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    Harry Potter & The Goblet of Fire

    I like Harry Potter movies, so shoot me And I can't wait for the next installment!

    I read the Goblet of Fire when it first came out.. like in 2000 ? I completely forgot everything that happened, but the previews have me remembering the Tri-Wizard tournament, Yule Ball, Cho Chang (damn she fine!), and Voldemort's official return...

    I think Ralph Fiennes was a great choice for Voldemort. He's good at playing good-looking on the outside, but ugly on the inside, type of guys. He was already the ultimate villian in movie history when he played Amon Goeth on Schindler's List.

    So... anyone else stoke about Potter
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    dude, someone needs to set the sicko police on you.
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    I'm pretty stoked about it. One of my favorite concept artists in the world worked on it (Dermot Power).

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    Tim Roth was originally going to be casted as Snape. I'm still pissed as hell that it never happened.

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    i would jump movie-snapes bones any day of the week.
    see, this is the legal and correct way to be a total weirdo perv.
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    man the way mad eye looks pisses me off like none other. the eye looks gay, the person they casted isnt how they described him in the least... oh well we'll see.

    i think an good choice would be that military guy frm the show on the history channel called mail call. he was also the bad cop in the newer texas chainsaw massacre. i think that kind of attitufe would have been perfect... i dunno about how he looks tho.
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    http://www.eonline.com/News/Items/0,1,17673,00.html

    Why would someone would do this . And how did they get away with this.

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    I saw the commercial tonight and can't wait to see the movie now. I heard somewhere that they stole the car right off of the set too. Bummer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gauge
    Tim Roth was originally going to be casted as Snape. I'm still pissed as hell that it never happened.
    The funny thing is he declined so he could be in Planet of the Apes. Good choice there, Tim!

    I was originally pretty disappointed Tim Roth wasn't going to be Snape, but Alan Rickman has totally made the role his own, and I can't imagine anyone else playing Snape.

    Unlike Intern, I love the way Mad-Eye looks. Brendan Gleeson wasn't my first choice, but I really like what I've seen so far.



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    Mickey Rourke as... Mad Eye Moody
    Quote Originally Posted by Gauge
    Tim Roth was originally going to be casted as Snape. I'm still pissed as hell that it never happened.
    wow, you don't say? That would have been really cool... but maybe Tim Roth is to young. I think Alan Rickman is a very good Snape, but still.. Tim Roth!



    If it were up to me, here is who would be who...

    Tommy Flanagan as... Sirius Black
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    Scott Glenn as... Barty Crouch
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    Danel Day Lewis as... Scrimgour
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    Samuel L. Jackson as... Kinglsey Shacklebot
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    Daryl Hannah as... Mrs. Malfoy
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    Kathy Bates as... Umbridge
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    Quote Originally Posted by sour
    i would jump movie-snapes bones any day of the week.
    see, this is the legal and correct way to be a total weirdo perv.
    *nods in agreement*


    Damn, now it's out..


    I was also dissapointed with Mad Eye Moody. I think the actor they got was fine, but that eyeball just isn't matching what I had imagined in my head. I was thinking of an abnormally large eyeball, pitch black, sort of like an 8-ball that rotates independently of the other eye.
    I think someone needs to reread the books

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    well the eye is supposed to be larger. but its supposed to be blue. i had pictured it a light blue with a darker blue iris. and maybe even slightly glowing.


    for some reason i pictured umbridge as a short fat black girl. almost like star jones just uglier (can it tho )

    but man that eye patch is the most hideous thing ever
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    I support Parker's choices except for Sirius. I think Gary Oldman was a great choice, and remember that Sirius has to be about the age of a 14 year old's father. Which is aboutlate-thirties to early forties. Mickey Rourke would be a BADASS made eye moody. Same for Sam. Jackson as Shacklebot.

    My problem with the current Snape is that he gives off a kind of feminine/snobby vibe, which kind of counteracts his darkness. I mean the snobby-ness is great, but when its added to the femininity it doesn't work for me. Tim Roth would have been so much more bad ass. MR.ORANGGEEEEE FO LIFFEEE

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    Ditto Gauge. I think Gary Oldman was an excellent choice. Although I do like Tommy Flanagan alot I think he just looks too goody goody for Sirius.
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    the pic is a red X for me.

    And as for the current Snape.....I just can't take the actor seriously as Snape after seeing Galaxy Quest. You remember Galaxy Quest?

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    one more week!

    Me and my girl are seeing it Friday night at the Howard Hughes Center in Culver City!!!!

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    haha, im excited to see it too!

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    In a way, I cant wait to see this movie and on the other side I rather read the book first. Take me for a retard, but I haven't read it yet. So dont know yet If I'll see it before reading it. This is soooo hard to choose! Anybody's advice would be welcome on this one.
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    read it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gauge
    the pic is a red X for me.

