1) A lot of people hated the Harry and Hermione dancing scene but I thought it was really sweet. Nothing romantic about it, it should not give hope and comfort to H/Hr shippers and if David Yates thought it would then he's a worse director than he has hitherto let on. I just thought it was adorable that Harry was trying to cheer Hermione up and I appreciated that it didn't work. So apparently I enjoy seeing miserable people fail to cheer each other up.
2) Needs more Lupin. I don't just say thing because David Thewlis incredibly sexy in a slightly confusing way (although surely that's reason enough, dude he has a face out of another century, I could look at it forever). I was terribly disappointed that Lupin's mid-life crisis attempt to leave his pregnant wife and go on adventures with teenagers didn't make it to the movie. It would have been a good scene for Thewlis. Instead we mostly had him hovering about in the background not doing much.
3) More complaining
The movie killed Grindlewald's atoning moment of ambiguity. In the book Gridlewald attempts to throw Voldemort off the trail of the Elder wand, telling him that he, Grindlewald, was never it's master. The reader can later draw their own conclusions about whether this constitutes protecting Dumbledore, attempting to thwart Voldemort, and showing some small measure of remorse for his dark Wizardry or if it's just for the evulz. In the movie Grindlewald doesn't give a fuck, passes all the info to Voldemort does what he has to do to move the plot along, basucally he's all, 'dig up his grave, pull out his wand'
This is lame. And it makes me feel bad for Dumbledore. Who's dead. Ow, my heart
4)This isn't technically about the movie but the guy who sat next to me spent the whole movie munching popcorn, and tapping his foot until finally he started CRACKING HIS KNUCKLES. This kind of thing happens to me every time I go see a blockbuster.
5) None of this is to say that I didn't enjoy the movie. I really did.