Entertainment Weekly Dubs Goblet a Great High-School Movie

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Sep 08, 2006

Posted by Melissa Anelli
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A new Entertainment Weekly article has dubbed Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire as the 36th-best high-school movie of all time. It says: “No, we haven’t lost our minds. One of J.K. Rowling’s ingenious ideas was to blend two literary traditions, fantasy and coming-through-school fiction (Ã la Tom Brown’s School Days). That’s particularly true in Goblet, which depicts 14-year-old Harry’s heightened state of adolescent anxiety, about the big (Quidditch) game, about finding a date for the big dance, and about juggling homework while saving the wizard world from evil Lord Voldemort.“Thanks, Sean!





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