Another spellbinding adventure for the horsemen ensues when they find their match in yet another magically corrupt organisation.
Unsurprisingly, this film is ripe with magical mischief and trickery. The special effects, as always, are something to be marvelled at, as the audience is left wondering how an earth a camera could be so deceiving.
But beyond the mystic moves, lies a powerful story about lies and deceit; an element the horsemen strive to expose.
A slight irony to this film is the casting of non other than Harry Potter himself, Daniel Radcliffe. However, this time he plays the part of a villain, throwing away his innocent Potter past.
One might think that this film was set up to fail given the enormous successful of its prequel, but this film does in fact go above and beyond expectations; delighting its audience with a captivating show of talent and effect.