I’m trying to imagine what I might find inviting about Mike Newell’s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (Warner Bros., 11.18). Last year I suggested killing Rupert Grint’s Ron Weasley character because he never does anything except whine and wimper, but you know that’ll never happen. If they would only free Harry and Hermione (Emma Watson) from Hogwarts and set them loose upon the world. Send them on the road…send them up against real-world villains and adult situations. But no…we’re going to be stuck at Hogwarts again with the same old gang, and I can’t understand why everyone is so pleased with these films when they pull more or less the same levers and push the same buttons each and every time.