Harry Potter and the Goblet of FireBlu-ray Disc - 2007 | Blu-ray version widescreen version
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thewangstergangster thinks this title is suitable for 8 years and over
claireshi58016 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 10 and 99
black_falcon_336 thinks this title is suitable for 13 years and over
Frightening or Intense Scenes: Most of the movie is pretty intense, and there are death eaters burning and destroying everything in the beginning. Three people die, we witness (in the movie) the deaths of two of them. Definitely for 13 and older or a mature 12 yr. I would recommend watching this with a friend/ older family member
Other: FULL-SCREEN VERSION - Made for old tube-type TVs, not for flat screen (wide-screen) TVs.
Violence: Arm gets chopped off, scenes of torturing, dragons, and someone gets killed
Violence: Magic duels and death.
QuotesAdd a Quote
Harry: If there's a Tibetan Turnip or something that would help me breathe underwater for an hour...
Neville: I don't know about a turnip, but you could always use Gillyweed.
"Viktor's gone to get drinks, care to join us?"-Hermione Granger
"No we don't care to join you and, Viktor."-Ronald Wesaley
"What's got your wand in a knot?"-Hermione Granger
"Next time, pluck up the courage, and ask me before somebody esle does-And believe it or not someone already has--------AND I SAID YES!"
"It used to be my job to think like a Death Eater, don't you remember Karkaroff?" said Moody
SummaryAdd a Summary
Harry Potter is starting his fourth year at Hogwarts school, and the Triwizard tournament has begun. Harry has somehow been qualified for the tournament, even though he is under-age. Is someone plotting Harry's downfall?