'Goblet of Fire' is 'the best one'
Published July 12, 2005 at 2:36 PM
from HPANA (via Ain't It Cool News)
A regular reviewer over at Ain't It Cool News has some great words to say about the screening of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire which took place this past Saturday in Chicago.
You can read the full review here, but be warned there are spoilers.
Leading the pack is Brendan Gleeson’s Prof. “Mad-Eye” Moody. Boy, does Gleeson nail this one. I have no idea if his characterization of Mad-Eye is similar to that of the book, but for the first time in watching any of the films, I’m tempted to read the books just to find out more about Moody. He’s such a refreshingly wicked change from the other straight-laced teachers at Hogwarts that you can’t help but like him. Also on hand is Miranda Richardson’s snoopy reporter Rita Skeeter, a character whose time in this story is apparently chopped down considerably from the book. Richardson is still quite good as the most annoying person in any earthly realm.