Walking back to the car
after a recent screening of “Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children,” my
movie-savvy, nearly-seven-year-old son took my hand and asked me sweetly: “Mommy,
what was that about?”
Um … er … well …
The short answer (which
probably wasn’t terribly helpful to him) was: It’s “X-Men” meets “Groundhog
Day.” The real answer, which required a lot of stumbling and bumbling and
wists and turns, was far more lengthy (and probably not terribly helpful, either).
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