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(2021) (voice of James Corden, Domhnall Gleeson) (PG)
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- QUICK TAKE:
- Computer-Animated Comedy: Unable to shake his reputation, a mischievous, talking rabbit ends up in a situation where his bad bunny behavior is appreciated.
Peter Rabbit (voice of JAMES CORDEN) is a mischievous and assertive bunny who lives on an English country farm with his sisters, Flopsy (voice of MARGOT ROBBIE), Mopsy (voice of ELIZABETH DEBICKI), and Cottontail (voice of AIMEE HORNE), and their cousin, Benjamin Bunny (voice of COLIN MOODY). Having seemingly called a true with Thomas McGregor (DOMHNALL GLEESON) -- who inherited the farm where the rabbits and other animals live and has just married his artist neighbor Bea (ROSE BYRNE) -- Peter must now contend with his newfound fame following the release of Bea's book about him and the rest of the animals.
That's drawn the interest of slick book publisher Nigel Basil-Jones (DAVID OYELOWO) who wants Bea to make Peter the "bad seed" character in her sequel that he believes should be made as commercial as possible. Fed up with that, Peter takes a walk through the city where he bumps into older rabbit Barnabas (voice of LENNIE JAMES) who claims he knew Peter's father and runs a small gang of street thieves comprised of rat Samuel Whiskers (voice of RUPERT DEGAS) and feline siblings Tom (voice of DAMON HERRIMAN) and Mittens Kitten (voice of HAYLEY ATWELL).
They're planning the food robbery of a lifetime and want Peter's help. With him now leaning into his bad bunny reputation, Peter enlists the help of his family and friends, all while Thomas worries that Nigel is too heavily influencing Bea's artistry.
- WILL KIDS WANT TO SEE IT?
- If they liked the first "Peter Rabbit" film they probably will.
- WHY THE MPAA RATED IT: PG
- For some rude humor and action.
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