Peter Rabbit (2018) - Animation, Adventure, Comedy

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Breathtaking

Feature adaptation of Beatrix Potter's classic tale of a rebellious rabbit trying to sneak into a farmer's vegetable garden.

IMDB: 6.6
Director: Will Gluck
Stars: James Corden, Fayssal Bazzi
Length: 95 Minutes
PG Rating: PG
Reviews: 28 out of 267 found boring (10.48%)

One-line Reviews (101)

Entertaining Funny and great animation from Animal Logic Australia .

Beautiful and fantastically entertaining to see in family with children.

6) Generic love interests - with the girlfriend being the uninteresting smiling wildlife expert, and the boyfriend is a deliberate awkward liar.

Enjoyable .

Entertaining enough .

A few over 10 will love it but it's boring and the person next to me fell asleep.

Some of the second half is predictable where it is easy to see where it's all going to go, some of the supporting characters are underused (there could have been more of Jeremy Fisher and Jemima Puddle Duck for examples) and maybe there could have been less narration.

Kids can be a lot more critical than we think and eventually are going to notice the similarities and get bored of it quickly.

It seemed that the conflict between irritating man and irritating rabbits went on a bit much, and because I'm not a fan of slap-stick, the plot felt tedious about midway through.

TLDR: Boring, slapstick humor, constant pop culture references and pop music.

'Peter Rabbit' manages to be enormously entertaining, a vast majority of the jokes do hit the mark and they are very funny to hilarious.

Narrated by Margot Robbie, also starring Domhnall Gleeson as Mr. Jeremy Fisher, Rose Byrne as Jemima Puddle-Duck, singer Sia as Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle, Marianne Jean-Baptiste as General Manager, Fayssal Bazzi as Mr. Tod, Ewen Leslie as Pigling Bland, Rachel Ward as Peter's Mother and Bryan Brown as Peter's Father.

every scene has some really funny lines, my kids really enjoyed it

Loud, predictable, cheesy, and just plain stupid.

Enjoyable, funny and moreish .

This review of Peter Rabbit is spoiler free*** (3/5)IT'S QUITE FAIR to say that the first feature-length adaptation of Beatrix Potter's beloved children's book Peter Rabbit has followed a recent influx in updating older stories to acquire for modern day audiences - namely director Paul King's charming adaptation of Paddington which won the hearts of millions worldwide thanks to a stunning British cast, a heart-warming story which brought audiences to tears and became Britain's most successful animation.

This film is not a tribute to Beatrix Potter's petter rabbit but kids might like it, the graphics are outstanding but plot seems drab and revolved around dynamite which did not work well.

It's predictable, but still enjoyable.

Not the Rabbit I Remember, But Entertaining Nonetheless .

The blend of CGI and real life is stunning, and visually a treat for the eyes.

an somewhat uneven, but enjoyable family film .

There's a wide variety of big names all of which make for a surprisingly stunning tale that's sweet, warm, genuinely funny and unbelievably charming.

Truly enjoyable .

This was worth watching, and kids will probably enjoy it.

All our old favourites were included, Jeremy Fisher, Pigling Bland, Mrs Tiggywinkle and Jemima Puddleduck as well as the core characters of Flopsy, Mopsy, Cottontail and Benjamin Bunny.

Don't waste your time of your children's.

Turned out to be very entertaining and humorous, had great witty jokes back to back and kept me laughing.

this is either the worst plotline or the best plotline ever depending on how you look at it, i really enjoyed it.

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.

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 on paper seems highly enjoyable.

The rabbits are super cute and the film is pretty to look at with great visual effects especially when it comes to the CGI rabbits but the movie is extremely unfunny with repetitive jokes that almost always fell flat.

It bought back happy memories of our trip to The Lake District and I'm sure some of the proceeds of this film will go towards Beatrice Potter's legacy to protect this stunning part of the world where The Tale of Peter Rabbit and her other immortal characters were born.

Rating: 7,5/10 The movie is one of the best comedies for families in recent years, I found it really enjoyable and I really liked the comic style, which I found brilliant.

There are a lot of characters in this movie from the books, but the main ones mostly is the rabbits, McGregor and Bea, the rest are there for either for a running gag or because they were in the books and have a minor character, my favourite characters are Benjamin, Cottontail, Flopsy, Bea and especially Thomas McGregor, Benjamin may be the most relatable abd likeable of the group, Flopsy is funny and adorable, Cottontail is hillarious, Bea is quite charming and Thomas McGregor steals the show completely, he's so over the top, enjoyable and funny with Domhnall Gleeson putting on a really enjoyable performance making him crazier then his role of General Hux, Peter is just your wisecracking hero who only thinks about himself but still has a good heart and James Corden is fine as him, even though Peter could of been voiced by anyone, Mopsy is basicly Flopsy But not as funny, the other characters like Mr. Tod, Mr. Brocker, Tiddywinkles, the Birds, deer, Pigling Bland are bascially background characters that do nothing but make running gags that are not that funny and because they were in the books so they had to be in the film somewhere, but to end on a good the voice acting and performances in this film are pretty good too, while I may have some favourites, the rest of the characters really didn't do much for me.

Great for kids, boring for adults .

I was pleasantly surprised with the comedy and enjoyed it.

Overall, very enjoyable and much better than expected.

All in all, I thoroughly enjoyed it and would highly recommend it!

Peter Rabbit has stunning CGI and is very entertaining, especially with how one can notice all the innuendos in this film.

I found the Movie a bit boring at times with scenes with out the rabbits in, them parts felt slow.

