The Curse of the Were-Rabbit

The Curse of the Were-Rabbit

Cheese-loving eccentric Wallace and his cunning canine pal, Gromit, investigate a mystery in Nick Park's animated adventure, in which the lovable inventor and his intrepid pup run a business ridding the town of garden pests. Using only humane methods that turn their home into a halfway house for evicted vermin, the pair stumble upon a mystery involving a voracious vegetarian monster that threatens to ruin the annual veggie-growing contest.

The movie follows Wallace and his his mute, loyal and intelligent dog, Gromit, as they set out to discover the mystery behind the garden sabotage that plagues the residents of their village and threatens an annual vegetable competition. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Rafael S (ru) wrote: pervverse, pointless and boring

Paul O (es) wrote: Awkward, embarrassing, and brightly coloured. This coming of age film / 80s teen movie is highly stylised and subdued (think Napoleon Dynamite)... But there's something that is missing that keeps it from being great.

Joel A (au) wrote: A fascinating discovery but after awhile this Documentary fails to grab your attention. Simply the amazing find of French Cave boasting drawings from thousands of years back.Some of the illustrations are extraordinarily detailed for their time & gave some insight to who was around.Three quarters in the Doco really slows down & there is an exceedingly long montage of the drawings that looses impact. It's a unforgettable find but the film itself could have been shorter.

John B (kr) wrote: Who would have though "The Big Show" could actually act! WWE does Disney...better than trying to watch Steve Austin or John Cena trying to "act". Who next? Triple H? (I know...stay tuned.)

Sheri S (de) wrote: This movie covers a lot of topics that are commonly brought up and even tackles a tough issue which most people avoid giving an answer to, or they simply do not have an answer.

Joshua L (es) wrote: great performance by Weaver and the rest of the cast aswell. very well written story aswell. funny but slow.

Al M (es) wrote: A surprisingly decent followup to the original. Pumpkinhead 2 features the guy from Hellraiser and Soleil Moon Frye in a film about a physically deformed boy's quest for vengeance against his tormentors. By no means well made or intelligent, Pumpkinhead 2: Blood Wings is still a decently entertaining supernatural slasher film.

Pavan R (kr) wrote: Funny take on the ok TV moovie

Scotty C (fr) wrote: Generally well made in the fairy tale style, it's a real shame how the relentlessly out of place soundtrack seeks to do everything in its power to ruin the experience.

Tina C (mx) wrote: The myth of Orpheus and Eurydice is one of my favorites, and this retelling is wonderful. It was beautiful and heartbreaking. And you gotta love that bosa nova.

Zoran S (us) wrote: Very good. Dwan's visual style is exciting and aggressive. I especially the love the first 5 minutes.

william m (it) wrote: Not my favorite Kevin Smith movie, the dialogue and acting seem forced at times, but tackles some pretty big sexual taboos.

Alex G (mx) wrote: This was such a shit movie, it's cut 80% of the material in the transition from book to movie, the plot literally jumped from points 3 months apart. I WANT A REMAKE!!!!!

Denis D (nl) wrote: Worst garbage rock movie I ever saw! So inaccurate, lawsuits are pending. This is more like the Ike Turner story. I knew Al Hendrix and he was a cool jazzman/entrepeneur. Nothing like how he was portrayed. I found this movie to be anti: men, woman, blacks, whites, hippies, rock and roll, musicians and the 60's itself. Why was this horrible movie even made?Why was this movie made?

Joseph C (nl) wrote: I did for a moment think this film could pull off its crazy bases going in to it, but I was wrong.

Abigail C (es) wrote: Amazing movie...though, you must see the 'Gods Not Dead 2'...its even better!