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I'm allergic to blackberries.
*Allergic* to *blackberries*?
Is that even a thing? Is that where we've gone to? I mean, suddenly *everyone* is allergic to *everything*!
[yelling at Thomas]
Stop using it as a crutch!
You know, some people do have legitimate medical conditions.
Of course, of course, it's a real struggle, my heart goes out to them, it's very tough, very sad, I don't want to get any letters
[looks at camera]
But THIS guy, come on!
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Peter Rabbit is one of my favorite kid's movie of the year so far. It's an adorable film that is perfect for the whole family. I love this film because of the acting and CGI.
Peter Rabbit follows Peter Rabbit, Flopsy, Mopsy, Cotton Tail and Benji as they get into mischief by taking vegetables from the garden next door. They take the vegetables from Mr. McGregor who tries desperately to get them out of their garden by using explosives and even an electric fence. The rabbits hang out with loveable characters like Bea. She helps the rabbits by giving them shelter when it rains and helps them get food.
Throughout the movie, we see great acting from all the actors and voice actors in the film. I love how Domhnall Gleeson acts like a soulless man with the rabbits who he is trying to kill, but with Bea, he acts like in he's love. I found that Mr. McGregor (Domhnall Gleeson) really does seem to be in love with Bea. I also like how the voice actors portray the rabbits. Each one of them has a personality that is well portrayed in their voices and actions. For example, Cotton Tail is a memorable character because of how wild and reckless she is. The way Daisy Ridley voices her shows how wild she can be.
The CGI in this film is extraordinary. The animals look so realistic. If you really focus on the rabbits, you can see the individual hairs on them. You can also see it on the pig character that hangs out with the rabbits. During a fight sequence with Peter and Mr. McGregor, they actually look like they are fighting and not like he is fighting a fake bunny.
I rate this movie 5 out of 5 stars and recommend it to ages 7 to 12.
Reviewed by Carla P., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic.
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