I didn't laugh a single time. The rabbits also celebrated murder so uhh
The movie's C.G.I. is incredibly near perfect; a 10/10. When holding an animal, you could not tell it was not real. Even the movie, Roger Rabbit, had a sense of fakeness, but this Peter Rabbit, 2018 movie, has done such an incredible work, that nowhere in the movie do you get a sense that the animals are not real.
The 2/10 comes from the message. The woman says that all animals have a natural claim to all gardens and homes, because they were here first. Yet, she does not allow the animals to poop, urinate and damage her home.
Also, a 2/10 is due to the musical arrangement. Instead of a steady theme throughout the movie, you hear about 10 different genres, from classical to rap, causing irritation to the ears and finger fatigue as you often hit the mute button.Finally, yes, it is worth seeing just for the CGI, but if you spend money on it, you lose.
Do I have to emphasise that you have to suspend your disbelief? We have animated animals (CG) mixed up with real actors. Now do not go around looking for depth in this. It's a kids movie, you have a setup, you have two groups fighting over Rose Byrne (who can blame them? Exactly) and you have a lesson that can be learned at the end.If you accept that, you can have a lot of fun. The movie is really about the kids and the fun they ought to have. Get along for the ride, don't judge the acting too harshly and enjoy
Have you ever read the picture book of Peter Rabbit? Even if you haven't, don't worry. You can still enjoy the movie. As you may know, Peter Rabbit is a story of a naughty rabbit boy and his family battling with Mcgregor. Yet, in the film version, some characters are different, which partly makes it possible for anyone to enjoy the film, and the story is more than adventurous.
It is very difficult to describe the film accurately as it has various elements; adventures, romance, family-tie, and friendship. Indeed, this is not a film just for children. I watched it with a friend of mine. After watching it, he said, "The movie made me think (about many things)," and I could not agree with him more. The final decision Petter and his friends reached was something very suggestive. One of the messages is the importance of sharing. Sharing lands and sharing love to name a few. These cores of the story are hidden but you will realize when you finish watching. I never imagined that I would be taught such lesson watching Peter Rabbit, but because the movie hit the perfect balance between entertainment and caution, it was actually enjoyable, coupled with cheerful musics.