Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by Mike Newell (dir.)
(Warner Brothers December 2005 / ) - The fourth movie in the Harry Potter universe, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, is darker than the previous works. Harry is entered into the Tri-Wizard Tournament; a contest that he can't pull out of once chosen by the Goblet of Fire. Wizards have died during previous contests and this time it was supposed to be limited to students who are age seventeen years or older. Will Harry stand a chance since he's only fourteen? And, just who put his name into the cup and how? (see review)
King Kong by Peter Jackson (dir)
(Universal December 12, 2005 / ) - The classic story, retold by celebrated filmmaker Peter Jackson, follows an expedition to the mysterious Skull Island, where a fantastic world--and the Eighth Wonder of the World-- awaits the Depression-era explorers. But the adventure really begins when their discovery takes New York by storm...
Now read on to hear what Lee Gilliland has to say about this remake of King Kong. Kong Cartoon is courtesy of Alexis Gilliland. (see review)
The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe by Andrew Adamson (dir)
(Disney Walden December 2005 / ) - A childrens' classic for six decades, C.S. Lewis's The Chronicles of Narnia come to the big screen with the first in the series: The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe. In the dark days of World War 2, Four English children head to the safety of the countryside... and discover the door to an enchanted world in the back of an old wardrobe.
See below the cast list for our review of the movie.
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