Fantastic Beasts the Crimes of Grindelwald

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Does a cat die?
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Does an animal die?
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heckyeahheckno
I'm really not sure if the animal dies. In the beginning there is a little animal named Antonia, she is a Chupacabra and the pet of Grindelwald. While Grindelwald is escaping in a flying carriage Antonia crawls on him and purrs (clearly she loves him). He holds her and says she's too needy and throws her out the window. It was infuriating and ruined the entire movie for me. For a series about the love and care of animals I cannot believe that we started with the brutal and cruel treatment of one. We don't find out what happens to her. We can only hope she lives.
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JohnCena
Queenie’s ability to hear people thoughts starts to get really loud and it’s somewhat similar to an anxiety attack (it’s not too long, though).
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riotgeek
There is a scene where a parasite is removed from a character's eye.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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jamieblazej
We see the backstory of the woman who becomes Nagini
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RoseKittyZelyez
The begining scenes take place during a cgi thunderstorm with black and white flashes (lasts 8 or so minutes)
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cheshirecaine
A child is very clearly killed off-screen. A baby is drowned, the cloth covering the baby is seen sinking in the water; and the cloth and its motion through the water are repeatedly shown in memories.
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cheshirecaine
Both of a child's parents are killed early in the movie. Later a mother dies in childbirth.
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cheshirecaine
One character has multiple bones broken a minute or so apart. *Very audible* cracking noises. Evident pain but the character doesn't seem to show any lasting injuries.
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ereva150
Arguably, one of the characters knows they will die before walking into Grindelwald's spell. It is framed as a heroic sacrifice, but that's still arguably altruistic suicide, particularly with the struggles this character had for the rest of the movie.
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heibonna
the next presidential candidate is tossed to his death by the obscurial
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ofstarsandhoney
no, but a mother does die during childbirth
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ereva150
It is not explicit in this movie, but Credence is 100% confirmed abused from the previous movie Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them, and that is indeed referenced in this movie. If you're familiar with the previous movie, it's more than just implied abuse.
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ereva150
Very end of the movie, a character walks into Grindelwald's spell, which is a ring of blue flame designed to allow his true believers to walk through it and those who oppose him to be burned.
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livih99
No one is possessed but a character is put under a love enchantment
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thespianscreed
It is mentioned that a character's mother was put under a spell and essentially kidnapped away from her family by a man who desired her; it is mentioned she has a child with him, presumably against her will.
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ereva150
During Grindelwald's speech, he shows images of the future, including WWII.
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livih99
The actual childbirth isn't shown but it shows a mother dying because of childbirth
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ereva150
None explicitly shown, but heavily referenced.
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Crayfisher
Extended scene of pulling a bug/parasite type creature from someone's eye, very up close and explicit
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ereva150
Very brief clips of WWII shown during a prophecy scene
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ereva150
The Harry Potter franchise has always been an allegory for intolerance, with the villains believing that pureblood wizards are the top of the foodchain and anyone lesser should be killed or subservient. This is never more apparent than in Crimes of Grindelwald, when Grindelwald directly alludes to a coming WWII. He uses charm and the least hateful speech he can because that's how he wins his followers, but his ideals are still hateful. There is also heavily implied disgust towards Albus Dumbledore's past romantic feelings towards Grindelwald, even if not outwardly stated.
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