Film review: Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children2 min read . Updated: 07 Oct 2016, 04:24 PM IST
Tim Burton's new dark fantasy is dull, like a low-calorie version of 'X-Men'
An adaptation of the bestselling novel by American writer Ransom Riggs, Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children gets tepid Tim Burton treatment. This dark 3D fantasy begins in present-day America, where a socially awkward teenager is traumatized when he finds his darling grandfather Abe (Terence Stamp) brutally injured. What makes it worse is that no one believes him when he says he saw a shadowy monster-like figure at the scene of the crime.
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