Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire 
Stylistically, it’s well developed and the story that served as basis for this film is perhaps the richest and most engrossing. We’ve learned by now that that is not vital for a film to be captivating, though. Prisoner of Azkaban worked with a very thin tale, and the result was mesmerizing. Brendan Gleeson, Miranda Richardson and, of course, Ralph Fiennes are the latest (great) additions to the legendary cast. Mike Newell’s rom-com touch is evident.
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