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Peter rabbit full movie 123movies: Adapted from Beatrix Potter’s classic “The Tale of Peter Rabbit,” the film tells the story of a stubborn bunny trying to sneak into a farmer’s vegetable garden. This is also Sony Animation’s second animated movie after the Open Season.
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Review Peter rabbit full movie 123movies by dlfnsrf: Witty, clever, and just plain old fun!
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.
Review Peter rabbit full movie 123movies 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.’”
Review Peter rabbit full movie 123movies by beachy-38431: Wonderful Movie
My wife and I had to decide between this and “Forever My Girl”. It was the toss of a coin for her, but I really don’t like anything country. We were both so glad we chose this one. Great story, drama, love story, funny all at one time. With the exception of Daisy Ridley, I had not heard of any of the actors. I was not that impressed with Ridley in Star Wars, and this movie is no exception. The other actors were great, especially the actor who played Thomas McGregor and the one who voiced Peter. The animation was so good we had a hard time telling the difference between animation and live action. There was also a mix of jokes that were obviously written for animation, others for live action and still others that would work for either. They were all mixed throughout the movie. All the music seemed to be original, great and fit with the action on the screen perfect. I hope this is not the last thing we see from this creative team.
Review Peter rabbit full movie 123movies by Amy Adler: Hop Hop Hop to see a sweet, beautiful and funny family film!
Brought to life from the classic Beatrix Potter tale, Peter Rabbit (James Corden) is still very interested in Mr. McGregor’s (Sam Neill) garden. After all, it is a bounty for rabbits and all wild animals, filled with fruits and veggies. Only now, since Mother Rabbit has passed away, Peter has enlisted his three sisters, Flopsy, Mopsy, and Cottontail as well as Benjamin Bunny to be the look-outs for him as he enters the garden. Then, too, a kind lady neighbor-artist of McG’s, Bea (Rose Byrne) tries to guard over the animals, for she dearly loves them. In most cases, this works out very well and Mr McG has not filled the hole underneath the gate where Peter can escape. One fateful day, however, Peter is caught and seems doomed. That is, until old Mr. McG hits the ground, a victim of a heart attack. The “ice cream truck” with the red stripes takes him away. Joy of joys, the animals now move in the house and eat freely from the garden. Its heaven! But, the tale is not over. A stuffy toy store manager and great nephew, Thomas McGregor (Domhnall Gleeson) comes to the country with the purpose of sprucing up the house and grounds to sell, as he prefers London. On the night of his arrival, what a shock, as he has to boot all the wildlife outdoors. In short order, Thomas begins to spiff the house AND repair any way into the garden via fences, gates, holes, etc. Peter and his family are dismayed. But, once Thomas meets Bea, things start to change. Maybe the country isn’t so bad, after all? Yet, because she loves her bunnies, Thomas has to display two faces, depending on whether the creatures are near. Can Bea trust Thomas? Can Peter and the others change the man’s mind about the beauty of all living things? What if his former life as a businessman comes beckoning Thom again? We shall see! What an absolutely delightful film this is, sweet, beautiful and funny. So many of Potter’s animal friends, including Mrs. Tiggywinkle, Mr. Jeremy Fisher, and others show up to play support for Peter and his family. This should definitely send all children to the library, looking for the classic stories. As Peter, James Corden is magnificent as the voice while Gleeson and Byrne are likewise wonderful as the human friends. In truth, all the actors voicing the computer-generated animals are great while the humans that populate this scene or that are funny as well. Then, the animation is mind-blowing, colorful and lovely. What a treat for the eyes. Finally, the script, while faithful to Potter in most respects, has fattened out the tale in a most entertaining fashion, complete with a nice score and energetic direction. After the wonderful Paddington Bear, here is another gift for families barely a month later! No one should miss Peter Rabbit, so hop hop hop to the movie theater nearest to you!
Review Peter rabbit full movie 123movies by shadikabir: Outstanding cinema
After the likes of Annie by director Will Gluck, we are brought this beautiful modern spin-off from the tales of acclaimed author Beatrix Potter, called Peter Rabbit.
This is one of the best animation/live-action movies I’ve seen and there should be no enhancements wanted for this movie (except for wanting it to be longer!) The jokes and humour are good and appreciated, and the whole thing is a laugh riot. There are plenty humorous moments. I found my whole theatre laughing throughout and not one person came out of the film without a smile on their face. The blend of CGI and real life is stunning, and visually a treat for the eyes. The rabbits look cute and realistic.
The voice acting is splendid by Elizabeth Debicki (Mopsy), Margot Robbie (Flopsy), and especially Daisy Ridley (Cottontail), as well as Colin Moody (Benjamin). Live-action acting from Rose Byrne and Domhnall Gleeson is a treat to watch. And of course, James Corden is fantastic. There are some reviews that criticize the film and especially Peter Rabbit’s voice. But do not put this to heart and let this stop you from watching this delight.
The thing that people need to realise is that this film is a more contemporary take on the books of Peter Rabbit by Beatrix Potter, and because of that, it is easier to relate to the characters’ emotions and personality in the modern day, even if some kids, and even adults aren’t familiar with Beatrix Potter’s books. This film’s initial style is quite different to the attitude of the books, but as the story goes on and develops, you will be walking out of the theatre thinking that this marvelous film could not have been any closer to the works of Potter, and in fact, she would have been very impressed with this take on her film. James Corden in fact is the only person that could have given Peter Rabbit that voice to shape his character and personality for the particular take on the books, and he masters it perfectly. For this film, James Corden was the best choice for Peter Rabbit. He is the only person who could make anyone attached to the character of Peter without reading the books, and that exactly is why this film is special. This film would not work without that contemporary feel and execution.
Right from the start, this film is a pleasure for adults and kids alike, and not just a one-time watch. Don’t let others spoil the experience for you. Head to cinemas now!