Written March 17, 2014
M husband and I found this movie boring and not at all like the characters we remember from ROCKY and BULLWINKLE. However, our two granddaughters, ages 10 and 7, loved it. I guess that's who it was made for. So if you are looking for something to do with your
kids or grandkids, this will work.
Written March 12, 2014
My girlfriend and I brought 7 kids between us (ages 5-10) and we had not one bathroom or refilled popcorn request. This is a must see movie for all ages!!
Written March 09, 2014
Had a van full of kids for a bday party, on the trip home after the movie the kids were all trading what they knew about the Trojan Horse/War, Egypt & Tut and DaVinci's Mona Lisa etc. we weren't expecting that! The movie was fun, & championed intellect and discovery over fighting. This is sequel & series worthy -go see it!
Written August 21, 2014
I thought this film would be a cute little piece of animation that I would enjoy for a couple of hours. Sorry to say that it was flat and uneventful for me. I almost got up and left; but I thought I owed it to people to stay through the entire film if I was indeed going to review it. I would pass on this one for sure. Wait for another animated film to come along if that is what you like to see.
Written September 17, 2014
Unlike most people I had never heard of Peabody and Sherman and the animated series that it was based on. The film was wonderful. Funny, and very human. Brilliant animation and great in introducing history. Were I a history teacher, I would have all my students see it. They'd learn a lot while having fun. Most of the people in the rows in front of us had children under 8. They enjoyed it and my guess is had little idea about the history, although it was perhaps a first introduction for them.
Especially given winter snow, this film is a great antidote to winter blahs.