“Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” where is it unusual? Let’s review it together!
Harry Potter, whether it is a novel or a movie, is a true cultural phenomenon. Not surprisingly, everyone involved wants the story to continue.”Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” is refreshing, although the background is set in the magical world.
But it presents a whole new set of characters and a whole new story, not just the restart of the Potter legend.
Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne) was briefly mentioned in a book of Harry Potter.
He traveled to New York City in the 1920s with a magic briefcase full of magical animals.
American wizards are very cautious – this is the heyday of the dark wizard Gellert Grindelwald.
He disappeared after causing severe damage in Europe – they are being threatened by an organization called New Salem.
The organization is led by Mary Lou Barebone, a fanatical determination to eliminate all witchcraft.
Therefore, when the unsuspecting Muggle Jacob Kowalski (Dan Fogler) accidentally let some creatures escape, Newt attracted the attention of the wizard and the Sparrow (American Muggle) community.
Porpentina Esther “Tina” Goldstein (Katherine Waterston) is eager to return to his position and jumps into the investigation,
There are so many plots in Fantastic Beasts, and it is not surprising to find that JK Rowling wrote the script herself.
This may be part of the reason why the story feels both fresh and familiar.
There are all the elements we know from the original story, but well adjusted in a story that also feels more mature.
The unlikely heroes here are not schoolchildren but adults, even if they are all a little strange.
The complexity and cruelty of the wizarding world are magnified here because of the threat of Grindelwald in the opening film and the threat of mysterious powers in New York itself.
As in later Porter’s novels, the wizarding community is not entirely benign.
Even in terms of goodness, arbitrary use of annihilation spells may be considered a violation of Muggle rights, everything is very timely,
Newt Scamander is unusual, taking care of magical creatures at this time is outdated.
They seem to be regarded as pests at best, risking exposure.
We understand some of his backstory-expelled from Hogwarts, defended by Dumbledore-and the stage is ready for a possible sequel, even though the story is independent.
Rowling’s liberal message of support for tolerance emphasizes all the magic and a lot of hoaxes.
It did struggle slightly under the weight of the Expo, but it was still a valuable addition to Canon.