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In one of the most fascinating cinematic worlds, The Crimes of Grindelwald miserably fails at what the Harry Potter series was good at: character building over world building.
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An adaptation of a decidedly sub-par novel is a decidedly pleasant surprise, as a master's touch elevates this VR adventure to unexpected and genuinely enjoyable heights