PEPPA PIG: THE EASTER BUNNY REVIEWED
“Peppa Pig: The Easter Bunny” reminded me of something. I need to keep better track of what kid watches what show. When you have two kids at the same age and one likes violent stuff and one likes super kiddie stuff…there is going to be a taste discrepancy. While I waited for them to sit through 12 episodes of semi-Easter related goodness, I came to realize another thing. I don’t think my kid likes Peppa Pig. Sure, she has the socks and other decorative things, but I don’t think she enjoys the character.
While I watched the piglet learn about Easter and frolicking with the Holiday Rabbit, I got the distaste. There’s not a ton of personality in a character who kinda just vocalizes the action onscreen. It’s not Caillou bad, but I get why it doesn’t work for all kids. Take that for what you will and decide if it’s something you want to spring on your kids. Also, what’s up with the Pig dad’s weird beard? Are they mocking someone with that mess? Is it a sly piece of British humor that eludes me?
- 1.78:1 standard definition transfer
- Dolby 2.0
RELEASE DATE: OUT NOW!
- Video - 86%86%
- Audio - 86%86%
- Show Score - 88%88%
The Plot Thus Far
EASTER BUNNY features 12 spring time Peppasodes– including Easter Bunny, Spring, Peppa & George’s Garden, Miss Rabbit’s Day Off and more. Join Peppa on Easter Day when she gets a visit from the Easter Bunny! Then go on a chocolate egg hunt in Spring. Next plant some seeds from Grandpa Pig in Peppa & George’s Garden! And then, help out and enjoy some ice cream on Miss Rabbit’s Day Off. Kids will love watching and laughing with Peppa in these spring time adventures.