Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire: RevisitedFeatured
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.
theryaney (for an amazing cover art)
Freesound.org (for an amazing library of free sounds for me to create awesome audio mixes).
Following his excellent fanedits of the first two Harry Potter films, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone: Revisited and it's sequel, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets: Revisited, Andreas returns once again to provide another excellent addition to his Harry Potter Revisited series, in this delightful fanedit of Goblet of Fire, turning one of the weakest and disappointing films in the series (especially the later, to me at least, as Goblet of Fire is my favorite book in the series) into one of the stronger films in the series, one this is clear and concise, with cuts to many of the films worst moments, such as the original films Dumbledore's silly and infamous yelling of "HARRY DID YA PUT YA NAME IN DA GOBLET OF FIYAH!".
Overall, I would highly recommend giving this a watch.