Director: Mike Newell
Stars: Emma Watson, Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Richard Harris.
Synopsis: The forth movie in the series based on the novels by J.K. Rowling. Harry finds himself competing in tournament between rival schools of magic, but he is distracted by recurring nightmares.
Review: Harry has been entered into a tournament he feels that he is not ready for. His temperament is now volatile, especially towards Draco Malfoy. Of course Malfoy says all the right things to make the situation worse. I say ‘worse’ just like Malfoy’s mental health of course. Honestly Draco is too damn old to behave the way he does. When he was just a kid I could understand that he may have been acting out, but know? Harry is not calm, cool, and collected like he use to be. Anger and frustration fills his head when he is presented with a situation that he did not ask for. Instead of going with the flow and adapting like he did in the other earlier films, he confronts the situation with hard power and when that does no work he tries to adapt.
In this wizard tournament Harry is tested to his absolute limits and only true grit will save him now. Is it all part of the plan? The tournament is designed to be a diplomatic convention of sorts to show cooperation with the different houses and schools of magic. So naturally Dumbledore wants every thing to go perfectly. I think this is the first time we see Dumbledore truly angry. He play more of a leader and not just a father figure for Harry. He take command of situations and shows why he is the head of Hogwarts and not just some spectator.
Snape is now hitting the kids. Hogwarts has to be the most inept wizard school around. They let this psycho hit Ron repeatedly? Seriously, what a nut. Ron has a lot to learn about women. He is almost completely hopeless really. He takes everything so seriously that he forget to enjoy life while you still have it and to cherish the friends that you have still have them. But of course Ron is young and thinks that he knows every thing.
I see these films getting progressively better one after the other. I like how Harry is always getting stronger and better as a wizard and the fact that the movie plot moves forward with the antics of Voldemort. The film is shot just as well as the others. This one is better than the others before it. Its more of a regular movie than something just for kids. Its OK for a wizard movie and I do like how it moves the plot forward.
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