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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… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/08/2011 by tommyboy97 (51 reviews written)
this is a very good film is has a weird / funny story and is very entertaining… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/01/2006 by Stunt Gerbil (65 reviews written)
Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were Rabbit may lack a little bit of the dazzle and originality of the earlier films, but it is still wonderful, and is a bit like meeting old friends.
The new twist to this film is that it is a spoof of the old fashioned horror films where the villagers are confronted by a monster and rally around.
This time it's a giant rabbit that is scoffing everyone's garden produce, due to Wallace's ill-timed experiments.
For anyone familiar with Wallace and Gromit… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/11/2005 by Timix1 (33 reviews written)
Anybody who has seen the three original animated shorts starring the cheese-loving Wallace and his silent - but considerably smarter - pooch Gromit can't help but be charmed by their antics. The characters' genuine likeability and the ingenious stop-motion claymation that brought them to life endeared them to millions around the world. Inevitably, Hollywood (in the form of Dreamworks' wunderkind Jeffrey Katzenberg) lured W&G creator Nick Park into producing big-screen fare, and the British… Read Full Review
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