Peter Rabbit

critic Reviews

, 63% Fresh Tomatometer Score
  • Peter Rabbit updates Beatrix Potter's classic characters with colorfully agreeable results that should entertain younger viewers while admittedly risking the wrath of purists.
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    Jake WilsonThe Age (Australia)
    More than anything, Gluck seems bored with the material, and worried that his audience will be too. Unfortunately, making the action more frenetic only adds to the sense of desperation.
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    Wenlei MaNews.com.au
    The blend of animation and live action feels natural and even at its most ridiculous points, the film is still irresistibly likeable. It may not look like much at first but Peter Rabbit is an unexpected pleasure.
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    Tara BradyIrish Times
    Gleeson and his committed stunt doubles fall down stairs impressively and often. The voice cast for the animated animals (Robbie, Ridley et al) is absurdly starry and game. Expect many, many sequels to this solid family comedy.
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    Simran HansObserver (UK)
    Beatrix Potter's children's books may have been out of copyright since 2014, but that's no excuse for this manure-scented take on her best-known tale.
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    Ed PottonTimes (UK)
    I found neither blackberrygate nor Corden particularly offensive, and the film as a whole quite fun.
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    Robbie CollinDaily Telegraph (UK)
    The new Peter Rabbit film could only really be improved with the addition of one thing: unfortunately, it's myxomatosis.
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    Brian EggertDeep Focus Review
    A loud and abrasive film populated by cute creatures and zippy, restless humor.
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    Matt BrunsonFilm Frenzy
    Considering that the initial trailer made Peter Rabbit look like one of the greatest disasters since the sinking of the Titanic, it's somewhat shocking to note that the end result isn't half bad.
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    Hosea RupprechtPauline Center for Media Studies
    Peter Rabbit might not be what Beatrix Potter had in mind when she wrote and illustrated her famous books on which this film is based, but I think she would be OK with its message to children...
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    Richard PropesTheIndependentCritic.com
    It belongs in a rabbit pie.
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