Reviews from 'Goblet of Fire' screening in Chicago

  July 11, 2005 at 7:43 AM ET
  Geri     HPANA (via Various)
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We previously reportedopens in new window that a screening of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire was scheduled for Chicago this weekend and now we are seeing some feedback.

Please review these articles at your own risk, as they were written by viewers who have not seen the finished product. Remember that what we see in theatres in November may be somewhat different.

From Ain't It Cool Newsopens in new window (profanity warning*):

First off, the best action scenes deal with his tasks during the tournament. The entrances of the two competing schools are clever and done very well. There's an awesome scene where Harry has to deal with a dragon that had me on the edge of my seat. I won't spoil it, but just think of a Jurassic Park version of Quidditch. There's also a great scene underwater with some seriously bad-ass mermaids (I know - go figure). The usual characters make an appearance (Dumbledore, McGonagall, Snape), but this time around they don't get a lot of screen time unfortunately.

From MuggleNetopens in new window:

This movie is by far the greatest movie we've had yet! I have a lot of love for the third, because Sirius and Lupin are my favorite characters, but I can't deny the absolute fabulousness of this one. The hormones are running even higher and this installment- even higher than they were in the book. I hate to say it, but even though they kept in all of the great Ron/Hermione issues (i.e. Krum), there's a lot of Harry/Hermione going on. Fred, George, and Neville all play MUCH LARGER parts.

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*Please be aware of the profanity content on this site. Thanks to everyone who sent these in.


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