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  1. "...s stacked. Beasts 2, although the first did well, will likely not be as big as the original Potter films." ...without discussing the other obvious reasons why it would do well, you literally mention one but still decide it won't do well. Determined much? The first one did better than one Harry Potter film with no proof of concept, so no, Crimes of Grindelwald will be their best performer with around 950 million WW and about 265 million, bottom. I think Rampage has a chance at 120-220 mil, that's it.
  2. Oh, stop it with this "charm" bullshit. Since Alfonso Cuaron, the franchise has been known more for its grit and it's gothicisms more than it has been known for its "charm". And Fantastic Beasts had way more "charm" than any of the Potter films, particularly those post Chamber of Secrets. this is a non-fans observation of the first installment of the original series. Harry Potter isn't about "charm". If that's all you ask for, than you're obviously into very light, insubstantial forms of story and entertainment. You sound like one of those people who's onl
  3. “Fantastic Beasts” delivers the most satisfying period fantasy since Tim Burton’s “Sweeney Todd,” but its layers of sophistication are what yield one of the best Hollywood blockbusters of the year. (“Doctor Strange” reaches greater heights in terms of its effects, but falls short on story.) Coming after a jarringly weak season of summer movies, it’s an especially welcome year-end treat." -Indiewire i mean, those were the types of positive reviews people were leaving for Fantastic Beasts. Doctor Strange was so unanimously praised for its visuals, with minute praise being delivered to
  4. Doctor Strange has better visual effects, but in terms of characterization, design, and plotting, the general consensus would be that Fantastic Beasts is the better film by far.
  5. Stop trolling honey, if nobody liked it, the sequel wouldn't be on Fandangos list of the most anticipated films of 2018 this early, it wouldn't have a majority of positive critic reviews, it wouldn't have won favorite year end blockbuster at people's choice, it would've been nominated for 5 Baftas including Best British film, it wouldn't have an A Cinemascore why does the truth upset you?
  6. The 74% certified fresh RT score, A Cinemascore, 66 Metacritics score, and its slew of nominations and wins at the BAFTAS, Oscars, Guild awards, and Critics choice awards disagree with you you are in the critical minority. Deal with it.
  7. The 74% certified fresh RT score, A Cinemascore, 66 Metacritics score, and its slew of nominations and wins at the BAFTAS, Oscars, Guild awards, and Critics choice awards disagree with you
  8. You don't even have the intelligence to look up an actor you obviously don't know. Fantastic Beasts was never going to be about that, and just because your expectations weren't met doesn't mean it "sucks". It was praised by both audiences and critics. So go away.
  9. If he's a renowned actor because of that role, who cares? People are excited about him in Fantastic Beasts, not in Pirates 6. Yours is a non-argument.
  10. Someone is bitter because I rightly knew that Depp is a draw for the GA and not a repellant? Its quite obvious why he'd rank #2 on this list. The Wizarding World haters can sob.
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