Harry Potter and the Goblet of fire is the fourth installment in what will be an eight film series.Goblet of Fire is significantly darker than the previous three films, as we once again come face to face with Voldemorte and the death and destruction that he takes so much pleasure in causing.
The casting for this film is once again, exceptional. Daniel, Rupert and Emmas acting has once again improved dramatically since the Prisoner of Azkaban although it's still by no means perfect, the quality of the rest of the cast such as Maggie Smith, Robbie Coltrane, and David Tennant, does make up for it.
This film starts with the Quidditch World cup, which has some great action in it, and is really fun to watch, and then the return of death eaters, who decide to have some fun after the match and remind the wizard community that they are still about.
When the students arrive back at hogwarts they are told that two other schools will be coming to Hogwarts to join them as they host the Tri-wizard tournament, a dangerous competition that puts their lives at risk. Harry is in trouble when he discovers he has been entered in the competition and comes out as the second Hogwarts competitor, much to the displeasure of Ron, the other Hogwarts students, and the competitors of the other schools.
This film has some great moments. The entrance of the students from the other two schools is spectacular and incredibly theatrical. The ending of the film is also the best so far, and is incredibly emotional.
Although most parents probably wouldn't hesitate to let their 6 year old watch a Harry Potter movie, I would reccomend sticking to the age certificate for this one.