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11/21/18 7:34 P

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I too am a huge Harry Potter fan. We are suppose,to go see this one as a family. I canít wait. I just today put the book on my Christmas list. I really had no expectations for the first Fantastic Beasts and so thoroughly enjoyed it. My oldest grandson is also a huge Harry Potter fan.
As far as I am concerned she can keep finding things to write about in this universe and I will be there to watch or read or both!

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11/20/18 2:31 P

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Love Harry Potter stuff. I may not go to the theater to see it, but I do want to watch it.

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11/20/18 1:18 P

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OMG! I loved the second movie so much. I too was floored by the things we learned. So much fun and I can't wait to see what happens. I like that it is starting to tie into the Harry Potter universe we know. It was fun trying to make all the connections.

That being said, I was not a fan of the first movie. It was entertaining enough but I thought the first half of the first movie was boring and I really can't stand Katherine Waterston as an actress or her character. I was glad she had less screen time because of added characters.I was also a bit a confused but I think a second watch or maybe even the third movie will explain things.

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I'm a huge, raving Harry Potter fan. Not exactly a secret I think. Anything having to do with Harry Potter I'm going to watch/read. So, of course I went out and watched "Crimes of Grindelwald" at my first possible chance. I will admit I didn't really like the first Fantastic Beasts very well. I understand that it's basically a new franchise set in the same wizarding world so I didn't expect the same characters or anything, it just felt fractured to me. I think I'll watch again now and see if I feel differently.

This new one reeled me back in. I've read reviews from other super fans that complain about every little thing, but I really enjoyed it. I loved the revelation that *spoiler* and my jaw literally dropped when they called Credence's friend *spoiler* and the *spoiler* at the end... wow. Just wow. Is it true? Is it a lie? Is it somewhere in between? I have a theory, but it's likely wrong and would involved spoilers.

Have you seen it? Are you planning to or waiting for the dvd or waiting for never? What did you think?

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