Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
Harry Potter is a young man that faces many difficult challenges through his life. One specifically that the series is centered on is Harry training up to defeat Voldemort, who is the villain that killed his parents. While watching the Goblet of Fire it really connected with me because Harry had endured a hardship in life and now is on a journey to overcome it. During this film there were many archetypes that were portrayed such as the warrior, mentor, lover which I will explain below. This film also has many has other forms of archetypes such as symbolic and color archetypes that I didn’t know were there until I focused my attention.
While every adventure needs a start, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire first archetype I noticed was the quest. The Quest is portrayed when Durmstrang, Beauxbatons, and Hogwarts had to pick a student to compete in dangerous tasks to be crowned ultimate champion in the tournament. These schools are from different areas and are rivals, so once an ultimate champion is crowned, peace will be restored. When picking who to be the school’s representative, the goblet of fire displays the color of blue which is associated with truth. Hence the Goblet of Fire telling the truth, who shall be best suited for the competition (Harry Potter). From what I see throughout the film, Harry in my eyes is the warrior because in many scenes you see him face many conflicts on his journey.
He faces these conflicts coming so close to killing Lord Voldemort but then he always slips away. Thus, making the journey he is on be prolonged. When speaking of Lord Voldemort, I can say that he is a mentor but for dark side. I say this because Voldemort has a following on the evil side. All these evil creatures and people look up to him, because he has...