We are in New York in 1926. The magical world of magic lives hidden and the No-Majs – called “Muggles” in England – have no idea what a society exists next to their own. A young magician named Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne) travels with an old suitcase as a baggage and is immediately drawn into a big adventure. This begins with the exchange of his suitcase with that of Jacob (Dan Fogler), followed by the search for escaped magical creatures. Scamander soon became acquainted with the City’s Ministry of Magic, and especially with their employees, Tina Goldstein (Katherine Waterston), who scrambles and scrambles Scamander and Jacob.

But the great danger of facing the world of magic and human beings are not (just) the magical beings who have escaped from the suitcase and are causing unrest. A dark force has evolved and shows itself again and again with devastating consequences. Percival Graves (Colin Farrell), the security chief of the magician, is on the trail of the mystery but does not seem to have any good intentions. On the other hand, the group around Scamander has also set out to combat this threat and must realize that the origin of this force is surprising and the opposing side is doing everything possible to get it under control.

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them Rating

Fantastic Beasts and where to find them is a truly fantastic film, supported by sympathetic figures, where history and effects blend together wonderfully. Although Eddie Redmayne is certainly not everyone’s taste, you get used to him immediately, and after the 133 minutes of filming she can not imagine another actor in this role.