Written November 29, 2015
Me and my kid (11 years) went to this movie, and we both liked it very much.
Perhaps i should say, we dont even realize the end of movie. Its so amazing.
Written May 26, 2016
I rarely EVER take the time to review movies, but I must say this movie was AWSOME for myself and my son. One of the very first time that I can say that Hollywood did a good job bringing a childhood memory to life. Beyond the X-Men, this was the best cartoon adaptation I have ever seen. My son enjoyed it as well. He tends to be a very laid back type of child but even he was laughing and interacting with the movie! Great movie...tell everyone to go!
Written October 25, 2014
Not the best or most positive adoption story but the story line is cute and offers conversations starter with kids about being kind, not all families are created equal, and why bullying is NEVER ok!
Written November 27, 2015
Mr. Peabody and Sherman is a cleverly written story in the tradition of the old Jay Ward Bulwinkle shows. You get the interaction of Peabody with all of the different historical figures in his uniquely disarming way--lots of jokes and more than one biting pun to punctuate each segment along the way. But in the middle of this all is the themes of the "puupy love" Sherman has for a school girlfriend, the challenge that the "authorities" might take Sherman away from Peabody as his "adopted son" and the love between father and son. Very well written and definitely a MUST SEE if you were a fan of Rocky and Bulwinkle, Fractured Fairy Tales and Dudley Do-Wright as I was.
Written March 03, 2015
The time machine going back was very disjointed. No sequence or sense to going back in time. Movie seemed long probably because of lack of sequence. It was Revolutionary France, Battle of Troy, Ancient Egypt, etc. Young child would not know what the point of each was.