Mr. Peabody & Sherman (2014)

9/12/2014 11:15:00 AM


Mr. Peabody & Sherman is a 2014 American comic science fiction movie produced by DreamWorks Animation and distributed by 20th Century Fox. The movie features the voices of Ty Burrell as Mr. Peabody, Max Charles as Sherman, Ariel Winter as Penny Peterson, and the likes. The story of the movie is about the time-travelling adventures of an intelligent talking dog and his adopted son as they try to fix a time rift that they have created out of accident. Mr. Peabody, a talking canine, was known as the smartest being on Earth. He adopted Sherman whom he found on the street in a little box. Sherman was raised solely by Mr. Peabody and he gained plethora of knowledge through his godfather. In his house, Mr. Peabody owned a time machine called WABAC and he used to travel to the past with Sherman and taught him a lot of historical events. When Sherman went to primary school, he outshine amongst his classmates and one of his classmates, Penny Peterson was filled with jealousy. Later, she teased Sherman as dog since his godfather was one and poor Sherman could not bear with the name-calling. Hence he did the unexpected thing; Sherman bit Penny. As a result, Mr. Peabody was called to the principal room and was told that he has to invite Peterson's family to his home and apologise to them. Also, the social welfare worker was assigned to access Mr. Peabody's way of raising Sherman. When the Petersons arrived, Mr. Peabody told Sherman to get along with Penny. Little did he knew, Sherman accidentally revealed the WABAC to Penny and they even used it to travel to the past which create a time rift. Sherman then asked Mr. Peabody's help to save Penny as well as fix the problem! In my opinion, this movie is about the bond between a father and his son. In the end, Sherman portrayed his love for his father and their relationship was getting better than ever as the days passed by. What do you think about this movie? Feel free to share your comments below! Till then, au revoir! :)

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