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Mr. Peabody & Sherman

Rated PG for some mild action and brief rude humor.

PG In Theaters 03/7/2014 , 92min.
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Viewer score based on 12 ratings
Critic score based on 33 reviews

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March 24, 2014
I took my son and daughter to c this movies, all in all it was just ok, I enjoyed the history parts in the movie but the rest was a little silly. Not a bad movie but could have waited
March 21, 2014
I took my daughter to see this movie and for the both of us this movie appeared to drag on. The visuals were decent and it was somewhat funny but LONG...hard to keep my attention at times. There are movies for children that I would like to go back and see...unfortunately, this is not one of them.
March 16, 2014
Mr. Peabody's voice miscast.
March 16, 2014
We see most of the kids' movies and this one I would put in the middle. As a mom watching this with my adopted son, I liked the sentiments expressed about adoption. I agree with a comment below, it could have been a little funnier.
March 13, 2014
We Saw This Movie, Old Cartoon, Don't Expect To Relieve The Past ! The New Peabody And Sherman,Does Not Have The Same Quality As The Original Cartoon. The Visuals Were Ok, But The Story Line Geared More Towards Children. On A Scale Of 1 - 5 We Give It A (2) Wait For The DVD !

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Total Film
Despite top-notch visuals and versatile voice-work from Ty Burrell’s (Modern Family) doting doggy dad and Alison Janney’s monstrous social worker, it lacks the "Up"-style warmth to be best in show. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
Lively, educational and intermittently amusing. The fun, however, grows strained and formulaic as the movie goes on. Full Review
David Gritten
The Telegraph
It’s sweet-natured and amusing, with a story to captivate kids; yet the script has enough witty touches to keep adults laughing too. Full Review
Elizabeth Weitzman
New York Daily News
Burrell doesn’t quite capture the wry deadpan of the original, but then, neither does the movie. That’s okay. Full Review
Eric Henderson
Slant Magazine
The film spent roughly a dozen years in development, and the moronic, corporate detritus from that long time warp is strewn about like so many improbable history lessons. Full Review
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