Hodderscape Reviews… Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

By The Hodderscape Team

Posted on November 29, 2018 in Fantasy, Film, Fun Stuff, Review with tags

Calling all fans of Harry Potter and the wider magical world, Hodderscape have a lively discussion for you on the new wizarding world movie, Fantastic Beasts: the Crimes of Grindelwald.  

We couldn’t decide who should write the review so we decided that a one-off discussion would be perfect!

 

WARNING: THIS POST AND THE RECORDING CONTAINS SPOILERS!

 

In our audio review, we deep dive into a range of questions like…

  • WHO IS AURELIUS DUMBLEDORE?! (And how is this even possible?)
  • Who is Credence then really?
  • What does this new story arc with Queenie Goldstein really mean?
  • What do we think about the inclusion of Nagini? And all the other new characters?
  • Did we see enough about the relationship between Dumbledore and Grindelwald?
  • Is Grindelwald really ‘evil’?
  • Who is the mysterious Phoenix?
  • What was this movie really trying to do? Is it a bit too jumbled, or is it totally epic and building into something bigger?
  • And most importantly, what was everyone’s new favourite animal?! (Were there even enough animals in this new movie?)
  • Plus, obviously our ratings out of 10!

If you are a Wizarding World fanatic then this is a must listen! And we would LOVE to hear your thoughts, so please leave your comments below.

Comments

2 comments on “Hodderscape Reviews… Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald”

  • Harry who? says:

    I have no interest in Harry Potter but really want to work at Hodderscape as you all seem so lovely. I could just make the tea & fetch biccies if you want…

  • Julian Smith. says:

    I think it is very interesting as it provides a new insight into the wizard world.It is however just a stop-over film leading on to further adventures.

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