    And as for the current Snape.....I just can't take the actor seriously as Snape after seeing Galaxy Quest. You remember Galaxy Quest?
    harhar,yeah it destroys some of it. but it shows he's a versatile actor,doesn't it?
    anways interested what's gonna come outta this movie.
    not as stoked as everyone else because they're sooo way behind the books.
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    Woah i had no idea dermot power worked on it! I agree about mad eye moody looks nothing like what i imagined. Parker_D those casting choices are great, id love to see a mad eye marv.

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    Loved the first 3 movies, will probably like this one too. No time to read fiction though too many journals to go thru.
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    Harry Potter & The Goblet of Fire

    this is who i was talking about before for mad eye. i think if you know who he is and how he acts you'd agree with him being a good mad eye
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    What's your name?
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    Harry Potter?! That name sounds like royalty, are you royalty?
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    7 more hrs till im off to see the movie.. cant freakin wait.
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    Pretty good.

    I felt that a lot of the more interesting scenes were rushed, and the slower scenes dragged on too long.

    During the Quidditch World Cup, when Victor Krum flew into the stadium and his image was projected onto the screen, that was fuckinn hella tight. But then it immediately cuts to the END of the world cup! wha?!

    The Yule Ball was visually pretty stunning.. but it draged on WAY too long. They could have cut a good 5-10 minutes of that!

    Was it just me, or did it seem that the trio (Harry, Ron, Hermoine) had weak screen chemistry? It almost seemed that they hated each other in real-life, and tried their best to act like they didn't. Just watch the SS and CoS over again and you'll see how much easier they seem to get along. By PoA, they always sort of seem bitter toward each other, even when they're "happy."

    Brendon Gleeson simply stole the show in this one. Each scene he was in (particularly his first DADA lesson), was pretty cool. He was the most memorable character.

    I pretty much dislike Michael Gambon as Dumbledore. He's too aggresive and energetic, as compared to Richard Harris as Dumbledore from SS and CoS who was always more calm, guiding, and levelheaded....

    The introduction of the Beaubaxton and Durstrang students was pretty cool, but I was pretty disspointed that Viktor Krum and Fleur Delacour literally only had 1 or 2 lines of dialogue in the whole movie.

    I really liked the scene where the contestants were in the maze. Some pretty creepy shit was happening. Voldemorts return was dragged out too long, but it was still pretty cool. I was sort of hoping that Ralph Fiennes wouldn't be half-reptilian, IMO Voldemort would be more creepy if he was a good-looking Ralph Fiennes simply because he's good-looking. The reptilian look was just too literal.

    Overall it was pretty cool. I think those who hadn't read the books will be totally lost as the movie sweeps through the thing as fast as it can and introduces characters... and gets rid of them.... at a mile a minute. It will be pretty hard to follow along if you don't have prior knowledge of who's-who and the estoric stuff they talk about. If you have read the book (I read it 5 years ago and pretty much forgot everything), or liked the previous ones, this is still a pretty good movie. Can't wait to get it on DVD.

    No Hermoine Granger camel-toe shot, unfortunately.

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    Voldemort transforming was so freaking awesome!!! I loved that scene.

    I thought the on screen chemistry was fine though,but yeah iono thats me.

    Mad eye was awesome! Dont care about how they designed his character,his acting was great!

    Fleur was good,its just that I was expecting way way way way way much more well the OMG I BROKE MY NAIL, drama queen type. Clemence Poesy could have done that. Dunno if it was because her character had to be less shown because of time? I dunno, but hopefully we'll see more of that int he 6th movie.

    Daniel Radcliffe's acting has gotten wayyyyy better IMO.

    A lot of scenes were pretty funny in this movie, it sorta had the light teenage hormonal stuff type of thing, while still holding the grim harry is gonna get his ass almost killed by voldemort type of mood.


    The pacing was a bit slow though. I mean like tons of scenes could have been more like exciting with, I dunno,Ithink it could have been more exciting particularly the first task. I was expecting more of Harry doing some moves like Wronksi Feints or whatnots while getting himself just inches away from being burned..

    I found the Yule Ball and all the hormonal "Wow Harry, we dont have dates yet." and the whole teenage stuff pretty amusing. I was laughing loads in those scenes. And Ron says "Piss off"...and yeah. Hermione getting all maternal was pretty amusing too. She did the crying thing pretty well...and the whole "Get to bed thing" then Harry gives Ron that "Look at WTF you did!" look.

    Never the less, the movie was damn awesome. My favorite out of the whole set so far. Despite all the stuff I said I still really enjoyed it!

    I just wish Dermot Power would get the GOF artwork he did up

    And they HONESTLY SERIOUSLY FOR DAMN SAKES OF LOADS OF PEOPLE publish a damn "The Art of Harry Potter" book. Something neat like the thick few hundred page books that they have with the Lord of the rings stuff. I mean, come on! Harry Potter has loads of cool designs.

    Anyway, Imna go find some friends who havent seen it yet so I can watch it again.

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