miss peregrine's home for peculiar children
A bizarre adaptation of a bizarre novel, this Tim Burton movie has plenty to riff. For instance:
1. A police officer firmly claims that a corpse with its eyes near-surgically removed (with no other obvious injuries) was the victim of feral dogs.
A sunken ship resurfaced and put to use after a brief montage.
A bedtime ritual you wouldn't believe.
A dock fight between giant invisible monsters and a skeleton army.
Strange peculiarities including a back-mouth, bee control, pyrokinesis, invisibility, and time manipulation.
Also, they changed the main character's love interest from Emma (the fire girl) to Olive (floating girl) who is 12 years old in the book. Do with that information what you will.