Buster and hubby and I saw Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire over the past few days, and we were really appalled at how Albus Dumbledore was portrayed – there is simply no way Dumbledore would approach Harry in such a menacing manner, as he does after Harry’s name comes out of the goblet, and too often this Dumbledore seems to be holding his head in his hands, fretting – something Dumbledore never does in the books. I miss Richard Harris.
That said – the best of the movies thus far, although I did miss much of the detail of the book.
Lashawn Barber has the best review and link round-up I’ve seen, and I if anyone is interested, I agree with her theories on Dumbledore and Book 6!
Now, of course, I need to go back – as always, and read books 4, 5 and 6 again…Rowling has made so many clever clues, one can’t spot them all on first, or second, read!
March Hare has a review here that I agree with so completely I would have written it myself, had I the energy!