Episode 117. Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald (family friendly!)

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It’s Franchise FffffTuesday, and you know what that means: a snap game of Russian Roulette! The Pauls remember that they’d only seen Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald once before and apparently a lot of people paid money to see it despite it being a pooper of a picture. Is it deserving of constant upsetting derision or is the real crime of Grindelwald the penny sweets that Mark Kermode pilfers from the pick ‘n’ mix aisle in the local Cineworld that he insists on returning to despite several lawful bannings, and rolls around noisily and stickily in his pocket from the front row of the theatre, screaming at children that sit directly behind him while he writes his thoughtful and insightful reviews?

Oh yeah. This one’s FAMILY FRIENDLY!

Featuring: Rob Weadsley, one crime of Grindelwald, some magic (adjective) puns, twitter joke about JK Rowling, JACAAHB!, Grimblywald, Grubblyplank and the real villains here.

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