Starring: Eddie Redmayne, Colin Farrell, Katherine Waterston, Dan Fogler, John Voight, Alison Sudol, Ron Perlman, Ezra Miller. Plot: We follow Newt Scamander (Redmayne) on his quest to return a... fantastic beast to its home. But there's a kink or three.Review: So this movie made a boat load of money its first weekend. I went into it not really knowing too much about it, but with semi high hopes as the Harry potter movies were, for the most part, enjoyable. I can't say as I was disappointed, but at the same time I certainly wasn't impressed. I don't think I even have an opinion about the movie to be honest.We join Newt as he has entered America and is immediately run into by Dan Fogler (who became the best part of the movie). Slight comedy ensues as they both have the same suitcase and mix them up. From there we find that Scamander has come to America to purchase the stomach of an exotic creature to give to someone as a gift (I assume as a bag, but perhaps a hat?).He gets taken into the American ministry of magic only to leave and have to stay at the agents who brought him in's house. We then find the REAL reason he's meant to come back, to return a giant bird to his home in Arizona.All the while we find see Colin Farrell doing semi dastardly things, but not really. We then see some people who were dubbed the "Second Salemers" and want a witch hunt.I'll leave the rest unknown in case you want to see the movie, but that's the first...25-45 minutes.This movie was really forgettable throughout, it has taken me some time to figure out what to write about this movie at all to be honest. I cannot say that I enjoyed any of the characters outside of Dan Fogler, they were all very transparent and not done well. I really don't like Eddie Redmayne at all and found his choice of mumbling everything to the point of incoherence to be a little odd. It wasn't quite breathe talking, but more of just "mmmhmmbmmhmllmblle" and everyone seemed to just pick up on it.The effects and cinematography were phenomenal as to be expected, the creatures looked really well gorgeous (though I felt we could have had more of them and as they were literally the title of the movie) and the time period that it was filmed in looked very authentic. The only downside I saw for this movie was sight specifically. It was a very dark movie and I think it could have been so much brighter and more visual.I mean... see it if you want to, but I wouldn't say it's a must see at all and I certainly wouldn't say see it if you love Harry Potter because it's pretty removed as it takes place like... fifty years prior or something like that.