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* Henry Shaw Jr's death and his family's reaction. Yeah, the guy was a jerk but no family should witness such a cruel and bizarre death as seen by his father's and brother's expressions, although Langdon may not have genuinely felt saddened since he lived in his brother's shadow.

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* Henry Shaw Jr's death and his family's reaction. Yeah, the guy was a jerk but no family should witness such a cruel and bizarre death as seen by his father's and brother's expressions, expression, although his brother Langdon may not have genuinely felt saddened at all since he lived in his brother's shadow.shadow and was only thinking that he was right about witchcraft.


* Henry Shaw Jr's death and his family's reaction. Yeah, the guy was a jerk but no family should witness such a cruel and bizarre death as seen by his father's and brother's expressions.

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* Henry Shaw Jr's death and his family's reaction. Yeah, the guy was a jerk but no family should witness such a cruel and bizarre death as seen by his father's and brother's expressions.expressions, although Langdon may not have genuinely felt saddened since he lived in his brother's shadow.


* When Newt pleads with MACUSA not to harm the creatures in his case. The guy has been doing field research on these creatures for over a year, has saved a few of them from poachers and possible extinction, and wants to prove that they're not dangerous to fellow wizards -- only for them to possibly be harmed/killed over something that they didn't even do. Eddie Redmayne's performance is heartbreaking; by the end of the scene Newt is on the verge of tears and is ''screaming'' for his creatures not to be hurt as he's dragged away.

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* When Newt pleads with MACUSA not to harm the creatures in his case. The guy has been doing field research on these creatures for over a year, has saved a few of them from poachers and traffickers and possible extinction, and wants to prove that they're not dangerous to fellow wizards -- only for them to possibly be harmed/killed over something that they didn't even do. Eddie Redmayne's performance is heartbreaking; by the end of the scene Newt is on the verge of tears and is ''screaming'' for his creatures not to be hurt as he's dragged away.


** Worse is the bitch of a (adoptive) mother just coldly says that [[KickTheDog she isn't her mother and that his real mother was "a wicked, unnatural woman"]].

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** Worse is the bitch of a (adoptive) mother just coldly says that [[KickTheDog she isn't her his mother and that his real mother was "a wicked, unnatural woman"]].

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* After their parents' deaths from illness, the Goldstein Sisters had only each other.


** Queenie's reaction when she hears Tina and Newt's thoughts as Graves sentences them to death. She's so overwhelmed by their despair and fear that she drops a fully loaded tea tray, standing dumbfounded horror as the rest of the office stares at her

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** Queenie's reaction when she hears Tina and Newt's thoughts as Graves sentences them to death. She's so overwhelmed by their despair and fear that she drops a fully loaded tea tray, standing dumbfounded with horror as the rest of the office stares at her

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** Queenie's reaction when she hears Tina and Newt's thoughts as Graves sentences them to death. She's so overwhelmed by their despair and fear that she drops a fully loaded tea tray, standing dumbfounded horror as the rest of the office stares at her

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** FridgeHorror when you realize that, with the Swooping Evil venom wiping out bad memories, his family might not have any recollection of the fact that or how Shaw Jr. died.

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** Queenie tearfully [[spoiler:asking Jacob to let her go with him. She was basically offering to give up her whole life and the world she's known, all so she can be with him. And Jacob refuses, knowing it wouldn't be right to have Queenie do such a thing for him. Of course, the film's epilogue shows that there may be hope for them after all, but... ''damn''.]]


-->''"Dont hurt those creatures, nothing in there is dangerous! Please, dont hurt my creatures! They aren't dangerous! '''PLEASE, THEY ARE NOT DANGEROUS! THEY ARE NOT DANGEROUS!'''"''

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-->''"Dont -->''"Don't hurt those creatures, nothing in there is dangerous! Please, dont don't hurt my creatures! They aren't dangerous! '''PLEASE, THEY ARE NOT DANGEROUS! THEY ARE NOT DANGEROUS!'''"''



* How Newt came to possess an Obscurus in his suitcase: while he was traveling in Sudan, he found a eight-year-old girl locked away and abused because she was magic. He tried to help her, to ''save'' her but ultimately failed. The way his voice breaks when he remembers how young she was...

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* How Newt came to possess an Obscurus in his suitcase: while he was traveling in Sudan, he found a eight-year-old girl locked away and abused because she was magic.magical. He tried to help her, to ''save'' her but ultimately failed. The way his voice breaks when he remembers how young she was...


* The rather pitiful sounds Credence makes when Graves meets him in the ally, and when he finds him in his house. It's obvious the abuse he is suffering is severely damaging him not just physically, but emotionally and mentally. Every time Graves so much as touches him he seems to gravitate towards it. It's fairly obvious he doesn’t get shown any form of care or affection from his parental figures, which is horrifyingly depressing. Made even worse when Graves [[spoiler:hits him and then rejects him once he gets what he wants, and all Credence can do is sob as the last seemingly kind adult in his life is shown to be just as cruel as the others]].

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* The rather pitiful sounds Credence makes when Graves meets him in the ally, alley, and when he finds him in his house. It's obvious the abuse he is suffering is severely damaging him not just physically, but emotionally and mentally. Every time Graves so much as touches him he seems to gravitate towards it. It's fairly obvious he doesn’t get shown any form of care or affection from his parental figures, which is horrifyingly depressing. Made even worse when Graves [[spoiler:hits him and then rejects him once he gets what he wants, and all Credence can do is sob as the last seemingly kind adult in his life is shown to be just as cruel as the others]].

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* Tina watching the happy past scene with her mother when she's about to be executed.


** Worse is the bitch of a (adoptive) mother just coldly says that [[KickTheDog she isn't her mother and that his real mother was "a witch"]].

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** Worse is the bitch of a (adoptive) mother just coldly says that [[KickTheDog she isn't her mother and that his real mother was "a witch"]].wicked, unnatural woman"]].

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** Worse is the bitch of a (adoptive) mother just coldly says that [[KickTheDog she isn't her mother and that his real mother was "a witch"]].


-->[[spoiler:'''Jacob''': [[SelfDeprecation There's loads like me.]]]]
-->[[spoiler:'''Queenie''': [[CallBack No, there's only one like you.]]]]

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-->[[spoiler:'''Jacob''': [[SelfDeprecation There's loads like me.]]]]
-->[[spoiler:'''Queenie''':
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'''Queenie''':
[[CallBack No, there's only one like you.]]]]

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