Although there are no more Harry Potter books and movies to enchant her fans, J. K. Rowling has not abandoned the Wizard World. In the second of the five-part Fantastic Beast films, written by Rowling herself, she and director David Yates transport us to a time well before Harry and his friends studied at Hogwarts. …
Newt Scamander, author of Harry Potter’s textbook, is the hero of this story about the mayhem created when his beasts escaped from his suitcase during his stopover in NYC a generation earlier.
During WW 2 a bullied little boy, trying to bring his father back from the war, learns lessons in racial tolerance & the difference between faith & magic.
Kenneth Brannagh and Lily James of ‘Downton’ give us a wonderfully romantic new Cinderella. Click to read my entire review.
In a kingdom of magic a feisty princess, betrayed by her lover, enters the Dark Forest to rescue her sister, and there unexpectedly finds her true love.
An 11 year-old orphan raised by cruel relatives discovers at wizard’s school that he is the son of famous parents & must face the being that killed them.
This is the BEST Disney animated musical since “Beauty and the Beast”! Plus, it features a heroic young woman in the lead role. Go see it with your family! (CLICK on the title, here, to read my entire review.)