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Plot: When Jacob discovers clues to a mystery that stretches across time, he finds Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children. But the danger deepens after he gets to know the residents and learns about their special powers. Runtime: 127 mins Release Date: 30 Sep 2016
Tim Burton does it again - he manages to create with passion and imagination a whole new world, for those of us who need new worlds. Thus if you love fantasy and dreams made serious and scary go see it in 3d because it's great. If you are more of an adult than the child within and you like films with linear plot and logic and exhaustive explanations you probably won't become a fan and that's OK too. Just don't rate it low just because it's not your type, a movie should be rated for what it was meant to be and for what the team behind it tried to accomplish. Watch the <more>
trailer, if you like it you'll probably love the film. It's worth mentioning that it is quite dark and scary so it's not for every child.
I went to the cinema yesterday to watch this movie. I had low expectations because Tim Burton's latest movies were boring but he finally made a decent, interesting movie that did not bore me at all!! Eva Green is amazing and thank God Johnny Depp and Helen Bonham Carter were not in this one AGAIN!! The script, the performances, the direction, the special effects all were decent and enjoyable! Don't get me wrong, it is a fantasy movie, don't expect to watch a masterpiece BUT I really liked it. Go with your kids not very young, i'd say from 10 years of age and older and your <more>
friends, you will relax and watch something interesting. Especially young people will find this movie really good! Don't hesitate to go to your nearest cinema and watch it! You won't be disappointed!
Eva Green is such a great actress (by meettheramos)
Great to see Eva Green to do some role that doesn't require to show flesh. She is a great actress and very attractive. It's about time for her to do roles like this, so people can see her talent and not being blinded for being a very attractive actress. Wishing you all the best Ms Eva Green. Great film as well, any Tim Burton film is something that you would need to watch and understand deeper not just with what you see on his film. His uniqueness and his hidden message on his films are something his fans are looking for. Many people might find his movies plain, dark or lacking with <more>
something, but little did they know, there are reason and messages behind that, no eyes could see it but better understanding heart and your mind will see these hidden messages and would understand what life really means. That's why he is one of the most talented directors and writers in the industry.
Another magical masterpiece from Tim Burton (by Ramascreen)
#MissPeregrinesHomeForPeculiarChildren is a Tim Burton movie through and through. There are elements of "Frankenweenie" in it, there's a little bit of "Big Fish" too and "Edward Scissorhands" as well, full of goth and oddities, if this film had been directed by somebody else, it would've done the story disservice because the world and the characters that author Ransom Riggs created in his novel are pretty much in Tim Burton's neck of the woods. Some might even describe this as the X-Men movie that Tim Burton never made.Scripted by Jane Goldman <more>
"Kick-Ass," "X-Men: First Class" I don't want to give too much away here but let me briefly tell you the plot which focuses on a young kid named Jake Asa Butterfield . One day, an incident befalls his grandfather, which then leads Jake to visit Wales, the location of the orphanage from his grandfather stories. In his search, he encounters the peculiar children that his grandfather had talked so much about and they lead him to Miss Peregrine Eva Green who explains to Jake that she is a ymbrynes, which is a peculiar that can create time loops which then keeps their place safe but it also means that they're stuck in a certain day of a certain year. All of this must be done due to WWII and the monsters, hollowgasts that hunt down peculiar children for their eyes. The leader of those hollowgasts is Barron Samuel L. Jackson who'll stop at nothing in his quest for immortality.MISS PEREGRINE'S HOME FOR PECULIAR CHILDREN is an adventure film that's wildly mesmerizing, and because the kids have powers or special abilities, it's also full of visual wonder, the movie magic is in high gear for most of the time. It takes someone with an active imagination like Tim Burton to bring an already imaginative story come to life on the big screen.Part of what makes Ransom Rigg's novel special and popular is that it contains vernacular photographs as a guide to put together the narrative. Burton incorporates some of that into the film but they're there mainly at the beginning, just to set up the context. The design for the hollowgasts and what they eat to sustain themselves or to survive, some might see it as too scary for younger viewers, but I see it more as gnarly. But that's the thing though with many of Tim Burton's family adventure movies, they're never meant to walk on egg shells. They are fairy tales that find beauty in the dark and they bring out courage in characters that society marginalizes, and MISS PEREGRINE'S HOME FOR PECULIAR CHILDREN is no different.The kids featured in this film are so adorable, once you get past or get used to their peculiarities, and some can be shocking, you'll find them to be absolutely adorable. And once they start teaming up and working together, it's so easy to cheer or root for them. Those who know me well know that I'm a huge Eva Green's fan, her involvement is definitely this film's big attraction to me, but I think she's just absolutely perfect in this role, Green has that natural instinct when it comes to playing mysterious powerful character, she previously showed it in "Penny Dreadful" series and now she unleashes that same vibe for this film. I guess you could say that MISS PEREGRINE'S HOME FOR PECULIAR CHILDREN is kind of like Mary Poppins meets X-Men meets Tim Burton, and it's a winning combination.-- Rama's Screen --
★★★★★★★★4/5☆ 8.8 I enjoyed this immensely. I read the book prior to watching the film and I honestly feel as though the movie was better than the book. It was interesting, exciting, and thrilling right from the very first moment and I was surprised how accurate the movie was to the book despite some changes regarding the characters and the ending although I liked the movie ending better. Each peculiar got to show off their unique talent and it was much more exciting, scary, and fun -- unexpectedly, the ending was more entertaining than I'd imagined it to be, rather <more>
than creepy . I also felt that the movie flowed better than the book and I liked the movie version of Ms Peregrine much better than the book version. The movie was obviously faster paced. I would say one downside was that because of this we didn't get to see how the relationship between Jacob and the peculiar children particularly Emma developed as we did in the books. However, ultimately, I definitely enjoyed the movie immensely and would highly recommend it to those who love all things fun, creepy and peculiar.
