The Tale of the Bunny Picnic

The Tale of the Bunny Picnic

As they get ready for their annual Bunny Picnic, Bean, a young, imaginative bunny eager to help, is told he's too little. Hurt, he wanders off into the lettuce patch where he comes face to face with the grumpy old farmer's junk yard dog! Bean runs and warns the others but no one believes him. Undaunted, little Bean helps the Muppet Bunnies in a big, big way!

Bean Bunny is too small to be useful (says his brother) to help prepare for the Bunny Picnic, so he wanders off and sees a legendary persecutor of all rabbits: the farmer's dog. But nobody ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Zina M (ag) wrote: Possibly the worst film ever made. What were they thinking?

Tim C (fr) wrote: I usually groan at the prospect of watching "Look at my crazy New Yawk family" style comedies, but I enjoyed this.

Tom M (es) wrote: This is a love story with a social lesson, and that lesson added one star to my otherwise average rating of 3 stars. I really do like to see Bollywood stars and their movies promote social lessons (religious freedom, social equality, the evils of corruption, women's rights, etc.).

Seth U (mx) wrote: Part of the reason I loved this movie so much is because of the honesty behind Philip Seymour Hoffman's performance. He continues to amaze me, even after his passing. I enjoyed the theory behind the movie, but I do think they could have avoided the gangster portions of the film. All in all, a good flick, starring an amazing actor.

Jens T (de) wrote: Nikita Mikhalkov's wonderfull masterpiece, with the most loveable family: the father, the mother and the most adorable kid in the movie history. This is a happy movie though what is going to happened, and that our main character the father knows it.

Greg W (es) wrote: borderline porno borderline art

Caesar B (ru) wrote: kinda funny at times

Tim M (mx) wrote: The weakest in the Thin Man series and so thankfully the last. The mystery is the least developed in the series and the humor tries to hard. Keenan Wynn adds nice comic relief but the Thin Man series finally grows "thin" on plot by this point. Still worth the watch and there is moments but as a whole very weak.

Katherine M (br) wrote: I wish they still made movies like this. It's sweet, innocent, tremendously funny, and the talent!!! Oh the talent in this movie is bursting from the seems. Sonja Henie, a beautiful ice-skater, Glenn Miller's band!!!, and Milton Berle is hilarious!! see it and you won't be disappointed!

Cody Y (au) wrote: My favorite Christie Adaptation. I much prefer this to the boring Murder On The Orient Express.

Sandra C (it) wrote: I have never written a review before this. This movie moved me beyond words. It is a must see for anyone who has experienced cancer. If you have not experienced cancer it is still a great movie. Heartfelt, deeply moving and funny too. Samantha Morton who plays Annie Parker is excellent and her performance is as good as any I have ever seen. She will win awards for this. Helen Hunt is also very good as the scientist who discovers the breast cancer gene. Even though the characters don't really interact much they are connected throughout the film by the same goal and are both looking for the same answers. It is a very clever way of telling the story which engaged my husband and I throughout. I want to see it again!

Darrin C (jp) wrote: Very eerie with some nasty kills but also bad acting and a completely unrealistic plot. This one is unusual in that the remake was actually better!

Kenneth B (kr) wrote: The problem with True Confessions is that it is just so dull and unengaging. The great shame of it is that De Niro and Duvall are barely required to get out of their comfort zone. The result is flat and unremarkable.