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Watch Peter Rabbit online free – Peter Rabbit is a story I grew up with so I had to see this movie. I had no expectations. I don’t think I’ve laughed throughout an entire movie like I did watching this on a very long time. People commenting about the allergy scenes need to lighten up! — and that’s coming from someone with allergies — that put a damper on my life practically daily. Seriously, it’s such a minor part of the movie, laugh, don’t laugh, and move on. The movie has many good messages: knowing when to fess up and admit you did wrong (imagine that! Accountability!), making apologies (woah, again with owning up to your actions!), the impotance of friends and family, and more! Also, a great cast and a fabulous soundtrack.

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Peter Rabbit review by Dave McClain – an somewhat uneven, but enjoyable family film

“Peter Rabbit” (PG, 1:33) is a shocking movie to contemplate. It’s shocking to think that it took more than a century for the mischievous bunny of British scientist, illustrator and writer Beatrix Potter’s early 20th century children’s books to get the big screen treatment. Ah, but it was well worth the wait.

In this live-action adaptation, the CGI Peter is voiced by James Corden. He leads his complicit, but more cautious little sisters, Flopsy (Margot Robbie), Mopsy (Elizabeth Debicki) and Cottontail (Daisy Ridley), along with their clumsy cousin, Benjamin (Colin Moody), on regular raids into the garden of mean old Mr. McGregor (an unrecognizable Sam Neill). Peter is not just mischievous, he’s selfish and reckless, often tempting danger in his pursuit of his ill-gotten vegetables. McGregor is in a constant battle with Peter, but just when it looks like the Old Man may have finally gotten the upper hand, he keels over.

The country estate then passes to the meticulous and ambitious London department store supervisor, Thomas McGregor (Domhnall Gleeson). Thomas travels into the country to fix up the place so he can sell it and finance his dream of opening his own toy store. He soon finds himself in his own cat and mouse… er, human and rabbit… game with Peter. Doing her best to protest Peter from Thomas (much as she did with Peter’s late great uncle) is next-door neighbor and animal lover Bea (Rose Byrne). As Thomas starts to fall for Bea, their blossoming relationship complicates his attempts to be rid of Peter once and for all.

“Peter Rabbit” is a fun family film. The battles between the McGregor men and Peter get kind of mean-spirited at times, but the violence is mostly of the cartoon variety. The script by Will Gluck (who also directs) and Zareh Nalbandian is mostly well-written and cleverer than your average anthropomorphic animal tale. The voice cast is very good, Byrne’s winning presence naturally enhances enjoyment of the film and the usually serious Gleeson proves surprisingly adept at comedy, especially the physical kind. Peter’s personality and imperfections remind me of Surly Squirrel in the “Nut Job” movies, but Peter’s a little bit sweeter. In the end, despite some uneven storytelling, Peter learns some lessons, as do the main live-action characters, and Movie Fans get a pretty enjoyable hour and a half at the movies.

Peter Rabbit review by cyifly-2 – Joyful Fun For The Whole Family

I went into the theatre with no expectations and not having read nor heard of the children’s books. And I’m glad I did.

Peter Rabbit was a hoot… My kids loved it and that is what’s important. It was funny, endearing and well-done. My expectations were very low and I left pleasantly surprised. There were a few low/slow points and my kids started to loose interest, but overall, it was very enjoyable.

I came home to read other IMDB reviews and was surprised at some of the hate. Most of which came from people who hold the old stories in such high regard. I have come to learn that if you are going to make a children’s movie nowadays, you have to make it a bit more modern. A bit faster paced, better animation, funnier characters, quick-witted, a little more action with a few more surprises, etc. If you don’t, it won’t hold the attention of today’s kids.

It breaks my heart that my kids don’t have much interest in Charlie Brown, Winnie the Pooh, Sesame Street, and some others I grew up with. But when you compare it to all the other stuff out now, you just can’t compare. They won’t watch it long. I don’t blame people for being upset that the new Peter Rabbit may not follow the story and animation of the old, but I do appreciate they took the story and characters and updated it to something mine will watch and love.

Peter Rabbit review by Morgan Hua – Not your Grandma’s Peter Rabbit

If you’ve seen the trailers, then you know what you’re getting into. For those who are going to watch this due to nostalgia, this isn’t based on the Beatrix Potter books. They borrow the names of the animals and Bea herself (and the love interest isn’t even named after her real life husband). This movie is a rough and tumble comedy more akin to the 3 Stooges than anything resembling a heart-warming child’s movie. If anything, I would rate this more of a PG-13 vs PG since I wouldn’t bring any small child to watch this due to promotion of misbehavior, theft, rudeness, bullying, and destruction of property.

As an adult, I enjoyed it for what it was. The animation was very seamless and well done. The love story was bit over the top, but fine for a romantic comedy. And I did laugh at various points in the movie.

Peter Rabbit review by mic414 – Best animation and comedy I’ve seen in a long while

… and yet, I see a mediocre rating on IMDB… what the heck?

So I read the reviews… some people complain it’s not true to the original. It might not be, I’ve no idea, I haven’t read the original stories, it wasn’t a thing in my country, in my childhood. But the fact that the film departs from the original book, doesn’t make it automatically bad. And in fact, it’s a blast from beginning to end.

And then there are all those people who complain about insensitive humor and all… well, to them all I have to say are John Cleese’s words:

“If people can’t control their own emotions, then they have to start trying to control other people’s behavior.’ And when you’re around super-sensitive people, you cannot relax and be spontaneous because you have no idea what’s going to upset them next.

And that’s why I’ve been warned recently don’t go to most university campuses because the political correctness has been taken from being a good idea, which is let’s not be mean in particular to people who are not able to look after themselves very well – that’s a good idea – to the point where any kind of criticism of any individual or group could be labeled cruel.

And the whole point about humor, the whole point about comedy, and believe you me I thought about this, is that all comedy is critical. … All humor is critical. If you start to say, ‘We mustn’t; we mustn’t criticize or offend them,’ then humor is gone. With humor goes a sense of proportion. And then as far as I’m concerned, you’re living in ‘1984.’”

Peter Rabbit review by Bulldog1721 – Surprised me with humor and charm!

After watching the trailer, I thought this movie was a basic cash grab for kids. Honestly, The movie was pretty wacky and very playful. I enjoyed the storyline and at least they tried to keep the Peter Rabbit name intact and not be so much confusing.

The jokes were present every 10 seconds and the storyline was something I didn’t expect out of the movie that has many parents begging for more. Although, one con was that it was only 87 mins long which could have been a tad longer. But in the end, This movie is impressive and very outspoken for in the times we are in. Overall, Great movie for everyone in the family! If you like slapstick humor and all of that stuff.

Peter Rabbit review by Brett Shartz – Laughed Until I Cried

This movie is seriously funny. There are so many parts where I couldn’t stop laughing. I’m an adult man and this may be my favorite movie.

Ignore negative reviews about the bullying scene. I mean the rabbits are mortal enemies of the gardener so yeah they are going to do whatever it takes. People need to stop being so sensitive about the whole allergy issue.

This movie will make you laugh, cry, and wish you could watch it again. Take your kids, take your mom, take a stranger….. they’ll laugh too!

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