Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

January 6, 2017 - Comment

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Todd Smith says:

The Ultimate Movie Review! – (…) – @tss5078 Another best selling teen fantasy novel hits the big screen and thanks to Tim Burton, it’s a big success albeit a little strange. The story centers around a boy named Jake (Asa Butterfield), whose grandfather always told him these strange stories. The whole family thought he was a little off and no one put much stock in them, until one day his grandfather is attacked, and Jake sees things that he can’t explain. Jake decides the only way to get the answers he seeks is to find out if the stories…

redslippers says:

If this review leaves you with mixed thoughts and feelings, you know how i felt watching this movie If an opinion were to be made by the movie trailer alone I would be under the impression that this would be a light hearted comical movie for children between 8-13. I was wrong. After watching this movie the only way I find that I am able to describe it is this: Goosebumps. Not the movie. The books. Anyone who grew up reading goosebumps remembers the naive sense of foreboding and chills that came with each turn of page. This is Goosebumps, Tales from the crypt, and Sweeney Todd (minus the…

Edward W. Duveyoung says:

Gives what’s promised

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