Peter Rabbit 2
Peter Rabbit 2
- 1h 33m
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The lovable rogue is back. Bea, Thomas, and the rabbits have created a makeshift family, but despite his best efforts, Peter can't seem to shake his mischievous reputation. Adventuring out of the garden, Peter finds himself in a world where his mischief is appreciated, but when his family risks everything to come looking for him, Peter must figure out what kind of bunny he wants to be.
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Critics Consensus: An enjoyably silly and self-aware sequel, Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway should leave fans of the original feeling fairly hoppy.
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Common Sense Says
Superior sequel with slapstick violence pokes fun at itself.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway is the action-packed sequel to Peter Rabbit. It's loosely based on Beatrix Potter's books and has lots of comic violence. Although Peter (voiced by James Corden) has learned from the mistakes of the first movie -- he now protects Mr. McGregor's (Domhnall Gleeson) tomato garden, stopping others from stealing the produce -- he falls in with a group of criminal animals. This leads to various violent altercations, including punching and kicking people in the face, although there's no sense of any lasting injuries. Animals are seen caged in a pet store; in another scene, humans try to capture and hurt the rabbits. There's an unsettling moment when a pig is hung by the waist with a rope, though it ends up being a prank on Peter. The language is mild, but a character is called a "sissy." Bea (Rose Byrne) almost decides to sell her stories about Peter after she's offered a lot of money -- and even a movie adaptation. But she decides, after much temptation, not to give up her morals for materialistic goods. One of the rabbits is seen eating sweets and subsequently has a drug-like experience (when she goes without, she even suffers withdrawal symptoms). Although many of the characters stray from what's right, they eventually realize the error of their ways.
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- Genre:Family, Comedy
- Release Date:June 18, 2021
- Audio Format:5.1
- Screen Pass Eligible:No
If purchased in:4K
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