Starring: Rose Byrne, Domnhall Gleeson, David Oyelowo, Elizabeth Debicki, Margot Robbie, James Corden, Daisy Ridley
Live action animated comedy sequel directed and co-written by Will Gluck. We follow Bea (Rose Byrne), Thomas (Domnhall Gleeson), and the rabbits, who have created a makeshift family, but despite his best efforts, Peter (James Corden) can’t seem to shake his mischievous reputation. Adventuring out of the garden, Peter finds himself in a world where his mischief is appreciated, but when his family risks everything to come looking for him, Peter must figure out what kind of bunny he wants to be.
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[as Bea and Thomas’s wedding]
Priest: We are gathered here today to join Bea and Thomas in holy matrimony.
[as they watch the ceremony]
Benjamin Bunny: You’re taking this so well.
[referring to Thomas]
Peter Rabbit: He’s a good man.
Benjamin Bunny: You hated this guy.
Peter Rabbit: We’ve grown very close.
[as they continue watching the ceremony]
Priest: Welcoming a new parent.
Peter Rabbit: Not that close.
Priest: A father.
Peter Rabbit: Father?
Thomas: [to Peter] Father?
Peter Rabbit: No, you’re not my father.
[suddenly Peter jump kicks Thomas in the face; we then see he was daydreaming]
Benjamin Bunny: Peter! Peter! The ring!
Peter Rabbit: Right. Sorry.
[he hands the ring to Thomas]
[at McGregors store]
Woman: Aren’t you the author?
Bea: It’s really the rabbits story. I just wrote it down.
Boy: Look, dad, it’s Peter Rabbit.
Peter Rabbit: Oh, I hate that I’m the face of this.
Boy: He’s a little naughty.
Peter Rabbit: What?
Female Rabbit: Are you Peter?
Peter Rabbit: That depends who’s asking.
[as he leans on the sign next to him, the sign falls over and breaks the shop window]
[as Thomas is driving off]
Thomas: Stay out of trouble!
Peter Rabbit: Told you he had it in for me.
Benjamin Bunny: He was talking to all of us.
[Thomas reverses back]
Thomas: I’m talking to you, Peter, specifically! Stay out of trouble!
Peter Rabbit: Is anyone hungry?
Flopsy Rabbit: Yes! Starving.
Peter Rabbit: I’m on it.
[Peter picks an apple from a tree, but its looks like it’s decomposing]
Benjamin Bunny: I’m just going to wait until we get home where the food isn’t decomposing.
Peter Rabbit: Well, la-dee-da. I didn’t realize I was with a bunch of sophisticates.
[he take a bite out of the decomposing apple]
Peter Rabbit: Ugh! Ugh! Ugh!
[as Peter sees another rabbit stealing an apple from the vegetable store]
Barnabas: What are you looking at, goody-goody? Are you going to turn me in?
Peter Rabbit: I’m no goody-goody. Apparently, I’m a baddie- baddie.
[he hits the leg of the shelf holding apples to steal an apple, but the whole lot comes tumbling down]
Store Owner: Get out of here! Scram!
Barnabas: Is your name Peter Rabbit?
Peter Rabbit: Yeah.
Barnabas: I was best friends with your dad. My name’s Barnabas. You’re a fierce bad rabbit, just like him.
Book Store Client: Where are the rabbits?
Bea: Back in their burrow, snug as a bug in a rug.
Thomas: [to Bea] Families can come in all shapes and sizes. That’s why I also feature having some two-legged children.
[as they watch the rabbit frolicking down the hill]
Bea: Join them. Frolic.
Thomas: I can frolic. Imagine me, and our future children frolicking.
[as he slowly frolics down the hill]
Thomas: Wee, this is fun. I’m speeding up a little. I’m speeding up quite a bit! Oh!
[Bea and the rabbits watch as Thomas screams as he rolls down the hill at a dangerous speed]
Peter Rabbit: I think he’s getting the hang of it.
Flopsy: And that’s why adults shouldn’t do kid stuff. Ooh.
[as Tommy, the badger, is about to eat one of Thomas’s tomatoes]
Peter Rabbit: Tommy! No! Those are Mr. McGregor’s!
[to himself as he tries to put the tomato back]
Peter Rabbit: I swear, if it wasn’t for me…
Thomas: Peter, just leave my tomatoes alone! You have everything else!
[referring to Peter, thinking he’s been trying to steal his tomatoes]
Thomas: Honestly, my kids would be so much better behaved.
Bea: Go easy on him.
[referring to Thomas and Bea]
Peter Rabbit: As soon as they have a baby, we’re done for. Maybe we’re better off without them.
Peter Rabbit: [to himself] If that’s who they think I am, maybe I’ll be better off without them.
[as they are on the train watching the passing scenery]
Benjamin Bunny: Don’t stare at the scenery rushing by. Look at a fixed point on the horizon, and then just lock your eyes onto that.
[Flopsy and Mopsy pass out from trying to catch up on looking at the rushing scenery]
[as they watch Cottontail shove sweets down her mouth]
Peter Rabbit: Oh, no. Cottontail just discovered sugar.
Benjamin Bunny: We had a good run.
[they see Cottontail latched outside the train window]
Cottontail Rabbit: I’m going to live forever!
[as they go through the tunnel, they see her disappear then reappear again]
Cottontail Rabbit: Told you!
[as they arrive in London]
Mopsy Rabbit: What’s for lunch?
Peter Rabbit: There’s a magical place, with the ripest radishes, the sweetest corn. It’s called, The Farmers Market. And if you want to buy and overpriced gift that will never be used, they sell lavender scented bath bombs.
[referring to robbing food from the farmers market]
Benjamin Bunny: This sound a bit dodgy.
Peter Rabbit: I would never put you in danger. I promise.
[Mopsy, Flopsy and Cotton-Tail give him a skeptical look]
Peter Rabbit: Okay, I can’t promise. We’re going to go and rob this place. Are you in, or are you out?
[after Mopsy, Flopsy and Cotton-Tail get caught stealing from the farmers market]
Peter Rabbit: No! Let them go! My family is in trouble, and I’m going to get them back.
Thomas: The other rabbits were taken. And the pig and the hedgehog, and the badger?
Bea: Let’s go get the others.
Peter Rabbit: Why are you even helping me?
Thomas: It’s what a dad does.
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