When Jacob discovers clues to a mystery that stretches across time, he finds Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children. But the danger deepens after he gets to know the residents and learns about their special powers.
Samuel L. Jackson
A girl named Sophie encounters the Big Friendly Giant who, despite his intimidating appearance, turns out to be a kind-hearted soul who is considered an outcast by the other giants because, unlike them, he refuses to eat children.
Find out why the birds are so angry. When an island populated by happy, flightless birds is visited by mysterious green piggies, it's up to three unlikely outcasts - Red, Chuck and Bomb - to figure out what the pigs are up to.
Alice returns to the magical world of Underland, only to find the Hatter in a horrible state. With the help of her friends, Alice must travel through time to save the Mad Hatter and Underland's fate from the evil clutches of the Red Queen and a clock like creature, known as Time. Written by
Time gives to Iracebeth a mechanical device portraying a decapitation. This could be seen as a dark humor reference to her always saying "Off with their heads!" See more »
As a child the Mad Hatter has his adult teeth but no gap between them. He also has no lisp. As an adult, the Mad Hatter has both a gap between his front teeth and a slight lisp. However, even in humans such changes can sometimes occur (e.g. due to injury), let alone in a weird magical being like the Hatter. See more »
Is it true that you heal all wounds?
[sits next to Time and elbows him]
Time is on my side!
Why is it that you wait for no man?
[covers one eye]
I just can't find the time!
[Cheshire appears behind Time]
Cheshire! Where have you been? You're late.
[lands on Time's shoulders]
Actually, I'm right on time.
[Cheshire disappears and Mallymkun, March Hare, and Mad Hatter all laugh]
[grabs Time's hand]
I have time on my hand!
You silly nitwits really think that I've not heard these...
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A dedication to the late Alan Rickman appears right when the first part of the end credits finish. See more »
In the minority because as many critics fail to see there is a good plot to through the looking glass!
First of all I was hesitant to watch through the looking glass partly because of bad reviews but mostly because my favorite director Tim Burton didn't direct this movie. I finally watched through the looking glass and I was pleasantly surprised! Beautiful graphics and visuals and a touching plot about the importance of not taking those you love for granted...and not taking time for granted. This movie shows how we all learn from our pasts and that we cannot and should not want to change the past. It seems a majority of the critics could not put two and two together to understand or appreciate the message this film conveyed. Shame on you critics ... curiouser and curiouser. ..why half of you can't comprehend. Maybe lacking neurons and brain cells ? Wonderful job done by the actors and actresses as well as the director trying to add some spice to a worldly well written classic by respected author Lewis Carroll
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