Many times the second parts are not good. In the cinema, it often happens when a very successful movie comes back with a sequel or even more installments. However, this is not the case with Peter Rabbit: Rabbit on the Run. The second film of this charismatic rabbit surprises for the better in different aspects and, above all, it is very funny. And, as if that weren’t enough, it has a cast with renowned actors that further adorn the animated film of Sony Pictures. We tell you when it opens and why you should see Peter Rabbit 2.
This new adventure of Peter Rabbit begins with the marriage of Bea and Thomasnow determined to get along with rabbits, though of course it won’t be easy at all. In fact, Peter will find himself involved in a big problem that will force him to discover which rabbit he wants to be and thus value his entire family.
Without a doubt, an adorable story that is worth it. Not only are rabbit animations cute in their own right, but also Peter Rabbit has a special fun seasoning that makes the 90 minutes of movie really go on in almost an instant. The script adapted from Will Gluck, who is in charge of the direction again, it is simple but full of interesting passages and some jokes loaded with irony.
A surprising point in favor is the soundtrack chosen for the film, in addition to the original music composed by Dominic Lewis. So you can go from listening to a classic by Green Day, The Ting Tings, Vampire Weekend and even the band británica Supergrass.
Because the filming of the film took place before the coronavirus pandemic, Peter Rabbit 2 also stands out for its impeccable Photography that make us want to get a ticket now to England and Gales. Some of the places that can be appreciated are London, Gloucester and Camden in South Wales.
Finally, Peter Rabbit He is once again showing off thanks to his cast full of Hollywood stars led by James Corden, Margot Robbie, Rose Byrne, Domhnall Gleeson, David Oyelowo, Elizabeth Debicki y Sam Neil.
When does Peter Rabbit: Runaway Rabbit premiere?
Peter Rabbit: Rabbit on the Run opens in the cinema in Argentina this Thursday, September 2.
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