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Here's Where You Can Stream The Bad Guys At Home

Do you like bad guys breaking good? Do you enjoy talking animals? If you answered "Yes" to both of those questions, then you need to put Dreamworks' "The Bad Guys" on your radar.

The animated film, which came out in theaters on April 22, follows a nefarious group of anthropomorphic animals who commit crimes together. They manage to pursue various breaking-and-enterings, all while avoiding the police. But when Mr. Wolf (Sam Rockwell) accidentally does something good for a change, he begins to have a conflicted change of heart. Will he renounce his formerly evil ways or fall back onto bad habits?

It's the perfect movie to watch with the whole family. There's something for everyone to enjoy, with kids liking the cute critters while adults can enjoy some of the more advanced humor in the film. And in case you missed it while it was in theaters, you'll soon be able to watch it from the comfort of your home. 

The Bad Guys will be on Peacock starting on July 1

Paying for tickets and snacks for the whole family at the movie theater can get expensive quickly. It's much easier (and cheaper) to buy your own treats from your local shop and plop the kids on the couch to enjoy a film as a family. Now, you'll be able to do precisely that with one of the best-reviewed children's movies of the year when "The Bad Guys" comes to Peacock on July 1 (via Collider).

In case you're still on the fence about whether to check it out, "The Bad Guys" is certainly all-ages fun. The movie received a critics' rating of 88% on Rotten Tomatoes, with many praising it for its unique animation and sense of humor. Tiffany Babb of The Chicago Reader had this to say, "The movie is clever, playing with heist movie tropes while also presenting a dynamic, interesting, and funny tableau of animation."

And if this isn't enough to convince you to check out the movie, you can watch the trailer, which gives you all of the rundown you need for the film's plot. It's a delightful, zany adventure that's certain to keep your kids entertained for 100 minutes or so.