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(Region 3 DVD / Non USA Region *Please check your DVD player region compatibility*) Languages: English, Korean, Portuguese, Spanish, Thai / Subtitles: English, Traditional Chinese 繁體中文字幕, Korean, Portuguese, Spanish, Thai / Synopsis: Something mysterious threatens to expose the wizarding community in 1926 New York. As Newt Scamander nears the end of a global excursion to research and rescue magical creatures, No-Maj Jacob Kowalski inadvertently lets some of them loose. The mission to recover them puts an unlikely band of heroes on a collision course with Dark forces. 1926年，紐約接二連三地發生神秘事件，整個巫師群體面臨曝光的危機！魔法動物學家紐特斯卡曼德在世界各地搜救稀有魔法動物的計劃接近尾聲時，竟被「莫魔」雅各無意打開了魔法裝置，讓魔法動物從中逃跑出來。在他們尋找魔法動物的任務途中，卻與黑暗勢力碰個正着...
There are countless reviews of this movie and there seem to be some consistent themes that I feel really hurt the potential here.1) Too many storylines going at once that had no necessary intersection with each other. Searching for magical creatures to create a zoo-in-a-case is its own story; Grindelwald and the Obscurial is its own story. Each of these could have happened without any need for the other.2) Actor choices could have been improved. I could not understand or hear many of the lines delivered by the primary actor because they were mumbled. The director should have fixed this and redone the scenes. Also I don't enjoy actors who point their head's toward the ground while they are acting. It constricts the throat, we can't hear what they are saying, and we can't see their mouths move to try and decipher what they are saying. It also gets tiresome looking at someone looking at the ground.3) So much potential with the Obscurial and we got almost zero information about how it happens, why it happens, why it happened to this character, etc. It's briefly mentioned that it's when someone tries to hold back their magical powers or suppresses them, but based on the destructive force we saw in this movie the Obscurial is more powerful than Voldemort or Dumbledore or anything we saw in the HP movies, and it should have been a MUCH bigger deal.4) Exposition - I am not a fond fan of the sweeping monologues that are overly dramatic and don't move the storyline forward. The ending when Grindelwald in disguise is on the train platform lecturing...get on with it!5) Get on with it! In general! The movie was an hour too long...I'm not even sure that anything of relevance happened within the first hour of the movie other than setting up the third storyline that I didn't even mention yet and that's the love story with the mind reader and the muggle. Third movie right there - or at least a short story.The movie suffered from lack of an editorial eye on the script, and lack of a directorial eye on the implementation.It is unlikely that I will watch the sequel given how rough the first was. It's sad really - because it held absolutely nothing of the magic and adventure that we saw from the Harry Potter adaptations.
Fantastic! Our family has loved the Harry Potter books for years, but the films, while well-done, never quite matched the picture in my head of certain story elements.Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is not burdened by a lot of source material (beyond the "textbook") to muddy the waters. Just lovely to see an unexpected backstory that (eventually) ties into the Harry Potter series without having a predetermined image in my mind of the characters or how the plot was handled/interpreted by the film makers. Also adds depth to our understanding of the background in the main Harry Potter canon. Looking forward to revelations as the remaining adventures unfold in future films.I've also found that this film is much easier to watch with those who aren't familiar with the Harry Potter series as it truly is a charming, stand alone story.This review is for Fantastic Beasts..not sure why the reviews for the Harry Potter Set are mixed in with these, kind of annoying. Anyway, I love this movie! Not as much going on visually as in the HP movies but still very enjoyable. What I love about this movie are the actors and the Beasts. Eddie Redmayne, Alison Sudol and especially Dan Folgler (which was sort of surprising) made me love their characters. The visual effects were super and the music was beautiful. I have watched this movie, literally, 20 times and I still cry at the end! ????Well, its actually quite a fun story with some interesting eye candy. I love the main character and the acting is pretty good. But there was this underlying theme progressive theme that just didn't add up. In Europe today you can literally be jailed for sharing your opinion on social media, yet the movie portrayed America as being the oppressive force! That got a bit ridiculous and really made the movie hard to watch in certain points. Everyone here can still voice their opinion and not do jail time for whatever happens to offend someone, so to see the movie portray the US as more oppressive than the british was quite a shocker - I have friends in Europe who tell me all the time how there is no freedom of speech over there so, yeah kind of a crock to see this agenda pushed in an otherwise creative movie.
I don't know why there is all this kvetching going about this film because I found it thoroughly enjoyable. At last we find out there IS a magic school here in the US in the Harry Potter world and the fact this takes place in the 1920's gives it a flair for yesteryear. I know Potter Purists thumb their noses at it but well Pfffft their loss. I for one am glad Ms. Rowling took the chance to write about Potter's world and flesh it out more. THIS is what I wish would happen in other genres of fiction I enjoy such as Star Trek, Stargate, and so on which do not have to be set in the same time line as the main characters of the stories we love rather let the authors develop other characters and flesh them out in side novels, novellas and short stories as well as films and TV shows.I guess what I like about this is the way Newt goes about collecting endangered animals and as an animal lover I cannot see how anyone could down this film just because there's not Potter or Moldyvort in it. Meh. They had their time and they are finished. Perhaps Ms. Rowling will write about Potter's kids in the future but I hope she finds other wizards and witches in her world to write about. Maybe even do a series on how Hogwarts came about?Regardless this is a FUN film and the action is good, at times though it can be a bit slow however such is to be expected in these fantasy films. Overall I recommend it to anyone who enjoys mythology, zoology and crazy wizards. ;) in our desire to bring the brightest and coolest items to our stores, teams dedicated to particular niche segments use their skills and knowledge to spot the trends ahead of the curve and provide brands with a platform from which to build throughout the store network.