By J. K. Rowling
The year is 1926 in the city of New York…
When Magizoologist Newt Scamander arrives in New York, he intends his stay to be just a brief stopover. However, when his magical case is misplaced and some of Newt's fantastic beasts escape, it spells trouble for everyone…
The most Most MOst MOSt MOST EXCITED MOVIE IN 2016???? DEFINITELY FANTASTIC BEASTS AND WHERE TO FIND THEM!!!!! AND WHY DID I WAIT SO LONG TO TYPE THE REVIEW???? WHAT ARE YOU ACTUALLY DOING VIVIAN????? Well…I’ll explain that, later. Now, start with the movie. guys, I love it, I totally love it. It’s my second life. I’ve never feel so amazing by a movie…and after watching it, (don’t hit me for this) But to me, right now, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is even better than Harry Potter series!!!! See? My all-time favorite actor, my all-time favorite series’ author, my all-time favorite setting…BANG!!!! IT’S JUST TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE!!!!! I know I’m a bit too excited (A BIT) but you’ll definitely feel the same if you watch the movie as I do. I’ve waited for a little longer than I original planned to watch the movie, and that’s the reason why I didn’t write the movie review earlier. (Since everyone has already saw it…so what’s the point of writing one immediately?)
I love all the magical creatures in the movie, every single one. They’re just so unique and adorable, even the dangerous one…and you can really see the connection between Newt and them. Personally, I love Thunderbird the most
, please, that’s my Ilvermorny house. (But I still love Hogwarts more!!!! PRIDE RAVENCLAW!!!!!!) And gosh, can Niffler be more adorable???
I just completely, madly in love with that cute little thing!!!! (Even though he was in fact a huge trouble…and yet, without him…we won’t have the story of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them…so, thanks!) Also other lovely animals.
I don’t think we’ve ever saw so many creatures as much as this time, and more important is that they’re all so special that you can’t move your eyes from them. (Actually, Vivian, you can’t remove your eyes from the screen for the entire movie…you don’t even blink.)
If you worry, you suffer twice.
And Newt…how can you not love him?
Play by Eddie Redmayne, one of the greatest actors till now. (Wait, I’ve loved him since Les Miserable…not from The Theory of Everything…and I totally despised those who said he wasn’t good at first and crazily in love with him after he won the Oscar…I hate that. sorry if I offend you, but that’s the truth.) Newt is a perfect Hufflepuff, yes, “IS,” he is still alive and well, just pretty old. I really love the fact that we now get to see more about the character form Hufflepuff, but please? When will we have a great Ravenclaw? I extremely love how Eddie Redmayne portrayed Newt, is just like they are the same person, and no other actor will do a better job than that. When I first heard about Eddie’s part as Newt, I totally screamed in front of the computer and I’ve waited for that news for ages.
Now…Tina. I know a lot of you dislike her, even till the end of the story. I don’t know…I just think she wasn’t exactly the original type of heroine we got from books or movie. But that makes her different and more interesting. I think the most important part is that she learned from the experience and how she connected with Newt. To be honest…I don’t like her really much as well…so let’s skip to Jacob?
Tell me—has anyone ever believed you when you told them not to worry?
Yes! Jacob!!!! The first No-Maj or muggle that ever involved in the story!!!!! (Can you consider put me in the story as well? I don’t mind being killed by Newt of any weird creature…as long as I’m in there, please?)
All right, no more strange words. Jacob is really an interesting character and I believe that everyone will love him. He was one of the few friends Newt got and he really swallow all the “magic” things well. And since he was a No-Maj…I believe that every readers and Potter fan can feel the same like he reacted when he saw Newt, Tina and Queenie preformed magic.
(Wait…who told you that? I’m a witch!!!!)
(Magical world is nothing to me!) Right, yes, Jacob. So…oh my god. I feel so sad for him when… (cough…sorry, spoiler) And I definitely hope he’ll have a better ending than that. (*Wink)
You’re a Legilimens?
Queenie really reminded me a lot of Luna, how they speak and how they react to the world differently, it’s really cool to have such a character in the story, I think it gives something extra to the story, don’t you think?
and I especially love her courage and her connection with her sister…although I wasn’t sure she knew that because she heard others’ mind or her connection with her sister was so strong that she felt something wrong. Never mind, I love that part when she rescued Jacob, Tina, and Newt. It’s fantastic.
And of course, there are tons of other characters that are worth to discuss…but I’ll now move to the screenplay.
The cover is gorgeous, I know, and the illustrations are perfect, so adorable. I cherish every one of them. Now, I know a lot of readers are pretty disappointed with The Cursed Child, since it wasn’t exactly by J.K.Rowling and not fully dedicated to Harry Potter. But…Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is completely by J. K. Rowling and it’s perfect!!!! It’s unlike any screenplay I’ve ever seen before. When you’re not reading a novel, but you’re not reading a screenplay as well. It’s like a in between and you’ll feel like watching movie again!!!! Tons of movie clips just flash through my eyes when I was reading this book…and I finished within one day. It’s just perfect, and I’ll definitely read the second book. Although, personally, I’ll highly recommend you to read this book after you watch the movie, it’ll make the book more vivid, in case that you’re not used to read movie screenplay.
So? I 100 PERCENT RECOMMEND YOU TO READ THIS AND ONCE AGAIN PULL INTO THE MAGICAL WORLD BY J.K. ROWLING!!!! AND I CAN’T WAIT TO SEE DUMBLEDORE IN THE NEXT MOVIE AND EVERYTHING FROM THE WIZARDING WORLD!!!! AND IT’S GOING TO BE BACK IN LONDON!!!!! Everyone, welcome to New York.
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