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Friday, 14 October 2016

Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children Review

One of 2016's best picture

Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children Review – Another master piece of book to film adaptation by my favourite acentric Director, Mr. Tim Burton!   

The Peculiar Family tv time. 

Jacob (Asa Butterfield – talk about a cool peculiar name ey?) have always been close to his grandfather, Abraham and fascinated by his bed time stories. However when Abraham passes away in an odd way, Jacob becomes depressed and follows his shrink’s advice to get away with his Dad. They travel to Wales where Jacob discovers that the ‘fairy-tale’ his grandfather have been telling him are actually true and the peculiar child together with their caretaker, Miss Peregrine (Eva Green) really exist in another dimension. Jacob soon learns his ‘mission’ but can he really accept his uniqueness or shun away from the peculiar children? 

The Magician, Tim Burton working on his trick.

Lately some movies trailers looked better than the actual movie but Miss Peregrine intrigued my interest from the beginning. From the floating girl to the weird twins and the rest of the ‘strange’ children. Thankfully my instinct was right as I enjoyed every moment of this film. Asa is great as Jacob but Eva was amazing and flawless. Add the talented Mr. Samuel L Jackson into the mix and you got a winning cast who played their roles remarkably well. The special effects were breathtaking. The story was simple enough to be enjoyed by both kids and adults. The music was marvellous. How else can I praise this movie except to say it is one of my favourite film for this year and also one of the best adaptation ever made. 

Eva aims and hit my heart with her amazing performance.

Tim Burton is a genius and I look forward to more magnum opus such as this from the skilful director. 

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