Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
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Harry Potter and the Boy Who Never Lived: Part 1
 
7.1 (5)
FanMix March 24, 2018   2711   0   1   0   2
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Harry Potter and the Boy Who Never Lived: Part 1 is a full-length fan edited film based on the Harry Potter series that explores an alternative magical universe in which Snape and Lily never grew apart, creating a number of ripple effects, one of which is that Harry Potter was never born. Through a restructured narrative and a number of special effects, the character Harry Potter is completely removed from the movie.
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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire: Extended Edition
 
10.0 (1)
Extended Edition November 26, 2017   1450   0   1   0   1
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166
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The second film in my set of Harry Potter extended editions. Certain deleted scenes have been incorporated that were not added back to the TV versions, or scenes created from other content to allow for the inclusion of a deleted scene. For Gof, all deleted scenes that have been released with the Blu-Rays have been reincorporated into the original movie.
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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire: Revisited
 
9.6 (7)
FanFix October 07, 2017   3314   0   1   0   3
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The Goblet of Fire needs a much more cohesive tone to follow along with the rest, as the tone of the fourth movie is in many ways quite different from the rest of the series - not just in score and pacing, but in visual style and tone.

I also noticed how Goblet of Fire Director, Mike Newell, tried to get back in some of all the warm, golden, cozy colors of Columbus' entries, and when listening in on the Commentary Track I found it odd how these choices came into play. Prisoner of Azkaban had a silver/brown color palette to it that looked very lived-in and real, and then suddenly Mike Newell decided to throw all of that away - despite all the critical acclaim for the visual style of the Prisoner of Azkaban, because he always liked the warm tone of the Columbus' movies, yet he continued with the visual presentation (Hogwarts tracking shots and movie style editing) created by Alfonso in PoA.

The entire movie is tonally and stylistically confusing, and that was the most important thing for me to fix - along with franchise continuity.
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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire: The ADigitalMan Extended Edition
 
7.7 (9)
Extended Edition June 27, 2012   2726   0   1   0   0
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This extends Harry Potter with the deleted scenes from the DVD release to give you even more Harry Potter to enjoy. There was a similar ABC TV release edited by the original director.
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