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OK, Fine: Let's Talk About the Food Allergy Scene in 'Peter Rabbit'

Last December, after watching Ferdinand, I had vowed to stop spending exorbitant amount of money to take my kids to see mediocre kids movies. However, the two releases since then have made it difficult to follow through on that plan...
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