Peter Rabbit (2018)


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In England’s Lake District, Peter Rabbit, his cousin Benjamin Bunny, and Peter’s triplet sisters Flopsy, Mopsy, and Cottontail, spend most of their days picking on Mr. Joe McGregor and stealing vegetables from his garden. They are friends with a local woman named Bea who spends her time painting pictures of the rabbits as well as the surrounding nature. Bea takes on a mother-like relationship with the rabbits due to the death of their parents, who were killed by McGregor. One day, Peter is forced to leave his jacket in McGregor’s garden and goes back to retrieve it. McGregor spots and catches him, but suddenly dies of a heart attack due to decades of unhealthy eating habits. Enthralled, Peter invites all of the local animals and takes over McGregor’s manor..

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Peter Rabbit Movie Reviews

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.

Well worth hopping along to

Love Beatrix Potter’s truly charming and beautifully illustrated stories, there are some talented actors on board and have a soft spot for family films. Wasn’t all that enamoured by the trailers and advertising, which dampened my expectations a little but saw it anyway as ‘The Tale of Peter Rabbit’ is one of my favourite Beatrix Potter stories.

Found ‘Peter Rabbit’ to be much better than expected. 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. It has endured, and will continue to endure, the wrath of those expecting a straight up adaptation of the story. Understandable, as the title and advertising made it seem as if it was going to be with a modern twist. This is misleading, it is not a straight up adaptation and wasn’t trying to be from my personal perspective (more of a modern day follow-up) which is very likely to be wrong. It is best judged as a standalone, on that front there is a lot to enjoy.

Oh, and the allergy bullying controversy does seem as if it has been blown out of proportion for a scene that was over very quickly and didn’t seem that insensitive or distasteful, or at least to me.

Sure, ‘Peter Rabbit’ does have the odd joke that is a little too repetitive, a notable one being with Pigling Bland. 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. Regarding the last point though, it is delivered beautifully by Margot Robbie and captures the storybook nature of some of the storytelling very well.

However, even with the witty modern setting, the quaint nature of Potter’s stories is intact and loved the affectionate references to other Potter characters in other stories of hers and it even includes the style of her illustrations at points.

‘Peter Rabbit’ manages to be enormously entertaining, a vast majority of the jokes do hit the mark and they are very funny to hilarious. Especially the scene-stealing cockerel, Mrs Tiggy Winkle and the electric fence and Peter’s sisters, while the very physical and increasingly violent comedy that Domhnall Gleeson is given to do is a lot of fun and didn’t feel gratuitous, cartoonish or mean-spirited.

It’s not just about the comedy. There is a heart too with well-meaning messaging and the whole stuff with Peter’s parents and past was very heartfelt. There is a natural charm with the character interaction, and the relationship between Thomas and Bea is very sweet. All the characters engage, the soundtrack is suitably peppy, everything goes at a lively pace and can find little if any fault with the cast. Gleeson makes Thomas more than just a standard clichéd archetype that he appears to be at first and manages the difficult physical comedy and the difficult task of interacting in real life with nothing with ease. Rose Byrne is effortlessly charming without being sugary or without substance, her chemistry with Gleeson and the animals is sweet. James Corden is a likeable Peter and Robbie and Daisy Ridley are particularly colourful of the supporting voice cast. Didn’t recognise Sam Neill.

The visual look of ‘Peter Rabbit’ is one of its biggest pleasures. It is very colourful and picturesque with beautiful photography, that is never garish or flat, and there is a seamless blending of CGI and live-action. The CGI itself is simply great and is so well blended that one can’t tell that it’s CGI.

Overall, very enjoyable and much better than expected. 8/10 Bethany Cox

modernized Peter

In the English countryside, Peter Rabbit (James Corden), his cousin Benjamin, and his younger sisters Flopsy, Mopsy, and Cottontail raid Mr. McGregor’s vegetable garden. They are protected by artist neighbor Bea (Rose Byrne). McGregor had killed and eaten Peter’s parents. As McGregor is about to cook Peter into a pie, McGregor dies from a heart attack. McGregor’s nephew Thomas McGregor (Domhnall Gleeson) is the inheritor of the country home despite the two having never met. Thomas expects a promotion at the Harrods department store in London. When he doesn’t get it, he explodes and quits. He finds Peter and all of his animal friends causing havoc in his new country home. He works to keep the animals out and prepare the home for sale.

The modern take on the material really saps the old fashion charms of the franchise. The cartoon violence within the real world makes this an awkward Bugs Bunny cartoon with real anvils and non-ACME electrical fences. James Corden’s modern take on Peter Rabbit does not help. This may work for young audiences with no expectations but it doesn’t work for older fans who want the childhood comforts of another era. I’m on the old side and find myself not caring about the new Peter or his friends. Only when Peter grew sad over what he’d done, did I start sympathizing with him. Before that, there is a callousness to his behavior and a good helping of anger at his parents’ murderer. Instead of childish fun, it struck me as something darker which clashed with my expectations.