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★★★★★

“One of the funniest movies I've ever seen.”

Written on: 13/06/2012 by Howler452 (4 reviews written)

This is by far one of the funniest animated movies I've ever seen in my life. I've loved clamation animation since Chicken Run and when I saw the trailers for this film I was really excited. When I saw it, I wasn't disappointed.
The story focuses around Wallace, a brilliant inventor, and his dog Gromit, who has possibly every kind of human characteristic except the ability to speak. In their town, there is an annual competition for the largest vegetable grown in the area. This causes rabbits to run wild, trying to eat all the vegetables. Wallace and Gromit created a business called Anti-Pesto which is them catching the rabbits before they eat all the vegetables. One day after catching a massive amount of rabbits from one place, Wallace gets this grand idea that maybe he can brainwash the rabbits to stop eating vegetables. During the process of the experiment, something apparently goes wrong and one of the rabbits ends up getting his head stuck to Wallace's head. After Gromit smashes the machine, they see if the idea worked and it apparently seems to have worked. The two of them go to sleep that night safe and sound. But then that same night, a large monster starts ravaging the neighborhood's vegetables, eating all of them in sight except for the larger ones which are hidden away. The next day, the local Vicar explains that the monster is a were-rabbit, which is a monster that devours all vegetables it comes across. Anti-Pesto is asked to go after this rabbit. Together, Wallace and Gromit try to discover the truth about this were-rabbit and at the same time, capture it.
Now for the humor. The comedy in this film is some of the funniest I've ever seen in my life. It involves slapstick, funny dialog, ridiculous situations and lovable characters. And all this is held together by an array of very good and talented voice actors. It also has jokes for both children and every once in a while, a joke or two for adults.
Overall, this is a really good children's film that adults can also enjoy. It'd recommended it to anyone who wants a really good laugh and loves British humor.