All my life I wanted to have a dog. And now I’m so useless that I can’t take care of a dog and walk with a dog several times a day.
I think #Niffler will be the best and only one useful pet in my situation... he will steal gold and jewelry for me and I will not be so poor at last... of course I can’t earn money even for myself... because in my beautiful country there is no job for a blind idiot like me... «It’s not we, who are vile» (c) Grindelwald
Did a collab with @hogwprts 😁💞 go follow her, she's so talented. 😭😍❤😎
OOPS I ADDED THE WRONG USERNAME AT THE START KSKSSKSJJ sorry
Cc, mine + @hogwprts
Dt, @hogwprts for collabing with me ❤❤
#FantasticBeastsTheCrimesOfGrindelwald (2018): 5/10
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald is the latest film in the ‘Fantastic Beasts’ film series and is once again directed by David Yates and written by J.K. Rowling herself. We return to the Wizarding World roughly 6 months after the events of ‘Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them’ as Grindelwald escapes custody and Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne) looks to track him down.
The first ‘Fantastic Beasts’ film was met with trepidation after a hugely successful run of Harry Potter films, a feeling that was quickly quashed by its magical charm and wit, with the core characters all playing an important role in the film’s plot. It flowed effortlessly right from the first minute, with our main heroes coming together naturally. Unfortunately the same can’t be said for ‘The Crimes Of Grindelwald’, which gets lost in its convoluted and often messy plot. Most surprisingly of all though, the film feels very flat, devoid of any real spark or magic that we enjoyed about the first. All of the Wizarding World elements are present, the creatures, the wands, the spells, but it just feels hollow, which you could never say about any of the previous nine films.
Much like elements of the prequel ‘Star Wars’ films, ‘The Crimes Of Grindelwald’ feels purpose-built to setup future films and events, often cheapening the draw of the characters and events in the Harry Potter series. Even the film’s big reveal at the conclusion, nods to Harry Potter lore, and a revisit to the popular school of Hogwarts are not enough for us to ignore the fact that this is a hugely disappointing entry in the ‘Fantastic Beasts’ film series that just feels like filler, putting the pieces in the right place for the films that are to follow.