Thursday, 15 December 2016

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, the film

This November 18 2016, it came out the famous movie ‘Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them’, directed by David Yates and distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures. It’s a prequel of the Harry Potter film series. The film was produced and written by J. K. Rowling.
In this film, they show us the differences between the magicians of England and the United States. As well, it shows us their relationship with the 'No-Maj' or 'Muggles' (no-magical people). We can also see the differences between the lifestyles of magicians in both countries (there is a lot of differences).
Located in 1926. Newt Scamander is a magician that has an old suitcase full of magical creatures he has been collecting in his travels around the world. His objective is to arrive to New York but in this new adventure, Newt will discover that the American magic community is hiding from muggles (called non-maj in America). For this reason, the exposition of magic in public has worse consequences than in the UK. He meets with a Muggle named Jacob, who first causes problems but later helps a lot. After there, some Newt’s fantastic creatures ecaped from his suitcase and caused problems in the magical world and in the Muggle’s world. Newt, looks desperately for all the creatures with Jacob’s help.
What will happen at the end? Will anyone stop it? Will they get it?
I invite you to watch the film and enjoy it as much as I do, being or not fan of Harry Potter film series. I give it the highest score and I recommend it 100%.
Newt Scamander is a lonely man, shy and a bit strange, but with an unconditional love for the magical creatures.
Jacob Kowalski is the 'No-Maj' or 'muggle' who helps a lot to the principal character and is funny
Porpentina Goldstein (she's a witch) is a strong girl who does things for herself.

Percival Graves is the villain of the film and is very manipulating.
Esther C. M.
4th ESO A

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