The Crimes of Grindelwald

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The Crimes of Grindelwald

Post by syaigh » Mon Nov 26, 2018 12:47 pm

Uh, watched this after Thanksgiving meal. So, was sleepy.

First off, it was very visually dark. Not sure if this is a movie theater setting or not, but annoying.

Secondly, it was hard to follow. I never read any of the books and I kept up somewhat, but ultimately, the entire movie seemed to be a set-up for the next movie. Ie, provided backstory and altered the course of the characters introduced in fantastic beasts, and then left you with a pretty big cliffhanger. So, if you're excited about the next movie after this, its worth sitting through, but was a bit long and unnecessarily dramatic. And the end scene looked like a supernatural trump rally.

The 16 year old Harry Potter fan "liked" it, the 12 year old cynic hated it. The 14 year old didn't come. My parents were terminally confused. My sister, also a Harry Potter fan, liked it and refused to explain anything which tells me she didn't really get it either.
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Re: The Crimes of Grindelwald

Post by dingleberry » Wed Nov 28, 2018 9:50 pm

It was too long and as you said overly dramatic. I feel kinda cheated that it was just a big setup for the next episode. Unless you are a gigantic fan (I'm not) skip it.
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