This USD 110 million budget film received good reviews from several sites and critics


These locations were deliberately chosen because they matched the dark element that Tim Burton wanted to show. It is hoped that the audience of this film will be able to feel the strangeness and strangeness after watching the scenes taken from these places.

Tim Burton himself really wanted to make the film released by 20th Century Fox darker. He was inspired after seeing classic and vintage photos of the peculiar children in his novels. The author, Ransom Riggs, admits, initially, he got the ancient pictures from a flea market. Then he tried to make a storyline based on the photos. Riggs felt there was a mystery and dark emotion when he saw the pictures he collected.

Another thing that also attracts attention in the film Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children is the appearance of Eva Green as the main star. You could say, this 121 minute film is the first big stage for the sexy French actress. So far, Eva Green, who is 36 years old, has only played a supporting role in famous films. Kind of Kingdom of Heaven (2005) and James Bond’s Casino Royale (2006).

And, as a result, after premiering at Fantastic Fest last Sunday (25/9), this USD 110 million budget film received good reviews from several sites and critics. Although the narrative is considered to be lacking, visually, this 3D dark fantasy adventure film is quite strong. Like the previous works of Tim Burton.

About six years ago (to be precise, on April 20, 2010), an underwater oil refinery belonging to British Petroleum (BP), in the Gulf of Mexico, United States, suddenly exploded. Then scatter hundreds of millions of gallons of black gold into the ocean. It was this tragedy that was later brought to the big screen in a film by Summit Entertainment.

The film, which was later given the title Deepwater Horizon, tells of the seconds of the explosion. And the struggle of the workers who are trying to save themselves from the fire. According to reports, as many as 11 people died in one of the most powerful oil drilling incidents in history.

Adapted from an article published in the New York Times, entitled Deepwater Horizon’s Final Hours, this film by director Peter Berg focuses on the heroism of an electronics technician. The name is Mike Williams. The character, played by Mark Wahlberg, never thought that his life would change drastically. After the oil refinery where he worked exploded violently.

Based on his love for his wife, Felicia (Kate Hudson), and his only daughter, Mike tries desperately to survive. In order to be reunited with his family at home.

Together with other workers, such as Jimmy Harrell (Kurt Russell), Donald Vidrine (John Malkovich), Caleb Holloway (Dylan O’Brien), and Andrea Fleytas (Gina Rodriguez), Mike then work together to save himself from the blaze. And a big bang. What happened in the middle of the ocean.

Btw, this jumbo budget (USD 156 million) film project has actually been around since March 8, 2011. To be precise, Summit Entertainment, Participant Media, and Imagenation bought the rights to film an article entitled Deepwater Horizon’s Final Hours. Published by the New York Times on December 25, 2010.