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    Pee-wees Big Holiday

    A fateful meeting with a mysterious stranger inspires Pee-wee to take his first-ever holiday. Pee-wee decides to leave his hometown of Fairville and go to New York to celebrate Joe's birthday party, before getting caught up in wacky hijinks and trouble across the country.
    Duration: 89 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2016
    IMDb: 6.1
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  • Actors of "Pee-wees Big Holiday"

  • Characters of "Pee-wees Big Holiday"

    Pee-wee Herman. Character of Pee-wees Big Holiday
    Played by: Paul Reubens
    Mr. Murgatroyd. Character of Pee-wees Big Holiday
    Played by: Doug Cox
    Linda Brown. Character of Pee-wees Big Holiday
    Abraham Lincoln. Character of Pee-wees Big Holiday
    Played by: Robert Broski
  • Directors of "Pee-wees Big Holiday"

    John Lee. Director of Pee-wees Big Holiday
    John Lee
  • Creators of "Pee-wees Big Holiday"

    Paul Reubens. Director of Pee-wees Big Holiday
    Paul Reubens
    Birthdate: 27 August 1952, Peekskill, New York, USA
    Paul Rust. Director of Pee-wees Big Holiday
    Paul Rust
    Birthdate: 12 April 1981, Le Mars, Iowa, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "Pee-wees Big Holiday"

    Newark Star-Ledger
    March 21, 2016

    It's like one of the so-so "Muppets" movies, where you're happy to see the characters back on screen again, yet slightly impatient that they've forgotten to bring enough jokes.

    March 19, 2016

    A disappointing rehash of Pee-wee's 1985 film debut. Netflix subscribers may find it skim-worthy.

    Chicago Sun-Times
    March 18, 2016

    Pee-wee is still a startling and original and strangely endearing creation. He just deserved a funnier, more intriguing holiday.

    San Francisco Chronicle
    March 18, 2016

    After all these years - his and ours - Pee-wee Herman is still a Peter Pan who can lead us back to innocence with a corny joke or a childish jape.

    March 18, 2016

    Pee-wee doesn't come saddled with backstory, like Batman. He's more like Mickey Mouse, an icon who can become anything he wants.
    March 18, 2016

    Aside from being as funny as it is elementary, it will remind you of how this masterpiece character transcends age, and instill hope that he'll have more adventures before he can no longer leave his playhouse.
    May 31, 2016

    By its nature, this latest Pee-wee film retreads some of the same material, though in the most respectful way. That said, it does the best possible job rekindling the spirit that made Pee-wee's Big Adventure a timeless delight.
    April 11, 2016

    I laughed long and hard at Pee-wee's corny puns and throwback sensibilities, a satirical reflection of times when innuendo wasn't always intentional, but was all the funnier for it.

    April 09, 2016

    We should've had a new Pee-wee movie years ago; this one's a tad uneven, but all in all, it'll do.

    April 02, 2016

    Manages to get the most important thing right: Pee-Wee's childishly anarchic delight in all things silly and stupid
    March 31, 2016

    Has its share of absurd laughs, but it never reaches the delirious heights of whimsy that it so clearly aims for.

    New Statesman
    March 25, 2016

    The adventure which ensues has as much nuttiness as you would expect, even if it lacks the innovative governing vision that Burton brought to the original.

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