Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them User Reviews

Current Rating: 3.51

Current Rating: 3.51

based on 294 votes and 48 reviews

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  • 2 stars I think the premise was ok. But the beasts weren't beautifully fantastic. The person with the briefcase spent the entire movie hunched over seemingly speaking to a spectre behind him. Or was too dark a film. I had though it would be a more interesting and pretty movie, smaller, less loud, less yelling. Maybe that they were more benevolent, or something. I think the movie makers in trying to make up for the lack of substance, just made more, loud, yelling and screaming animals. Too bad.
  • 5 stars wonderful :)
  • 5 stars I saw the movie on Sunday with a friend of mine and her caregiver, we had liked it
  • 1 stars Don't listen to people who can't review a movie without slandering those who disagree with them. \/ \/ Shameful.
  • 5 stars don't listen to bad reviewers. they're most likely angry star wars virgins lol. the movie was great. judge for yourself
  • Wizardry on steroids, I see they're going to make it very over-the-top in this series. Entertaining enough, excellent CGI and visuals. Plot a little thin though. And what is with Eddie Redmayne's character's dialogue? Totally incomprehensible. And that is unfortunate, because during those scenes where his lines call for him to explain the plot to the audience, you're lost. Redmayne tries to play it coy, but in doing so doesn't have near the charm of Radcliffe. Hopefully the next installment will have a better script and Redmayne will articulate his lines a little better. Series has potential though-just a lukewarm first offering.
  • 1 stars More garbage from Rowling, a writer with much more luck than talent.
  • 1 stars Whow. I couldn`t believe how bad this movie was. The Potter movies were terrific but this wasn`t. Couldn`t understand Newt. all he did was mumble. I was debating walking out but hung on to the end. This movie has one thing. Visual effects and not much else.
  • 3 stars I loved the Harry Potter books and movies, and I mean LOVED!, so I was excited to see this latest spin-off. I left entertained yet disappointed. It obviously is setting up the next line of movies and yet it lacked some of the sizzle one expects a 'pilot' would have to grab your attention. Thoroughly enjoyed the Jacob and Queenie characters; thought Newt (Redmayne) was oddly directed as I normally love anything he does, but the overt shyness didn't draw me in; and sadly thought Ms. Waterston was miscast as Porpentina. Still, the movie is worth seeing and look forward to improved sequels.
  • 5 stars a stunning triumph of visual wonder. loved every minute of it.

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

Genre:  Action/Adventure, Family, Sci-Fi/Fantasy | Running Time:  133 min.
In theatres:  November 18, 2016

Current rating: Rating: 3.51
based on 294 votes and 48 reviews
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Cast: Eddie Redmayne, Colin Farrell, Ezra Miller, Ron Perlman, Katherine Waterston, Samantha Morton, Jon Voight, Carmen Ejogo, Dan Fogler, Alison Sudol

Inspiration: J.K. Rowling