So all in all, the only crime that Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald committed was hyping up this film so much when it should have been marketed as a transition film. This is also the reason that this powerhouse cast of talented actors seemed like they had nothing much to do in this installment so they shouldn’t get too much flak for doing what the script says. Could Crimes of Grindelwald have amped up the action, or just fleshed out the story just a bit? It definitely could have found better use of its 134 minute running time. But I feel confident that all this frustration will pay off in the connecting chapter. Fingers crossed, fellow Potterheads. Fingers crossed.… Read More Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald Movie Review
Its been a while since I last did a book review and what better way to make a comeback than tackling a new book in the Harry Potter franchise, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child? The book is basically the script of the much anticipated play by the same name which recently premiered in the… Read More Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: Book Review
With the conclusion of the Harry Potter movies released recently on cinemas, it would seem fit to find another hero who will fill the void left by the boy wizard in the hearts of fans worldwide. Rick Riordan’s Percy Jackson comes to mind. The books were brought to my attention by a high school buddy,… Read More The Percy Jackson Saga by Rick Riordan
So, with the last chapter of the Harry Potter franchise just around the corner (fans are already making advance reservations on IMAX while Transformers is still playing), I would like to devote this blog to a brief review of previous movies featuring the boy wizard who lived from the very first installment to its penultimate… Read More Harry Potter Movies: A Rundown
With the spate of Hollywood franchises of successful novels and literary series, I am often conflicted as to whether to watch the movie first and get an idea about the book, or read the book first to see how well the film adaptation is. I have intended to do so on many occasions, especially this… Read More Read book before seeing movie or vice versa?