E.B., the Easter Bunny's teenage son, heads to Hollywood, determined to become a drummer in a rock 'n' roll band. In LA, he's taken in by Fred after the out-of-work slacker hits E.B. with his car.

Beneath Easter Island, in a giant factory that manufactures the world's Easter candy, the popular rabbit is preparing to pass the mantle to his son, E.B. However, E.B. heads to Hollywood, determined to become a drummer in a rock 'n' roll band. And it's where troubles arise. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Angelo Dean B (it) wrote: 2 Stars. Dull, predictable and very poorly written.Missing all the links to be a good film

Alex F (es) wrote: Terrible acting, not terribly good story.

Dan P (it) wrote: Excruciating to watch, I likened it to being sodomised by a pirate. Very painful, but has its moments. There are some funny moments, but most of the time I was sat thinking WTF. I was tempted to stop watching, which says a lot about it, really. Good to say youve seen it, maybe when youre drunk.

Michael W (gb) wrote: Frankly, it really is discouraging to see how many so-called professional film critics complain about product placement in their reviews of what is a thoroughly ridiculous satirical comedy. Guys, wow, you somehow missed the movie completely; that was the punchline. How much more over-the-top do you need the product placement to be to catch the sarcasm? Especially for the era in which it was made, it was timely satirical social commentary. I think Josie and The Pussycats is great, every bit as funny today as it was the first time I saw it!

Edward R (us) wrote: Chilling, eerie, and overall a very interesting look into delusion and the human desire for fame and acceptance.

Stephen S (es) wrote: Not bad per se, more mediocre, there's just really nothing noteworthy about this film. For a 90 minute movie, well over half of it is spent setting up the story, which is weak at best. I don't get it--the audience knows what kind of film this is anyway, so why do they even bother? You're not going to watch a film called Death Wish 5 for its storyline!


Maria G (gb) wrote: Yes, the film is riveting with racist and sexist execution of scenes, but it is based on a book in 1860's America. Most people who lived in the south believed their fight was the right fight. It wasn't a time of sunshine and rainbows for America. It still isn't. Minorities still suffer through injustice and we still have people defend racism and sexism. This film is a cinematic masterpiece however due to its amazing story of a struggling woman getting on her own two feet and doing it any way she possibly can to save the only thing that matters to her, Tara. It's a story that captures the willingness of its time and the amazing work to create a masterpiece of a film with its splendid cinematography and amazing acting. Its entirety is a tactful work of both Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh's acting skills. If I have anything truly negative is that Ashley's character is such an a**hole. His character is so repulsive to have lead a girl on like that while being in love with Meli is so repulsive. I believe it may be the purpose for him as Clark's antagonist. The costumes and sets were beautiful. One of the best scenes is that crane shot of the many bodies outside the hospital as Scarlet walks around looking for a doctor in mid square. Beauty of a scene and the creation of a Pan-Out shot. Hence, the film is not perfect but it is really a classic. You may not appreciate it the first few times, but after a few watches you understand its splendor and authenticity and it enter your heart.