If you’ve been missing Tim Burton’s trademark style of flash and heart, Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children might be you ticket back to the promised land. While we won’t be evaluating the film itself, we are going to be looking at a bit of the magic that does help sell the film on the whole. It’s time to get particularly peculiar and answer the question, “To 3D or Not To 3D?”
We won’t leave you hanging if you’re looking to see what we thought of the film, as you can read our official review of the adventure ahead here. But in the meantime, we’re going to break down the 3D presentation of Burton’s latest thrill ride, and help you determine whether this film is worth the extra 3D money, or if you should save up for a really neat pocket watch!
For a story as visually breathtaking as Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children, 3D is an opportunity to envelop the audience in the magic that Ransom Riggs’ novel put onto the printed page. Throw in pivotal character traits and events that have elements that could do gangbusters in a third dimensional presentation, and you’ve got a film that stands to be a feast for the eye, as well as the mind.