This flick has danger, adventure, mystical happenings, and even romance, and it's got a soaring, suspenseful, and sometimes dark score to match all that heavy-duty emotion.
This was the first of the Harry Potter movies that didn't use a John Williams score, but you can barely tell: Patrick Doyle definitely manages to match Williams' dramatic style.
Doyle hasn't done a ton of high-profile big budget American movies, though you may know him from Bridget Jones's Diary (2001). He also scored Brave (2012) and the more recent Cinderella (2015) remake—perhaps Goblet of Fire gave him the taste for the kids' films? He definitely has a knack for them, so we think he should keep at it.