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fortis wrote:I just came here to say eddie redmayne is a very pretty man.
I was too young to be a fangirl and go to any of the previous HP releases. I remember the release of Deathly Hallows Pt. 2 (I was 10 or 11, in love with the series but hadn't discovered fandoms yet), and I wasn't allowed to watch PG-13 movies yet, so this was completely my first experience and it was great.
As for Graves, he could have used Credence so much more effectively as a pawn than to just kick him to the dirt once his apparent usefulness was over.
If they have someone who can effortlessly read minds on their payroll, why didn't the ministry put her to more use in interrogations? It's almost as effective as Veritaserum unless the person specifically trained against it and infinitely easier to obtain.
Another point is that Grindlewald's "reveal" was so anticlimactic and unessecary to the plot that I actually forgot it happened for a while.
Also, since Jacob seemed to have an affinity for Magical creatures, Newt could have easily offered him a job as an assistant instead of just saying "this is what must be done". He could even have smuggled him away in the suitcase to make it easier. At the very least, he should have been given that choice.
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