History YMMV / HarryPotterAndTheGobletOfFire

6th Jun '16 2:19:09 PM matt3291992
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* RetroactiveRecognition: Hey, it's [[Series/DoctorWho the Tenth Doctor]] as Barty Crouch Jr.!

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Hey, it's [[Series/DoctorWho the Tenth Doctor]] as Barty Crouch Jr.!!
** [[Literature/{{Twilight}} Edward Cullen]] is Cedric Diggory.
25th May '16 8:29:23 AM Kingault
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* FandomBerserkButton: Do ''not'' ever say Cedric is murdered by [[spoiler:Wormtail a.k.a. Peter Pettigrew]]. Or else, hardcore fans will immediately responds with something like "[[spoiler:Wormtail]] use Voldemort's wand to murder Cedric, and he's under Voldemort's order. So technically, Voldemort is the true murderer."

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* FandomBerserkButton: Do ''not'' ever say Cedric is murdered by [[spoiler:Wormtail a.k.a. Peter Pettigrew]]. Or else, hardcore fans will immediately responds with something like "[[spoiler:Wormtail]] use used Voldemort's wand to murder Cedric, and he's under Voldemort's order. So technically, Voldemort is the true murderer."
22nd May '16 1:04:21 AM BronyoftheOctaves
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** [[spoiler: The noises and faces Voldemort makes when he touches Harry. Better yet, the ''entire'' duel scene with Voldemort and Harry is all of this, along with the many NarmCharm by Voldemort, especially his scrunched up face when he tries to force the Killing Curse to work]].
--> '''[[spoiler: Voldemort]]''': [[spoiler: I WANT TO SEE THE LIGHT LEAVE YOUR EYES!!]]
** [[spoiler: His BigNo when Harry escapes]].
22nd May '16 12:57:58 AM BronyoftheOctaves
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** [[spoiler: The film takes some ''immense'' fun with this, having the build up to Voldemort's resurrection very unnerving, especially when he finally reborn. His appearance of being frail-like and no nose and opening his eyes being snake-like to normal makes it more creepy]].
22nd May '16 12:55:42 AM BronyoftheOctaves
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** Robert Pattinson gets some love for his performance as Cedric, ''way'' before he did ''Literature/{{Twilight}}'', being a lot more of a NiceGuy to Harry compared to his role in in the Twilight movies. [[spoiler: His tragic death made it a lot more of a solidification]].
9th May '16 12:23:54 PM Phoenixion
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* FandomBerserkButton: Do ''not'' ever say Cedric is murdered by [[spoiler:Wormtail a.k.a. Peter Pettigrew]]. Or else, hardcore fans will immediately responds with something like "[[spoiler:Wormtail]] use Voldemort's wand to murder Cedric, and he's under Voldemort's order. So technically, Voldemort is the true murderer."
4th Apr '16 2:46:24 PM Technicolourtardis
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* KudzuPlot: Not noticeable at first, but the movie cut so many plot elements from the book that the movie actually is just a bunch of things happening with only illusory connection, not helped by downplaying scenes that should have been played out in favour of putting in irrelevant scenes (such as entirely omitting Harry's isolation between Halloween and the First Task nearly a month later in favour scenes like Yule Ball dance practice). As such, many things go totally unexplained or lead nowhere. Rita Skeeter in particular has no purpose in the story, as much of the emotional chaos she caused is cut.
5th Feb '16 5:09:54 PM MyFinalEdits
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* FandomNod: The pronunciation of "Hermione", which was finally clarified by Hermione herself in this book -- then [[Film/HarryPotter the films]] were released, so everyone knew how to pronounce it anyway.
5th Feb '16 3:10:27 PM TheMightyHeptagon
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* GeniusBonus: The Durmstrang Institute's name is a {{spoonerism}} of the German phrase ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sturm_und_Drang Sturm und Drang]]'', the name of an 18th century Proto-Romantic literary movement known for its glorification of subjective human emotion and experience over the cold rationalism that characterized the Enlightenment. It's a fitting name for a Scandinavian school for wizards, which teaches Magic that that can't necessarily be understood rationally. Particularly since the most famous ''Sturm und Drang'' participant was Creator/JohannWolfgangVonGoethe, the author of ''Theatre/{{Faust}}''--a play about a German mystical scholar who dabbles in the Dark Arts in his quest for knowledge.
29th Jan '16 8:43:43 AM GothicProphet
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