After seeing the trailer, I knew that this was a film I wanted to see. I tend to enjoy the kookiness of a Tim Burton film, and this looked to be just the thing. It was what I expected from Tim Burton, although quite a bit scarier than I was expecting for a children's film!Eva Green as Miss Peregrine is possibly the most perfect casting I've seen, and she embodied the mannerisms perfectly. The costume design for her, in particular, was wonderful, and created a great profile when she was in the dark. As protagonist, I have to say I was not enamoured with Asa Butterfield, and I thought <more>
that his ~romance~ with Emma was somewhat odd, if not verging on creepy. He knew her for a day and was considering leaving his family behind for her?! The only off note in the entire film, was when the children are all fighting the monsters, I didn't like the tone and music changed and it became almost a farce, which given the dark humour throughout up until that point, didn't sit well with me. Also, having spent the whole film saying how awful these monsters are, how difficult they are to fight, and how they should be very wary of them, all of a sudden about 4 of them are dispatched in under 2 minutes! Nobody seems too fussed at the fact that Emma is floating around not sure why she ever needed to float in that scene anyway , and to me the whole thing didn't seem right. I thought the scene with the dead child wasn't necessary either, as it painted Enoch in a very poor and twisted light along with the creepy doll fighting scene!! only for him to become besties with Jake later on. There wasn't much character development for Enoch, other than I thought he was going to become evil and go with Barron and his crew, and then didn't, so I wasn't sure why he was painted almost as another antagonist for a while.The end of the film - from when they first get to the theatre and see Barron, onwards - felt rushed to me. Like they thought they had to have it under a certain time but wanted to cram bits in. I would have preferred it be about 20 minutes longer, but a less harried feel to it. Overall, I still loved the film, and will likely buy it when it's out on DVD as I can imagine the behind the scenes and making of bits will be fun, and I think it'll become a go-to film in our household at Christmas when all you want is a happy ending for nearly everyone.
I am not very familiar with Tim Burton's work only watched a handful of his movies , neither have I read the book, so I will review this movie as it is, without comparing it to the usual craftsmanship of Mr. Burton nor the characters or events as depicted in the source material.I found the movie entertaining, and at no point did I wonder "How long more is this going to be?" Any movie that never prompts me to ask this question automatically gets a 6 out of 10.Many reviews mentioned about huge plot holes in the movie, but I never really understood what the plot holes were that <more>
make this a terrible movie. I thought the story was quite easy to follow, even with all the time loops, and makes sense in the make-believe world that we are watching. I usually have trouble making sense of time- travel stories, so the ability to simplify complicated concepts and making it easy to understand for me deserves another star for intelligence. Though probably it wasn't easy enough for a seven year-old to comprehend.I also thought the soundtrack was quite good, I actually stayed till the credits finished rolling to enjoy the music. This, along with the camera work, gets another star to make it 8 out of 10.To be honest, if the voting score is in increment of 0.5, I would be more inclined to vote it 7.5 out of 10. I don't expect character development for all the "peculiar children" in a movie like this that would perhaps be more fitting for a drama series , but the acting can be improved. Eva Green has the best "on-screen presence", but she doesn't appear until 30 minutes into the movie, so a bit of patience is necessary. Also I found the editing a bit too abrupt at some points, but that's about all the complaints I have.I am quite satisfied with the movie, considering the amount of bad reviews I have been exposed to. :
The story is about Jake who stumbles upon an orphanage where there are beings with extraordinary gifts. He meets Miss Peregrine, who invites him to be a part of the family. Burton delivers a breathtaking movie, with gorgeous visuals. As he brings a fairy tale to the silver screen. At the end, I found myself unable to stand, As "Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children" tuggs on all the right strings and plays a nearly perfect symphony. What stands out in this particular orchestra is the soundtrack, As it breaths life into the story. As for the acting, Eva Green is perfectly <more>
cast as she plays an estranged and peculiar mother figure. This is a Burton classic, if you aren't a fan of his style, it's best to steer clear. The story is based on the novel Ransom Riggs published in 2011. With Jane Goldman's polishing touch, Burton crafts a mesmerizing adventure.
Delightful Original Adventure (by claudio_carvalho)
Jake Asa Butterfield is an outcast teenager that adores his grandfather Abraham 'Abe' Portman Terence Stamp that used to tell stories of the orphanage in Wales where he was raised to him. When Abe is murdered in his house in Florida and has his eyes removes, Jake sees a monster and his parents take him to a psychologist. Jake asks to go to Wales to visit the orphanage and his psychologist agrees. His father Franklin Portman Chris O'Dowd travels with him to Wales and Jake discovers that the orphanage was bombed in 1943 by the Germans. When he decides to visit the ruins of the <more>
orphanage again, Abe finds a girl and soon he learns that the orphanage, the headmaster Miss Peregrine Eva Green and the children still exist trapped in a time loop. But they are in danger since monsters are hunting them down. And Jake has the gift of seeing monsters. What will Jake do?"Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children" is a delightful original adventure directed by Tim Burton. The fantasy is a sort of X-Men and is highly entertaining with lovely characters and evil villains. Despite the confused idea of time loops, the film entertains adults and children. My vote is eight.Title Brzil :"O Orfanato da Srta. Peregrine Para Crianças Peculiares" "The Orphanage of Miss Peregrine for Peculiar Children"