‘A Wrinkle in Time’ a visual masterpiece

Angel Van Horn

A Wrinkle in Time,” a magical-adventure based on the 1962 novel where a teenage girl, her little brother Charles Wallace (Deric McCabe) and friend (Levi Miller) embark on a mission to find her missing father.

Meg Murry (Storm Reid) an insecure girl whose father disappeared four years ago, was given the chance to rescue him from the depths of the universe by The Mrs. (Oprah Winfrey,) (Reese Witherspoon) and (Mindy Kaling) who are forces of energy with the power to tame the universe. The disappearance of Meg’s father (Chris Pine) takes a toll on her self-esteem, social life and the way she views the world around her, which led The Mrs. to come to her once they heard the cry from her father for help.

Tapping into the unknown philosophy of the universe, “A Wrinkle in Time” takes kids on a journey that sparks imagination and creativity. The mystical plot is an attention grabber especially with the use of graphics, special effects and nail biting journeys the characters take to find the scientist who wanted to shake hands with the universe.

The sweet father-daughter film is unapologetically flipping racial standards of having monoracial parents for the two children but instead have a white father, a black mother, an adopted Asian son and Meg, a biracial daughter. This explorative film is a must-see movie for anyone aching to see a heartfelt, multiracial and magical piece of entertainment. Directed by (Ava DuVernay,) “A Wrinkle in Time” satisfies children interested in science, adventure and wonder.

Rated PG, “A Wrinkle in Time” will either leave you in tears due to the heartwarming reunion between a daughter and her father or curious to find out what the universe holds further than what humans can touch.