The Christmas Bunny tells the story of a lonely foster child (Sophie Bolen) who finds a lost, injured rabbit in the woods on Christmas Eve. The rabbit is nursed back to health by The Bunny ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Christmas Bunny
The Christmas Bunny is the story of a Michigan family, facing tough economic times, who take in a withdrawn foster child, Julia (Sophie Bolen). Convinced she's unlovable, Julia dreams of ...
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Kevin V (kr) wrote: what a waste of time. It sucked
Libby A (mx) wrote: i love it purely for the lameness.
Brian P (gb) wrote: Waste of TIME!! Very Weak movie, DO NOT WATCH, if you do end up watching it, side effects may include: Suicide, murder ramapages, road ramapage, any kinds of ways of harming yourself, and many others...
Timothy S (de) wrote: You know right away from Spike Lee's involvement in it that "Tales From the Hood" will not be your typical horror film. It's an anthology film with a twist, as each of the four stories are also something of a morality tale dealing with various social issues, and the end result is surprisingly effective. Clarence Williams III is clearing having the time of his life in the wrap-around segment, and even that ends on a satisfying note with a nifty twist at the conclusion. The first story is fairly ordinary tale of revenge, but it's also fun and well told even if there are no surprises along the way, and the same can be said about the second one but I liked it all the same as well. It gives David Alan Grier the rare chance to play a serious role, and he does a decent job. Once again, everything is familiar but I enjoyed watching it unfold. The third segment was by far my favorite, with Corbin Bernsen as a racist politician under siege from various slave dolls. The special effects are surprisingly good, and the story itself is a mix or urban legend and social commentary. The final segment is frankly the least effective but also easily the most disturbing. It's an urban riff on "A Clockwork Orange", and while that sets the bar almost unattainably high, it gets points for taking itself seriously and having something to say about gang violence. In fact, kudos should be given all around to writer/director Rusty Cundieff for making a serious horror film where "Tales From the Hood" could have very easily been a campy mess. It's not perfect, but it is a valiant effort.
Brett W (us) wrote: Lacks the splendor/nudity of the first one. LOL
Gail W (fr) wrote: Really liked this one - I went to the dentist and my mouth was completely numb when I went to see this one - it was hard to laugh but I still made an effort to do so - Like this one a lot.
Nathan B (ru) wrote: Personally, one of Adam Sandler's greatest. We grew up with this movie, and never got tired of it. Remember seeing certain scenes for the first time, and then you rewind it (yes, we had VHS, NOT DVD or Blu-Ray) to confirm that he really did say that? I remember when he said "You get your ass out there and you find that f**kin' dog!!!", my parents, my brother and I burst out laughing after the second time of hearing it, as the first time we were shocked, LOL! The musical score isn't too bad about 2/3 through the movie, though the rest of the music is of course early to modern heavy metal/rock. The plot is of course silly, but it works, and Adam Sandler does a great job in shelling out a great feel good comedy, with humorous outbursts! STOP LOOKING AT ME, SWAN!!! If you haven't seen it, you should! It has the dad from "A Christmas Story (Darrin McGavin)" if that appeals to you, or not...all in all, a great movie!
Adam A (de) wrote: "Source Code" is that unusual type of psychological movie that comes decades apart, and with the idea of spicing up the race against time genre, you thought was done to death, you get a refreshingly thrilling ride together with some authentic performances by its appealing leads.
Bradley W (ag) wrote: The Spectacular Now crosses the intersection of circumstance and consequence with indecent elegance.