The "Crimes of Grindelwald", the second installment in the "Awesome Monsters" series, received a different opinion from critics, according to the BBC.
Most of the critics gave the film three out of five stars, and some pointed out that the plot was "overloaded" with details.
The critics appreciated the film character of the film as a "living portrait", as well as the British actor Jude & # 39; and Lawa, criticizing critics for the role of the young Albus Dumbledore & # 39;
Many agreed that the imagination of the British writer and novelist JK Rowling was as amazing as in her entire work.
The second part gained critical acclaim for their own special effects and graphic tricks. Rowling plans to write five parts of the fantastic adventure series "Amazing Beasts".
The film critic, Karen James, in the Hollywood Reporter, described the film as "full of vitality." But she said the movie had some "big problems", including the portrait of the evil wizard by John Depp.
The filmmaker, Peter Bradshaw, gave the film three stars from the five stars in Guardian, and Bradshaw praised the "architectural details of Rowling's work" and described them as amazing as ever. However, he said that the pace of narration in the film was not related to some degree.
"I'm not a fan of Harry Potter, but I was fascinated all the time when I saw the crimes of Grindelwald," said Chris Honeset from the Daily Mirror.