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Film Review - Peter Rabbit


I'm fairly certain that when Beatrix Potter created Peter Rabbit in the late 1800s, she never imagined there would come a day when the beloved character be featured in an adaptation that includes a scene where Peter fights an uncontrollable urge to place a carrot inside Mr. McGregor’s plumber's crack. Trying to amuse families in a modern age, director Will Gluck cranks up the mischief and irreverence for the new Peter Rabbit, which quietly discards the delicate nature of Potter's work to charge ahead as a slapstick-drenched cartoon. It's not entirely unpleasant either, but purists might find themselves in a permanent state of pearl-clutching with this aggressive carnival of talking animals and bodily harm.  Read the rest at


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