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A teenager finds himself transported to an island where he must help protect a group of orphans with special powers from creatures intent on destroying them.
ActorsStarring: Eva Green, Asa Butterfield, Samuel L. Jackson, Judi Dench, Rupert Everett, Chris O'Dowd, Allison Janney, Terence Stamp, Ella Purnell, Milo Parker, Cameron King, Finlay MacMillan, Callum Wilson, Kim Dickens, Lauren McCrostie, Pixie Davies, Georgia Pemberton, Raffiella Chapman, Hayden Keller-Stone, Joseph Odwelll, Thomas Odwell, Louis Davison, Jack Brady, Philip Philmar, Scott Handy, Helen Day, Aiden Flowers, Nicholas Oteri, O-Lan Jones, Ella Wahlestedt, Cameron Greco, Dino Fazzani, Justin Davies, Brooke Jaye Taylor, Jennifer Jarackas, George Vricos, Shaun Thomas, Ioan Hefin, Andrew Fibkins, Jack Fibkins, Badria Timimi, Jill Buchanan, Erik Lunseth, Jason Redshaw, Joanne Manchester, Vic Waghorn, Terry Li, Julie Eagleton, Neil Broome, Tim Burton
Critic Reviews About Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children
A young adult novel of time loops and paranormal teenagers is adapted in classic Tim Burton fashion.-Wendy Ide on The Guardian
While it’s neither as dark, funny nor peculiar as you’d expect from Tim Burton, there’s still much here to admire.- Chris Hewitt on EmpireThough it starts out unevenly, this fantasy soon finds its footing, taking viewers on a fascinating ride. -S. Jhoanna Robledo on Common Sense MediaNot since “Sweeney Todd,” and before that all the way back to “Sleepy Hollow,” have the studios found such a perfect match of material for Hollywood’s most iconic auteur. -Peter Debruge on VarietyMr. Burton’s attention to detail and to the ebb and flow of tone (scary, funny, eerie) make each new turn another occasion for unfettered imagination. -Manohla Dargis on The NYTimesBurton’s latest baroque blockbuster is a greatest-hits hodgepodge, mashing together films like Groundhog Day, Harry Potter, Back To The Future, and the director’s own Big Fish and Beetlejuice. -A.A. Dowd on A.V. ClubTim Burton’s infatuation with the macabre and the grim is very much present here. -Adam R. Holz on Plugged InThere’s no denying the aptness of Burton as an interpreter of Riggs’s story, which has been intelligently adapted for the screen by writer Jane Goldman. -Michael O’Sullivan on Washington PostBut perhaps most lacking in Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children is something the best children’s movies always have—a genuine emotional center. – Lenika Cruz on The Atlantic
Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children should provide moviegoers with an entertaining and emotional ride as well as nightmarish visuals to savor. -Ben Kendrick on Screen Rant