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Fantastic Beast and Where to Find Them: My little review!(SPOILERS)

First and foremost, I just wanna thank you guys for liking and re-blogging my reviews! It’s pretty cool when you realize other people like or agree with you. So thanks, and stay film loving!  Now that the mushy gushy stuff is outta the way, you’re here for my only two cents I have. So lets get it, lets go!

  • Eddie Redmayne, my goodness. I have never loved Hufflepuff as much as I loved it now! You embodied Newt Scamander, every awkward mannerism, every half stuttered word, every half smile, every immense care for everything. 
  • Newt’s Hair. Just because I think it needs to be appreciated
  • This film to me has the same essence as the first Harry Potter film. A bit innocent with a some darkness. You can tell that the films will get darker and darker as the franchise grows.
  • JACOB KOWALSKI JACOB KOWALSKI JACOB KOWALSKI
  • JACOB KOWALSKI ( just one more because I’m feeling extra today)
  • Wizard America post WWI, 1920′s. I love it. 
  • Just Wizard America.
  • Tina, you strong independent women. I loved your conviction, your persistence, your heart. 
  •  I really liked how the showed more Aurors in this film! Here,you really got to see their job they do at the fullest.
  • Queenie’s smile could replace the sun. It could light up a whole building.
  • Queenie and Jacob at Kowalski’s bakery. 
  • I also loved how they portrayed legillmens as something that isn’t always meant to be painful and horrid.
  • Good riddance Mary Lou. You sucked. 
  • Credence, you poor poor boy. I really wished that Newt and Tina could have saved you. I think they could’ve if they got the chance.
  • The VISUAL EFFECTS on the beast were AMAZING. I loved how the captured unique details for every creature. From the flicker of the Thunderbird’s feathers to the shiny scales on the Occamy. 
  • Pickett, the Bowtruckle. I want one. I would be up for watching the movie from Pickett perceptive, I feel that it would be quite entertaining. 
  • The thought of Dumbledore as a Transfiguration professor just makes me smile.
  • Leta Lestrange. You best believe there is a story there.
  •  Gellert Grindelwald.
  • Colin Farrell. Collin Farrell’s hair in this film. Looked so good.
  • EVERYBODY’S HAIR LOOKED GOOD. 
  • Johnny Depp.
  • If you guy’s could tell me what Grindelwald said to Newt before he was taken away after his arrest, I would greatly appreciate it, because I didn’t quite catch it.
  • Newt’s Suitcase. 
  • Obliviate.

The film was magic, pure magic. There is something for everyone, romance, action, humor. And for those Potterheads, just enough nostalgia and fresh new faces to pull you through for the next film!

Go see it! It was great.