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Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
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  Wednesday, Nov 23,2016 18:04 IST
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  Wednesday, Nov 23,2016 18:04 IST
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The movie Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is a spin-off prequel of the popular Harry Potter film series starring Eddie Redmayne and Alison Sudol in the lead roles. The film has been directed by David Yates and distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures.

When New York happens to face mysterious issues in the streets, there prevails a fear that the leader of the evil forces could be the reason behind this attack and a war might break between the public and the evil forces. In a way of prevention, MACUSA (The Magical Congress of the United States of America) increases the intensity of their ban to bring up magical creatures. Meanwhile, the hero, Eddie Redmayne, arrives to New York with a suitcase that houses multiple magic creatures. He is on his way to Arizona to release an injured bird in the dessert located there. But before that, his suitcase goes missing and the magical creatures happen to escape from the suitcase and create havoc in the city. Thinking that Eddie is the reason for the problems, MACUSA decides to catch Eddie and punish him.

How does Eddie escape from this group and saves his magical creatures are narrated in the second half of the film.

Set 70 years before the Harry Potter era, the graphic experts have brought the settings in a perfect manner and make the location great. Even the animals are designed with individual characteristic features and give the audience a visual delight to watch their atrocities. The magical world shown inside the suitcase delivers a feast to the eyes. On the whole, the graphic technology plays the major strength of the film and the movie makers succeed in bringing out their venture very realistic.

Summing up, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them looks fantastic and apt to the likes of children.
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