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missperegrineshomeforpeculiarchildrenMiss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children “Miss P” was different than I expected but still good. Alertness is the key to this movie because if you miss anything, you’ll be lost. The mystery starts when a young teenage boy named Jacob “Jake” Portman, (Asa Butterfield) who is deeply in awe of his grandfather, Abraham “Abe” Portman (Terence Stamp) receives a frantic phone call and rushes to his grandfather’s house along with his  co-worker, Shelly (O-Lan Jones). They find the house trashed and Jake’s grandfather dying in the woods.  Still hanging on to life, Abe frantically tells his grandson to find “the bird, the loop and September 3, 1943”.  At that moment, Jake sees a gigantic, tentacled humanoid monster, which resembles the ones described by his grandfather, creeping up behind Shelly.  After warning his co-worker, she shoots her pistol into thin air and the adventure begins. Abe spent many years…

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