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Better than the first one.

Review of Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald
by Letande D'Argon
Posted on April 20th, 2021
Positive 8
Overall Rating

Saw it in theater the day one back in the days, re-watched it with the family. When it's about books, I'm totally not the biggest Potter's fan out there. Quite the opposite, to be honest. BUT I totally love the movies. With perfect cast, amazing soundtrack and deep atmosphere... it's really hard not to love them, right? I also liked the first Fantastic Beasts. It was pretty shallow and straightforward movie, sure, and to be honest, about 90% of time it felt like a Doctor Who rip-off, but... it was pretty cute and charming, so... yeah. I liked it. This one, though, fixes most of the mistakes. It brings in more ties with Harry Potter, it brings back complicated "who is who" storytelling, it brings back drama and all in all it feels more than the good ol' Potter movies. Which is a totally good thing. Sure, the hardcore book fans will have a few "Wait, what?!" moments (some scenes really make a lot of questions, like the one with Professor McGonagall), but for casual movie fans like me... I think it was a pretty cool movie. Especially since Paris turned out to be a perfect background. I really loved it that they've used some interesting locations in the movie. I mean, usually they just show us the Eiffel Tower and think that that's enough. This movie actually tries to show us the beauty of Paris and that's awesome. Finally, it feels way less than Doctor Who now. So... yeah. Liked it, have a lot of hope for the next movie.

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