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.
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When Jacob discovers clues to a mystery that spans different worlds and times, he finds a magical place known as Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children. But the mystery and danger deepen as he gets to know the residents and learns about their special powers... and their powerful enemies. Ultimately, Jacob discovers that only his own special "peculiarity" can save his new friends.Written by
20th Century Fox
Cameo: When the skeleton is smashed against the amusement park ride, the person on the ride is director Tim Burton. See more »
Millard is invisible but his clothing is visible, yet the Hollowgasts are invisible and so is their clothing. They are different kinds of creatures with different mechanisms of invisibility. See more »
You don't have to make us feel safe... because you've made us feel brave.
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Photos of the peculiars and the house are seen behind the credits. See more »
For actors work. for interesting adaptation. for special effects. and, maybe, the only sin is to not guess ... the director. sure, it is a Tim Burton. but you have the certitude onlt after the read of credits. because something works well but not in the expected direction. short, you admire the actors and, especially Asa Butterfield . and you reflect about the other roles of each actor. not real fair. but useful for legitimate the interest for a film who could be little...better. or convincing. or example of Tim Burton mark. but, sure, a nice adaptation.
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