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Not so Olaf, whose bizarre appearances -- from his mutton chops to his hook nose to his plaid pants -- rather fit such environments.
The dark comedy is 15-year-old Browning's first big budget film made in the US and there are whispers her illuminating performance as orphan Violet Baudelaire could snag an Oscar or Golden Globe nomination.
They learn the usual lessons, for instance, that home is not necessarily traditional, but really anyplace where you feel safe, a sanctuary amid turmoil.
And so, while they may be ensconced in scary attics or a cave alongside the appalling Lake Lacrimose (where leeches with teeth leap onto rowboats in order to chew up their victims in minutes), the kids maintain their difference.
She's also a bit of a ham, and given to digitized lurches and gestures, though she's awfully cute and so is granted the lion's share of reaction shots, not to mention subtitles, so that her gurgles reveal sanctimonious insights into the adults who would rule their world (calling them names or otherwise undermining their obviously questionable authority, as in, "Bite me").
The kids are first looked after by the snuffly executor of their parents' estate, Mr.
That is, he's pleased to have three about-to-be-wealthy orphans arrive on his doorstep.