Fantastic Beasts: Crimes of Grindelwald

Being a Potter-head, I was excited for this movie. More so, because my last Harry Potter movie in the theater was the Deathly Hallows Part II. (I missed watching Fantastic Beasts in the theater because my baby was two months old when it was released).

As the time drew closer, so did my excitement. And then I got the tickets for the premiere show. YES, I got to watch the movie two days before it released World Wide. INOX IMAX held a special screening for the movie and I was one of the lucky ones who got to watch it.

About the movie

If you are a crazy Potterhead like I am and have been reading fan fictions, you would probably love the movie. It is loosely based on LOVE which happens to be J K Rowling’s forte. While the first movie showed the World, the love between Newt and the beasts, this one failed to give us something to hold on to.

Yes, there are various dimensions of love that are portrayed here: someone who holds on to the regret of harming someone they loved, while another fails to convert a loving relationship to anything that is more than that. One character turns dark because they were orphaned, while another one refuses to fight the greatest evil of their times.

If one looks closely, the movie is very shallow and gives viewers nothing to hold on to. YES, the movie is grand. The filming and the pace of the movie are mind blowing. When one sits in the theater to watch this spectacular movie unravel itself, one can’t help but be awed by the effects the movie leaves on the eyes and the brain.

About the theater:

The INOX IMAX at Ghatkopar R City is wonderfully made to give people the pleasure of watching movies at its best.

The 7 Star cinema experience unique. Big screen with life like images, the surround sound which makes the movie seem life like to you is an experience that can’t be described using words. The technology has truly changed how one views cinema.

What makes the theater different from other theaters is the Augmented Reality in the lobby.

– An enthralling 550 square feet LED video wall in the lobby with full color, ultra-bright, full motion dynamic real-life like content display, is the largest in any theater.

– An interactive gaming zone powered on a huge LED touchscreen.

Now if that doesn’t excite you, nothing else can!

Have you ever experienced this kind of a theater? Which movie would you go to watch in a theater like this?

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