Well worth watching .

In addition, thanks to the simple dialog and over advertising, the movie loses some of its uniqueness/edge to boredom at seeing it a thousand times.

Peter and his pals, along with wiseacre Pigling Bland (Ewen Leslie), reroute the electricity.

This version of Peter Rabbit is different from the original Beatrix Potter story but it's still enjoyable in its own way .

Very entertaining and funny, thoroughly recommend for both adults and chikdren

Boring as hell.

Beatrix Potters wonderful tail brought to life in a very beautiful and enjoyable way.

Entertaining!

I loved the film and I highly recommend it.

A brilliant, fascinating and funny lesson of life...

It is not anything like the books and this has people either disappointed or not want to see it at all..I went to a premiere screening not expecting much,but was throughly surprised by it..it's beautiful,hilarious and the scenery breathtaking..all shot in NSW...

Terrific entertaining Easter Fare- With a great Australian contribution .

Terribl terrible and annoying waste of time.

As an adult, I enjoyed it for what it was.

This is a fun entertaining movie, if you are young at heart and don't have sludge in your brain.

Oh, like the new Mary Poppins, I was fairly bored in that one and disappointed.

It was so boring.

Bland times .

It may have been entirely subkective, but I myself may have liked this film a lot more if I liked Peter more and I really didn't, even if Herbst is enjoyable as always (watched the German dub).

CUTE,FUNNY AND ENTERTAINING!.

Save your money .

Everything about it is so enjoyable from Domhnall Gleeson's slap stick style comedy to James Corden voice over work as the Rabbit himself.

Over the years have taken my now 6 & 9 year old to many films, many i get bored watching and start playing with my phone.

I thought that sections of the film were quite boring with truly terrible jokes that left deathly silence ringing around the cinema.

The story is cliche, and was told many times.

One of the most entertaining movie in the long time.

Waste my time with it....

Enjoyable .

Enjoyable in places with a grating James Corden .

Peter Rabbit - Don't know much about the book so cannot comment on that, but it's a quite fun lighthearted live action/animated flick that got some chuckles out of me and would certainly be enjoyable for kids!

However, as already mentioned, the movie is really funny and entertaining.

It's just painfully average and boring.

"Peter Rabbit" is an enjoyable comedy, charming story about five brave rabbits trying to defeat their biggest enemy - Mr. McGregor.

I never imagined that I would be taught such lesson watching Peter Rabbit, but because the movie hit the perfect balance between entertainment and caution, it was actually enjoyable, coupled with cheerful musics.

The centerpiece slapstick is noisy but really good (thanks largely to the fully committed Gleeson), and it slows down often enough to allow for nicely silly dialogue and a decent enough (though fairly predictable) story about learning to change.

I was surprised at how many times I laughed out loud - most notably a "deer in the headlights," rapping birds and a rooster experiencing unexpected fatherhood.

Terrible bland comedy for the lowest common denominator disguised as Peter Rabbit.

I enjoyed it much more than I thought I would.

DONT WASTE YOUR TIME ON THIS MOVIE .

We enjoyed it very much.

There's no point in saying that the film would be a predictable, generally generic and ultimately bland attempt at aping the recent success of 'Paddington (2014)' even without its ill-judged, misinformed and misguided elements because it simply cannot be divorced from them, as they taint every aspect of the feature and its intended messages almost to the point where I'd consider it a dangerous film to show a child, certainly an impressionable and irresponsible one, without talking to them about it first.

It is not perfect and there are better family films out there, but it was hugely entertaining and charming that is ideal for kids and adults.

Worth watching!

Another great and, as far as I'm concerned, unexpected strong point of the film is the screenplay that despite re-proposing a plot already seen in many other similar films, manages to distinguish itself thanks to a delicious, exhilarating and irresistible humor both British and cynical that works perfectly thanks to some jokes / gags in some cases really brilliant and always well contextualized, inserted with the right timing and never excessive.

There definitely was a message in this movie & that is "We should treat animals like they're humans" & I really liked the message that the movie was trying to convey but in certain scenes, there are some boring moments & of course emotional moments.

My rating- 6.5/10 (Good with enjoyable parts)

The cast worked well with what they had but the script instead of following a storyline seemed to be disjointed and rammed full of pop culture references, James cordens rubbish jokes and agendas.

There were a few low/slow points and my kids started to loose interest, but overall, it was very enjoyable.

The lines of all the characters were formulaic and predictable and where the writers tried to be clever it came across as trying to be clever.

Sure, 'Peter Rabbit' does have the odd joke that is a little too repetitive, a notable one being with Pigling Bland.

Dialogue or exposition sequences were cleverly made entertaining for younger viewers with the rabbits often trying to read the lips of the characters talking, which led to many cackles in the theatre.

What a total waste of money this production is.

It is hilarious at times, and always engaging.

and maybe I was just in a congenial mood, but this was much funnier and more engaging than it has any right to be.

Big lie Based on the books by Beatrix Potter: This film is not a tribute to Beatrix Potter's petter rabbit but kids might like it, the graphics are outstanding but plot seems drab and revolved around dynamite which did not work well.

Enjoyable film .

The humor is fun and witty and the story is enjoyable.

It is cute, fluffy and humorous and the story is well told even if it is about as boring as it gets.

Really enjoyable fun film.

If they ever decide to make a second part to this one, then I am probably in to see it too and I hope it can be on the same level as this one we have here because it is certainly among the better, more entertaining 2018 films I have seen so far and judging from the reactions of my fellow crowd members I think I definitely wasn't the only one.