flu notwithstanding.

Give it a try - you might be surprised. (And enjoying HP does nothing to compromise devotion to LOTR.)
 
Re: Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire by bandgeek512 on 21 November 2005 12:04am
 
I think I was too young to remember how I got so attached to the Harry Potter books...I'll have to try to remember it.
 
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