2 thoughts on “Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Its Flaws”

  1. Sadly, for your theory, the “goodness” factor that involves, people just having a good time at it, is quite high. Or so all the teens who went to see it have told me.

    I myself liked it pretty well. I wouldn’t rush out to see it again in the theater, but I definitely consider it to have been worth seeing there.

  2. I liked it more than the last four Harry Potter movies. Those were too dark, grungy and gloomy. This movie had a better sense of fun about it. It’s not perfect, not at all, but it was fun enough, and not as egregiously designed to piss on the IP as that “next generation” fanfic-lit nonsense of Harry Potter and The Emo Child or whatever it is.

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