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My husband and I had forgotten how peculiar Tim Burton’s films can be, it’s not as if we haven’t seen most of them, but I think it’s been several years since our last one, Sweeney Todd. We missed Frankenweenie and Big Eyes though, we’ll get up to speed with redbox. 

Tim Burton’s peculiar movie was based on 2012 New York Times bestseller written by Ransom Riggs, noted for its intriguing use of photography as the narrative, peculiar if you will in its own way, pair the peculiarity of the original story with a director such as Tim Burton, well hold on to your seats.

We enjoyed the movie, we’re both tremendous fans of Eva Greene, Samuel L. Jackson, Asa Butterfield and Rupert Everett. The imagination present in the story, the set design, the costumes and special effects were amazing. Tim Burton’s vision is still as unique as ever.