It seems that critics weren’t a fan of the latest “Fantastic Beasts” film.
“Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore” was 2 hours and 22 minutes long.
The movie only brought in $43 million at the domestic box office its opening weekend.
That was down from its first “Fantastic Beasts” film ($74M) and second film ($62M).
Brian Lowry of CNN called the film “too much of a dumble-snore.”
Alison Willmore of Vulture wrote, “No one involved in these movies seems to have any idea what their appeal is supposed to be.”
James Verniere of the Boston Herald asked, “Why does this film exist?”
He criticized the “dull, drab characters [that just] stare at each other.”
Katherine Monk of Ex-Press.com called the movie “a trophy case of shiny, but empty, vessels.”