Wallace and Gromit - The Curse of the Were-Rabbit

Aardman Animations / Dreamworks

Mark Haddon

'It's a lovely family film packed with cheeky gags and buoyant fun, like the best-ever Bumper Holiday edition of the Beano, with the merest hint of Viz.'

Peter Bradshaw - The Guardian



It was with great anticipation that I went to see the first appearance of the infamous Wallace and Gromit in six years.  However, this time they weren't coming to a living room near me, but this time to the big screen.

I admit to being nervous about the film - worried for the sake of Nick Park and friends that the expectations of millions would not be met after years of hard work.  My nerves were quickly dispelled.  The charm of Wallace and Gromit carried across well to the cinema screen and the story line made for a good hour and a half of entertainment. 

Despite the rather 'terrifying' title, the film itself is full of the usual humour we have come to expect of the duo.  Additional humour is added with the wonderfully cute and terribly cheeky little rabbits which have taken over the W&G household.

Despite the involvement of Dreamworks in this production, the filmed still maintained the charm of rural England - the stately home of the rich and wealthy, tea, cheese, rabbits and of course ... vegetables!

This film is one for adults and children alike,  It's positive and cheery air could easily improve any mood.  Once definitely not to be missed.



Reviewed on 15/10/2005 by Angela


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