‘Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway’ Review: Rabbit Redux


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Bea (Rose Byrne), the rabbits’ surrogate mother, wrote her adventures in a book. His success caught the attention of a publisher (David Oyelowo) who woos Bea with fancy cars and the rabbits with sparkling water and raw vegetables. He envisions a series of 23 books with 109 characters. Bea fears her work could be turned into something naughty and hip – in other words, a movie like “Peter Rabbit 2. And when it’s annoying to watch a follow-up sniff at himself while watching the audience.” implicitly snarls for buying tickets to a blatant Peter Rabbit, the imagination provides evidence that things might have been worse. At least Gluck isn’t sending Peter into space.

It’s also annoying that the commercial calculations are still livelier than the wholesome dialogue between Peter (James Corden provides his voice) and Bea’s new husband Thomas (Domhnall Gleeson, misplaced as both the romantic lead and Mr. Wilson to Peters Dennis the Menace ). It’s more fun when Peter, who’s gone to Green Day pouting, meets Barnabas (Lennie James), a thief hare who recruits him for a robbery at a farmers’ market. Note to the criminal rabbit thinkers: The profit point is the dried fruit.

Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway
Rated PG. Running time: 1 hour 33 minutes. In theaters.



Robert Dunfee