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- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
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The difference is that I can be neutral. I love Tim Burton films. I see all his movies. I didn’t like this one, Alice in wonderland and Alice throw the mirror glass. Deadpool hug jack skellington That’s all. I’m not attack anyone in this forus. I talk about my opiniin about the film. That’s other difference. Respect.
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Okay, as a stand alone movie, yes it is indeed a good movie (if you have not read the books). However, if you have read the whole trilogy, this movie was an utter disappointment. I understand that a lot of things are changed between paper and film, but this was almost a completely different story altogether. Deadpool hug jack skellington Actually i’ll just explain it for you. The day she created the loop for the house that they have been living in for 60 years “that thing” came and killed Viktor. So, every day of the loop, it came back in the same place, hence the white outline, so even though she couldn’t see it, she just shoots at the time every day to kill it.
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I know that! In fact, the whole movie is about how Miss Peregrine and the peculiar children use the loop to escape from that creatures. However, what doesn’t make sense to me is the flawless aim of Miss Peregrine to shoot the monster right in his eye! Actually, she looks as if she is aiming her shot through the crossbow sight. You can say that she has been practicing for years, but in all this time she never missed a shot?
Actually, their shadows are visible to anyone so she’s not shooting completely blind, but I don’t remember if they mention the shadow thing in the movie. Never even read the books and the move was a big, fat, MEH. Wasn’t really that bad, but not good either. Not worth watching unless you’ve burned through all the other GOOD fantasy movies out there. Kinda wondering if this isn’t another fly-by-night scam like the way the Jekyll & Hyde club was a great place except it never paid rent and screwed its employees when they suddenly closed and left town. The MO for these places is to set up shop and make a ton of money in a short time but never pay proper licensing or rent and it takes so long to get evicted in NYC that once real legal consequences come down they can skip out. Is this even done with proper permission from Burton or any of the studios that own these properties?
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