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The House Bunny
Shelley is a Playboy Bunny living a carefree life until a rival gets her tossed out of the Playboy Mansion. With nowhere to go, fate delivers her to the sorority girls from Zeta Alpha Zeta. Unless...  View more >

Starring Anna Faris, Kat Dennings, Katharine McPhee...  View more >

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Aug 28, 2008
"The House Bunny" is a ugly lame version of last year's film "Sydney White." For those who hadn't saw the movie, let me enlighten you. Amanda Bynes plays a daughter of a blue collar worker who goes to college and was befriended by down and out frat boys. Bynes gave and likeable performance. Comparing that movie to "The House Bunny," it's nothing more than a dumb-down version of "Sydney White." Anna Feris plays a bunny living at the Playboy mansion. One day without warning, she got kicked out of the mansion and was stuck with being a house mother to unattractive losers living in a frat house. Sounds familiar? Even the villain of the movie; a rich snob of a girl, has a familiar tone. Even Feris' character is unlikable. There's nothing to like about her character. The girls aren't any different. They're there on the big screen, only to be laughed at. One wears a brace, another jumps around like a ape. One is with baby. The rest of the girls are plain looking. The people who made this movie are downright mean. The folks at Happy Madison, don't know anything about college life. All they did is made another bad movie. Recently, Anna Feris made the cover of Playboy magazine. People are asking why Feris didn't pose nude for the magazine? After seeing this movie, she's lucky that she made front cover.
Sep 17, 2008
I'll admit... ten minutes into the movie I asked my wife if she would rather go get a pizza. However we stayed and I am really glad we did. Once I recognized the movie for what it was... a fun, light-hearted lark of a movie I really started to enjoy it.

The movie promises no deep channeled symbolism, no pending spark of enlightenment, and certainly no academy award run. Yet it does express a messsage of everyday social inequities through a certain glimpse into the lives of these characters.

Don't expect DiNero, Streep, or Hanks. However, if you can let your hair down, take life a little less seriously for a short time and make it through the first ten minutes, the rib shaking laughs are worth the effort.

Heck, Carey and Sandler built empires on movies with much less social value.

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