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Harry potter and the goblet of fire is a 2005 fantasy film directed by mike newell and distributed by warner bros pictures it is based on j k rowlings 2000 novel of the same namethe film which is the fourth instalment in the harry potter film series was written by steve kloves and produced by david heymanthe story follows harry potters fourth year at hogwarts as he is chosen by the . Harry potter and the goblet of fire jk rowling mary grandpr on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers the paperback edition of the legendary record breaking best selling fourth harry potter novel harry potter is midway through his training as a wizard and his coming of age harry wants to get away from the pernicious dursleys and go to the international quidditch cup. After the series low of the previous film aka the snoozefest mess prisoner of azkaban it was good to see a mature harry potter film with an actual coherent enjoyable story. Useless description whats it do watch in amazement as harry potter weaves his magic in this mind blowing free 3d screensaver as he wanders around he waves his wand magically making images appear from the upcoming movie harry potter and the goblet of fire or even your own digital photos
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