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Terrible bland comedy for the lowest common denominator disguised as Peter Rabbit.
This movie is NOT Peter Rabbit. It has almost nothing to do with Peter Rabbit. The only things that it got right are the characters names, designs, and the facts that some of it takes place in a garden. Other than that, it's just a bunch of slapstick, pop music, and pop culture references that try desperately to make little kids (specifically dumb kids) laugh. And maybe it succeeds in being mildly entertaining to people who don't mind humour being pathetic, forced, and in your face, but to everyone else, not at all. After Sony saw that Paddington was a success, they decided that they should also have a shot at 'adapting' a kids classic because classic story = $$$, right? Unfortunately, they just made another mediocre Sony kids movie (although thankfully not quite as bad as last years The Emoji Movie) and they threw Peter Rabbit in there so people would go see it, and then they just tried to make it look appealing as possible by casting celebrities and putting in pop music and chases and explosions and advertising EVERYWHERE so kids will want to see it, but you know it's a bad sign when you can only get one male celebrity who will agree to be in your kids movies so you have to cast him in leading roles for the second year in a row. There is no substance to this movie, it's just lame attempts at comedy to keep kids entertained, because this entire movie was just specifically engineered to make as much money as possible, no matter what they had to do to get it. And really, there is no reason to watch it. If you want to take your kids to see it, then you're pretty much paying to make your kids a little bit dumber. Just watch the original animated Peter Rabbit show from the 99's, which is available on Youtube and actually contains the heart, looks, and feel of the original stories, as opposed to this piece of desperate garbage that just wants to take your money. Nothing in this movie works, and there is absolutely no reason anybody should pay to subject themselves to it.
Just skip it.
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