Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire [2005]

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.