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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

Personally, I think it is best to read this with the Harry Potter soundtrack in the background, but that's just me.
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Transcript of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

Underage Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Harry Potter, a.k.a. The Boy Who Lived, has an early childhood that is anything but normal. When he was a little baby, he was almost murdered by the most powerful dark wizard ever, Lord Voldemort.
Almost.
But Harry, being a novice hero at the age of one-and-a-half, defeated You-Know-Who in his crib. The Call to Adventure occurs when Professor Dumbledore, the Hogwarts headmaster, first speaks about the Triwizard Tournament. He tells the Hogwarts students and the guest students of the dangers but also of the eternal glory they will get if they win. Harry doesn't desire to be in the competition because he just wants a quiet year at Hogwarts for once. The Refusal of the call is shown in the video when Harry is trying to convince Ron that he didn't put his name in the cup. Harry is angry with Ron for not listening to him, and Harry's pride plus Ron's jealousy cause a wall between these once inseperable friends. The First Threshold Harry Potter is a boy wizard with no idea what events are ahead of him in the upcoming year, or how much they will cost him. However, he gets himself into a dangerous competition between three competitors, and he has defied all odds by being chosen as the fourth of three players after a Goblet of Fire mishap. Harry Potter is completely unaware and unprepared for the trails that lie ahead of him. The other three competitors, Fleur Delacour, Viktor Krum, and Cedric Diggory are all the legal age, seventeen, and know much more magic than the underage Harry Potter. And, with a looming enemy over his head, Harry has a lot on his plate. Unique Birth Under-oath Under-shadow Harry, forced to face this psychotic death-wish of a competition, has no incentive to win. He certainly doesn't want to die in a competition he didn't choose to be in. He lost his best friend the second his name was called because Ron, being a idiot, won't let Harry get any word in on his behalf. Harry is not excited for the three tasks, the glory, honor, money, and all the rest that goes with winning. Unfortunately he still has to play because he is held under the binding oath of the Goblet of Fire. From thinking he will just be a spectator to being a full fledged competitor, Harry Potter has a tough road ahead of him, and he is well aware of the risks. The Call to Adventure Harry Potter always has some kind of aid in any of his endeavors. This time it's a special guest, Twilight's own Edward Cullen (playing Cedric Diggory), and he plays as a key ally in helping him figure out the second task. His mentor is Mad-Eye Moody, an ex-auror, who must protect Harry throughout the year.
But he is not at all who he seems to be.
Both of these characters help Harry stay alive in the competition, and teach him something new. Harry Potter experiences the 'stepping into another world' when he gets chosen to compete in the Triwizard Tournament. He doesn't know how he got in or what he got into, but at that moment he loses a friend, gets hate from almost every student, and his life-expectancy abruptly shortens. In addition, he practically gets throttled by Profesor Dumbledore and begins his path down "Refusal of The Call" Lane. Road Of Trials The Road of Trials in his Hero's Journey is really are really quite simple. Each of the trials in the tournament are the Trials on his Hero's Journey: the battle against the Hungarian Horntail, the Underwater Excursion, and the Maze that isn't as straightforward as it seems to be. Harry barely escapes any of the tasks alive, but with each task, Harry gains new knowledge of how the tournament really works. Temptation To Quit Harry's temptation to quit is right before the second trial- like two hours before the second trial. Doesn't seem that hard to hold your breath, right? Well, he needs a way to breath for a whole hour...
Potentially problematic.
At that moment, he has officially given up and is filled with despair, but Neville, the awkward tag-along friend (everyone has one), gives Harry the one ticket to success, gillyweed, and Harry is back on his road through the Hero's Journey. The Final Battle Unconditional Love (Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire) (Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire) Refusal of the Call Harry and Lord Voldemort, who has just become a human again (as human as he can be), face off in the Final Battle. It was bound to happen, but Harry was not expecting the Triwizard Cup to be the portal to which he has had his worst nightmares.
Who wins? Well, no one really wins when Cedric Diggory is dead.
Seriously, no one wins because before one of them can finish off the other, Harry escapes with the body and the portkey. "Don't turn your back on me, Harry Potter! I want you to look at me when I kill you! I want to see the lights leave your eyes!" (Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire) Harry Potter's parents, Lily and James Potter, represent the Unconditional Love in this movie. His parents sprout from Voldemort's wand when Harry and him are locked in combat, and they cause a distraction so that Harry can make a speedy escape with the Cedric's body.
His parents give Harry the strength to release the curse, and let them deal with Lord Voldemort. (Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire) Resurrection The Resurrection of Harry occurs at the point where he escapes the gravyard. The graveyard represents hell, the place where his worst nightmares and worries came to life. Him getting out of there by means of his parents distraction is Harry passing from hell back up to the normal Earth. Harry now has a new, more dangerous life ahead of him, full of dark formidible uncertainties and a war of good versus evil. The Ultimate Goal The Ultimate Goal of Harry Potter is not achieved in this book. Although he battles Voldemort in this novel, he has not defeated him completely, which is his main goal. On the other hand, Harry does manage to evade Lord Voldemort's wrath, which somewhat defeated him in a way, but Harry's escape did not hender Voldemort for long. Refusal To Return -Lord Voldemort Mentors and Allies Harry not wanting to leave Cedric Diggory's body represents his Refusal To Return. When Harry Potter escapes from the graveyard, he retrieves Cedric Diggory's body, and even with all of the chaos of a death swirling around him he doesn't let go of Cedric's body.
Harry does not want to let go of the life that was murdered in the graveyard, both Cedric's life and his old life, where Voldemort was just a smudge on his life.
Now Voldemort has shattered his old life, and it will never be the same, even if he picks up the pieces again. The climax in this novel is over, but the war has really just begun. Harry narrowly avoided the infamous Lord Voldemort's grasp this time, but one day soon Harry will have to face him in the real final battle, and Harry is now well aware of this. He now understands all of the danger he is and was always in, and now that Voldemort is back, Harry wants to fight more than ever. He will do anything to keep his friends safe, and defeating Lord Voldemort is the only way to ensure their safety. The only way to get out from under the menacing shadow, is to conquer the one who is casting the shadow, and this is exactly what Harry Potter plans to do. Rescue and Escape A very distraught Harry Potter escapes from the depressing sight of Cedric's body to Mad-Eye Moody's study. "Mad-Eye" is not really Mad-Eye Moody, really he is Barty Crouch Jr., and now he is out to finish off Harry once and for all, knowing that Voldemort would be very proud of him.

