Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.
HARRY POTTER AND THE GOBLET OF FIRE Directed by Mike Newell (Warner Brothers Warner Brothers (b. Eichelbaums) movie executives; Harry (Morris) (1881–1958), born in Krasnashiltz, Poland; Albert (1884–1967), born in Baltimore, Md.; Samuel (1887–1927), born in Baltimore, Md. , 2005)
The fourth installment of J. K. Rowling's magical saga adds the demons Demons
See also devil; evil; ghosts; hell; spirits and spiritualism.
one who denies the existence of the devil or demons.
recognition of the existence of demons and goblins. of adolescence to the litany of monsters confronting school chums Harry (Daniel Radcliffe), Ron (Rupert Grintt), and Hermione (Emma Watson This article is about the actress. For other people named Emma Watson, see Emma Watson (disambiguation).
Emma Charlotte Duerre Watson (born 15 April 1990) is an English actress. ) in this PG-13 tale of dragons, deep sea creatures, and deadly mazes--oh my!
Hogwarts goes international for this episode as foreign exchange students from other magical schools arrive to compete in the Triwizard Tournament, and things start to heat up quickly when a noticeably hunkier 14-year-old Harry finds himself mysteriously and unwillingly drafted into this dangerous competition. An incredulous Ron struggles with jealousy and suspicion while the increasingly lovely Hermione finds herself drawn to the inarticulate inarticulate /in·ar·tic·u·late/ (in?ahr-tik´u-lat)
1. not having joints; disjointed.
2. uttered so as to be unintelligible; incapable of articulate speech. but physical tournament champion Viktor Krum (Stanislav Ianevski).
Meanwhile, Harry, tortured by nightmares of a returning Lord Voldemort Lord Voldemort (IPA: /ˈvoʊldəmɔː/) is a fictional character and the primary antagonist in the Harry Potter novel series written by British author J. K. Rowling. , receives aid and mentoring from Alastor Alastor (əlăs`tər), in Greek mythology, spirit of vengeance. It is an epithet applied to Zeus or any other god in his aspect as avenger and is also sometimes applied to an evildoer who is subject to vengeance. "Mad Eye" Moody (Brendan Gleeson), the new Defense Against the Dark Arts instructor, and struggles to prove his mettle in a series of increasingly dangerous and deadly challenges that take him into the very lair of his archnemesis, played by Ralph Fiennes with a nastiness we haven't seen since Schindler's List.
Teenagers will sympathize with a pubescent pubescent /pu·bes·cent/ (pu-bes´int)
1. arriving at the age of puberty.
2. covered with down or lanugo.
1. Potter who must (like Spiderman and other adolescent heroes) save the world while trying to get up the nerve to ask a really cute girl to the high school dance. And adults in this country will be heartened by a tale that encourages international cooperation and friendship instead of the go-it-alone attitude fueling so much of our own recent and disastrous foreign policy.
Wouldn't it be magical if we could figure out how to work with our French and Eastern European allies the way Potter and the students at Hogwarts manage to do? Perhaps Rowling is teaching the adults a lesson or two this time out.