The Wizarding World Ranked From Least To Most Enjoyable Part 1 (10-6) | LRM Ranks It

Welcome to LRM Ranks It! This is the video feature where two LRM writers share their personal rankings for various properties! Be it comic book movies or Star Wars-related, you’d better believe we have opinions on what’s good, what’s bad, and what’s best.

This week, The Cantina columnist Kyle Malone and LRM Online Editor-In-Chief, Joseph Jammer Medina, rank what may be the second most beloved franchise in all of the world… The Wizarding World!

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It all started with a book and from there the whole thing exploded. The Harry Potter franchise took the world by storm and became a beloved franchise. After the original story ended, author J.K. Rowling, decided she had more to say and started the Fantastic Beasts saga. We’re two films into that franchise and it has three more to go. The Wizarding World shows no signs of slowing, and we think that is a good thing.

Do you agree with Kyle or Jammer’s rankings? How do you place these films? Let us know in the comments below, and look out for the top 5 video coming soon!

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