Harry is rescued from this unfortunate fate by profesors Dumbledore, McGonagall, and Snape, and Barty Crouch Jr. is arrested.
Now Harry realizes the threat he was in all year, and that the demons really were within the walls of Hogwarts all along. Sharing the Gift Although some may not call this much of a gift, Harry Potter now can spread the news that Lord Voldemort has returned. The gift of knowledge, one might call it. Freedom to Live Although Harry doesn't have the complete freedom to live yet, he is out from under the pressure of the Triwizard Tournament. His real Freedom to Live occurs in the last book, after he defeats Voldemort once and for all. Bibliography InCruciartus. “Harry Potter Goblet of Fire Harry’s Name Get’s Picked Out From The Goblet of Fire.” Youtube. Web. 12 Jan. 2012.

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shinojundo. “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire - Barty Crouch Jr.” Youtube. Web. 30 Dec. 2010.

movieclips. “He’s Back – Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (5/5) Movie CLIP 2005 HD.” Youtube. Web. 26 May 2011. kyrene. "Harry Potter movie clip: Harry and Ron's fight." Youtube. Web. 29 October 2005. Just kidding. Harry did not have to find his way through a corn maze. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. Dir. Mike Newell. Prod. David Heyman. By Steven Kloves. Perf. Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Emma

Watson, Robbie Coltrane, Ralph Fiennes, Michael Gambon, Miranda Richardson, Alan Rickman, and Maggie Smith. Warner Bros.

Pictures, 2005. DVD. Initiation and Adventure Departure Return "Everything is going to change now, isn't it?" -Hermione Granger (Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire)
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