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Fantastic Beats and Where to Find Them

January 12, 2017

This is a movie inspired by J.K Rowling’s novel. To some extent, it broadens Harry Potter’s world. I was reluctant at first, because I thought that it would be the same as Harry Potter. But it is absolutely not the case and this movie is just amazing. I really liked it because it is a completely different story.


This is a story of Newt Scamander. He is a British man who was expelled from Hogwart because of one of his beats. Then he arrives in New York city without knowing that the witch world  is in danger because of a mysterious strength which creates havoc and of the great sorcerer Gellert Grindelwald who causes a lot of damages in Europe and who is for now untraceable. So Newt Scamander has a suitcase in which there are a lot of beats. He accidentally exchanges his case with a “no-magic” (it is the American version of “muggles”) who leaves some of them go away. Consequently, the British man has to find out his beats. But the situation becomes worse when Percival Graves, the director of the MACUSA (magic congress of the United States of America) begins to suspect Newt and Tina. Tina is an auror and she wants to take his job back. Also, Newt, Tina, her sister Queenie and Jacob (the non-magic) unite their forces to track down the creatures. However, our 4 heroes who are now considered as fugitives, have to overcome many huge obstacles greater than they imagined, because that could start a war between the witches and the “no-magic”.

Here is the link to the trailer:

This is a new trilogy, the second will be published in 2018 and Dumbledore will appear; the last one will be released in 2020.


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