Yes, it's finally time to go (or return) to The Super Mario Bros. Movie. Peacock is getting the film 120 days after its April 5th debut, which sounds like a huge wait for a kids movie. Except Mario's animated adventure was a much bigger hit than the original live action Mario movie.
The highest-grossing film based on a video game ever, The Super Mario Bros. Movie has a pretty simple story. Mario (Chris Pratt) and Luigi (Charlie Day) stumble their way from New York City to the Mushroom Kingdom and its adjacent majestic worlds.
Unfortunately, a fork in the pipes splits the brothers apart, with Luigi winding up in the clutches of Koopa king Bowser (Jack Black). Mario gets the nicer trip at first, winding up in the company of helpful Toad (Keegan-Michael Key) and then meeting Princess Peach (Anya Taylor-Joy).
Of course, Bowser being Bowser, Luigi's captor only wants to track down Mario, destroy him, conquer the Mushroom Kingdom and marry Peach. She wants none of that. So, to save the day, Mario has to form alliances, including one with Donkey Kong (Seth Rogen), his first ever enemy (in the games, that is).
So, here's how to watch the Mario movie online, and the trailer too:
How to watch The Super Mario Bros. Movie from anywhere
How to watch The Super Mario Bros. Movie from anywhere on Earth
While Peacock is available all across the U.S. and trying to watch The Super Mario Bros. Movie without it can get a bit confusing. You might want to check out a VPN if you can't find it with the service you normally pay for.
How to watch The Super Mario Bros. Movie in the US
Aside from digital rental and purchase (and optical media) the only way to watch The Super Mario Bros. Movie is on Peacock. It's in the $5.99 per month in the Peacock Premium tier, but the $9.99 per month Peacock Premium Plus gives you an ad-free experience.
Can you watch The Super Mario Bros. Movie in the UK, Canada and Australia?
Americans abroad, though, can use ExpressVPN to watch on Peacock.
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