Thursday, 17 May 2018

Congratulations!!!

A huge congratulations to Anchal, Jaiveer and Meesum for winning movie passes and Screenies passes for their entries into the Screenies Movie Review Competition and to Bryan, Danyon, Kiki and Moon Hee for also winning screenies passes. Great work guys!! Check out Anchal's entry as well as Jaiveer and Meesum's. The others can be found on an earlier post.


Peter Rabbit Review­čÉ░
Genre: Adventure and Fantasy
Directed by Will Gluck

For all those slow pokes out there hiding in the shadows, Peter Rabbit, a movie based on the book, ‘The Tale of Peter Rabbit’ by Beatrix Potter, has recently been released in the theaters! If you love exciting movies then be sure to watch this blockbuster!

Rose Byrne who voices the character of Bea, played a leading role in an Australian film called, ‘The Goddess of 1967 in 2000’ which  won her the Volpi Cup. If you didn’t know, the Volpi cup is an award, given to actors at the Venice Film Festival. Peter, voiced by James Corden, was very strategic and adds a lot of emotional scenes in the movie like when Bea gets really sad and is about to leave her home and abandon it but then somehow Peter and his friends save the day. Find out how by watching Peter Rabbit. The triplets, flopsy, Mopsy and cottontail were voiced by Margot Robbie, Elizabeth Debicki and Daisy Ridley, it was an exceptional performance.

The movie is really funny and there is a bit of comedy, but there are also really sad parts and when I watched the movie, a girl in her 16 or 17 was sitting next to me and the film literally brought tears to her eyes. I could hear her sobbing so loud that it was actually tiny bit annoying. One part i was actually about to tell her to cry a river, build a bridge and get over it ( it means forget about the all the bad things in the past). Something all the parents should know is that Peter Rabbit is a Violent movie and that there are a lot of fighting scenes and two death scenes but it doesn’t show one of them. The one that doesn’t get shown is Peter's dad because the only thing you can see is Mrs Mcgregor passing rabbit pie to Mr Mcgregor.

I rate this film 41/2 out of 5 because there is a little bit of violence but the violence is also funny. Hope you enjoyed, and see you at the movies!

Anchal
                                   Peter RabbitImage result for peter rabbit trailer
For so long people have been waiting to see one of Disney's most popular books come to life. Thanks to Disney, Peter Rabbit has finally made it onto the big screen. It has been an instant audience pleaser, drawing large crowds worldwide.

Peter Rabbit is an adventurous, fun-filled tale set in the English countryside. Peter, voiced by James Corden and his rabbit siblings Cottontail (Daisy Ridley), Mopsy ( Elizabeth Debicki), Flopsy (Margot Robbie) and cousin Benjamin (Colin Moody), have been living a risky life on the edge as they regularly take Mr McGregor’s (Sam Neill) vegetables. However, they are still nice and friendly to their other neighbour/caretaker Bea (Rose Byrne). They have always got away with it, until now Their  lives quickly turn into a dangerous, frightening existence when their stealing is exposed.
This movie is well worth seeing and not to be missed!!! Like Kate Rodger says, “The only way you wouldn’t have heard of this movie is if you have been living under a rock.” If you liked Boss Baby, Smurfs and Lion king, your going to love this humorous, action packed movie.This film will change the way you think about pets, animals and how well they bond together. We were impressed by the way the rabbits would do anything for each other showing how strong their bond is.
The director of this amazing family movie is Will Gluck who has also directed Annie, About Last Night and more well known movies.  Born in New York city, USA, Gluck began his career writing for The John Larroquette Show.
We think Peter Rabbit the movie deserves 4 and a half stars for the messages it tells kids - Your family will always be there for you, no matter what.
Jaiveer and Meesum


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