Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit
Academy Award® Winner
It's 'vege-mania' in Wallace and Gromit's neighborhood, and our two enterprising chums are cashing in with their humane pest-control outfit, "Anti-Pesto." With only days to go before the annual Giant... View more >
Starring Helena Bonham Carter, Peter Sallis, Ralph Fiennes... View more >
Oscar Winner for Best Animated Feature Film of the Year
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I admit I'm biased...W&G rock! If you are already one of the faithful, you won't be disappointed. If you've never seen W&G, GO. And bring any kids you can.
Aardman animation does it again. With the primitive use of claymation, this movie has action sequences as gripping as the "real" thing. But where so many other animated features fall short is writing. Curse of the Were-Rabbit actually manages to have a story, and great humor. Wall-to-wall puns, one liners and some great double-entendres all help to make Curse one of the best movies I've see this year.
Wallace and Gromit are new to the big screen. Nick Park mande three shorts in the 1990's all earing Oscar wins for Best Animinated Short. Now with "Wallace and Gromit in the Curse of the Were-Rabbit," this is their first feature length film and they are as charming as ever. Wallacne who likes cheese and talks alot and Gormit who barely talks at all are after a were-rabbit who attack veggies in sight. I enjoy the theme music to the movie. Kids will like this movie, but adults like me will like it even more. this is the second stop-motion animation in the last two weeks after "Tim Burton's Corpse Bride." Despiter the recent tragedy in London, I hope Nick Park and the rest of the anaimation tean can get back together again to make a new Wallace and Gromit movie. The world needs them more than ever.
I never saw any W&G episodes before but I thought this movie was pretty good. The clamation was cool. There was quite a bit of humor in this movie. It's not as humorous as Shrek but it was just suttle British humor. This is a great movie for kids and adults to see.
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