Feature adaptation of Beatrix Potter's classic tale of a rebellious rabbit trying to sneak into a farmer's vegetable garden.
7.7/10---I said 8.0/10, since that was the closet to 7.7/10. I really like this movie, and I watched it three times inside of the theaters. It's a spin on the Peter Rabbit old classic stories. Great and fantastic picture!
an underrated gem---The animation is GREAT. the animated characters look realistic and cartoony at the same time, and it's AMAZING. I couldn't find a single error with the animation. the acting is on point, though sometimes it seems over exaggerated. (I don't know why everyone's British, though it could've just been shot in the UK) the story itself is interesting. sometimes they treat the wrong person as a bad guy. (for instance, when our main villain seemingly stops hunting these rabbits, they still came back to harass him. of course, they have a vendetta against his family because his uncle killed their parents...) and some of the humans treat the rabbits like they KNOW they're smart animals, even though they don't. (Bea kicks Peter out of her house because he "ruined" a painting during a fight with the villain) about the whole "allergy bullying" yes, I see how that upsets some people. in real life, if someone goes into anaphylactic shock, they won't be fine after just an epi pen shot, they'd need a hospital. and yes, I can see how it could "encourage" kids to do that to people with allergies they don't like. but the scene lasted for a minute, maybe less. I am amazed at what people will get mad at nowadays. overall, it was a pretty good movie.
Hilarious!---Had a good time watching this awesome movie. If you love comedy,do not miss this.
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.'"
THIS FILM STICKS TO YOUR HEART-GET EXTRA NAPKINS AT THE CONCESSION.---BRA-VO. This is a BRILLIANT film, very sweet and heartfelt. There has been a lot of bad reviews, and a lot of self-righteous comments -- but they need to get off their high horse. First off, they are rabbits, and rabbits are mischievous by nature, when they are bored or are after food. They are also a bit affectionately demanding and territorial as they felt with Bea. Within the context of the film, rabbits don't understand what the implications of allergic reactions could be for humans -- they are rabbits. The humor is just hilarious, and it works well coming from farm animals. It was CGI vs. real live humans. Can't we just enjoy it? Why does it have to be so complicated? I can think of a million things out there that are much worse -- than this Peter Rabbit film, which by the way, there is nothing wrong with Peter Rabbit 3.0. Go see it. You're going to love it, as much as I would've felt the original author would have, as well.It kept me engaged throughout. I saw this one with my daughter and we both laughed so much and so hard -- isn't this what it is all about? a positive experience? One that brings you closer with those you are with? I cried, I laughed, I cried so hard I laughed, and laughed so hard I cried -- and this is how I rate film I watch -- by how it moves me and the positivity it inspires in me. I just loved, loved, loved this film. I recommend it. This one will definitely make it into my collection once it is released in media format -- and not many make it in. The soundtrack is super amazing too -- I can't stress it enough. They hit it on the head with this one. A TRUE STORY OF HUMBLENESS AND REDEMPTION. Your heart will melt into a big puddle -- hands down. No one is paying me to write this -- I give it 10 Gold stars. I want to see Peter win next year at the Oscars.
Fun for the whole family---Havent seen a movie like this in a long time, I'm 53 and my friend and I took my granddaughter to see it we laughed almost the whole time,a really good family movie
Funny love---Sweet little love story with zinger of a life lesson.
very funny---Very clever, funny and cute. We laughed throughout. I know some gave lousy reviews. I guess they didn't get the humor
I was very pleased with this film. My gf and I appeared to be the only ones in the theater without kids. And the auditorium was full. The movie is very kid centric and does not rely on crude or off color humor to keep the adults interested. Many, many times the kids laughed out loud. As did many adults. And much to my surprise, a good majority of the audience applauded at t he end. I've seen a few movies where some of the audience clapped. But not one where the vast majority did. I recommend it going and seeing it if you have kids. And even if you don't.
This version of Peter Rabbit is different from the original Beatrix Potter story but it's still enjoyable in its own way---Okay, having been familiar with the Peter Rabbit short story in which he escapes from Mr. MacGregor and his garden presumably to never go there again, this is quite a departure in which he not only does that again, when he does, that man then dies in front of him! So he's out and for a while Peter and his friends make a mess of his former home only to be inherited by a previously unmentioned nephew or grandson, can't remember which. Also, a pretty young woman from next door loves animals so much, especially rabbits, that she believes in letting them do whatever they want. She and the new border of the MacGregor home seem to fall for each other though she initially doesn't know his intentions for Peter and his friends...I thought this was both funny and maybe partially frustrating when wondering how the characterizations would believably change from one scene to the next. In summary, I did like this version of Peter Rabbit, especially James Corden doing his voice, so that's a recommendation.