Have you seen it yet? Because wow. Yeah yeah.
I wondered how they were going to make a film out of a book that was basically an encyclopedia of the beasts from the world of Harry Potter. I should have known it was going to be fantabulous.
I ain’t lyin’, I’m a huge Potter fan and I think they did an excellent job with the films, but I may have liked this even better. Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is a magical film that has all the good stuff: wizards, muggles, super sinister bad guys, and kids that get caught up in something they don’t understand.
It’s not often that a film surprises me. But since I hadn’t read the book by James Patterson and Chris Tebbetts, this one did.
I love reading about and watching films about coming-of-age stories (obviously), so I was pumped to catch Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life. Plus, middle school really was the worst years of my life, so I figured I’d totally relate.
What surprised me about this movie was its depth. I wasn’t expecting it. I was expecting another piece of coming-of-age fluff. This movie wasn’t that. It appeared to be at first, albeit with fabulous acting (I’ve adored Lauren Graham since Gilmore Girls) and an amazing script, but then it showed its depth and made me love it even more.