Film Appearance

Where does this spell appear in the film adaption of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, as said in the article? -- 16:21, August 28, 2012 (UTC)

I honestly don't know but it also says on the article tat it was mentioned on the game as well. I know that it is defiantly used in the game but I've not watched Goblet of Fire in a while. I shall watch it this week and get back to you. Rainbow Shifter (talk) 16:24, August 28, 2012 (UTC)

In the movie, it is not as well noticeable it has been used as a spell. BUt, when Dumbledore yells for attention at the Black lake after the second task is over, he announces points and stuff. In the movie it seems as though they only put there wand to there neck, and it simply worked. In the books, it shows that Sonorus is used by Bagman during the Quidditch World cup. In the movie Fudge was announcing, but the same spell's were used. Same as Dumbledore using it at the Black Lake during the Second Task. Hope that makes sense. I guess it never techinically used in the Movie's, but still. It was an appearance I guess. {{Subst:Template:Colin's Sig}} 16:29, August 28, 2012 (UTC)Colin687

I'm afraid you're thinking of Sonorus, the spell used to increase the volume of the caster's voice. The Sonorous Charm, as the article states, is a spell which emits a blast of loud noise from the tip of the caster's wand. By the way, I watched that movie the weekend just gone by, and I don't recall seeing this spell. james (talk) 16:40, August 28, 2012 (UTC)

Yes you are thinking of the wrong Sonorous. I will watch the film then but I think that it might have been used by Harry Potter in the second task. Because he was covered with Grindylows and he said some spell in which there was then a noise. I may be wrong but I think that may be the charm. Rainbow Shifter (talk) 16:44, August 28, 2012 (UTC)

Never mind. Seth cleared this up, it was a mix up. Rainbow Shifter (talk) 16:45, August 28, 2012 (UTC)

O.K. But to further cunfusion about that one, it is the Revulsion Jinx you're thinking about. -- 18:13, August 28, 2012 (UTC)