CinemaSins uncovers all the magic (and the missed opportunities to use it) in the MISS PEREGRINE’S movie!

Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs made a huge impression in the YA book world, but Tim Burton‘s movie adaptation didn’t grip audiences quite as much. The movie made a quite a few changes and despite its fantastical elements, struggled with storytelling and pacing.

Now, CinemaSins is taking aim at how the “World War II magic-infused Groundhog Day” filled with so much cool stuff didn’t always use it all effectively. From under-utilized powers to flaws in Loop logic, there’s a lot to consider!

It’s a little slow to start, but this movie still got plenty of love from fans upon its release. It’s all a matter of perspective!

Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children is out in home video format now. You can snag it via Amazon.

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