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The 2005 film directed by Nick Park, about the continuing adventures of the zany inventor and his faithful dog.

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  • Oct 7, 2010
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Always entertaining, our animated hereos really deliver in their first feature length film. Stands up to repeat viewings and entertains the whole family.
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review by . October 24, 2010
posted in Movie Hype
Nothing Short of a Jolly Good Romp
   Well it was only natural after enjoying Wallace and Gromit in Three Amazing Adventures to become a little more than interested (okay, obsessed) with learning more about 2005’s Curse of the Where-rabbit.  Not only are we talking about the first feature-length film for this duo, but we’re also talking the first time the British inventor and his silent dog were set to be released to the United States in theatrical glory. Yes this one here, which came out exactly 10-years …
review by . May 14, 2011
And on a book shelf, Fromage to Eternity
That cheese-loving, dim-witted inventor Wallace and his long-suffering, resourceful mutt Gromit made a great transition from 30 minute shorts to an 85 minute feature. The Curse of the Were-Rabbit is one of the funniest, slyest and most innocent comedies around, and one of the most action-filled, too.       Wallace and Gromit run a pest control business. People have hired them to catch all the bunnies that are chomping up their vegetables. This is vital because the annual …
review by . December 18, 2008
In the annals of film history there have been many great comedic duos: Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy, Bud Abbott and Lou Costello, Walter Matthau and Jack Lemon... but now come Wallace and Gromit.      In The Curse of the Were-Rabbit, Wallace (voiced by Peter Sallis) and Gromit are taken to new levels of sophistication. The animation has become more polished and the story is more complex. All of these components are utilized to bring Wallace and Gromit to the big screen in …
review by . March 18, 2007
posted in Movie Hype
Pros: Great clay animation movie with funny scenes that the whole family can enjoy     Cons: May be a little scary for younger kids     The Bottom Line: Great movie for the whole family despite a few scenes that may slightly scare young kids. Full of humor for all.     Plot Details: This opinion reveals minor details about the movie''s plot. This movie is great for all ages, especially for young kids and parents to watch together, although …
review by . July 23, 2006
posted in Movie Hype
As expected, the return of Wallace and Gromit was well-worth the wait! The claymation is even more incredible than in the earlier short features, and the plot is much more clever than in "Chicken Run." Wallace and all of his amazing inventions are in full force, and his dog, Gromit, is always ready to assist. Their efforts to provide a humane way to rid neighboring gardens of pesty (and hungry!) rabbits is a nice contrast to all the violent solutions to problems that pervade most films. Wallace …
review by . June 27, 2006
I was very surprised that I sat through this movie! When I first saw the previews to this I wasn't to enthuse to see it even the kids, unless they haven't notice it as much. I don't know what I was complaining about. The Clay Animation was by far the most interesting format of animation I've ever seen. I'll admit that the whole idea of a Were-Rabbit is ab-it unbelievable and ab-it childish, but Nick Park adds substance to it which what makes everyone love it. I mean, there won't be a 10 foot rabbit …
review by . May 27, 2006
Few movies come along that are great for both adults, teens, kids, guys and gals. Even fewer come along that combine the various types of comedy that exist; slapstick, situation humor, dry British humor, toilet humor, etc... This movie does both. Wallace and Gromit are our two protagonists; a human and his dog. Wallace faces off with Victor Quartermaine, an over-testosteroned, under-haired, alpha male hunter, in a competition for the heart of Lady Tottington. The contest: keeping the town safe from …
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A decade after their last hilarious short, the Oscar-winningA Close Shave, Claymation wonders Wallace and Gromit return for a full-length adventure. Daffy scientist Wallace (voiced by Peter Sallis) and his heroic dog Gromit are doing well with their business, Anti-Pesto, a varmint-hunting outfit designed to keep their English town safe from rabbits chomping on prized vegetables. Wallace meets Lady Tottington (Helena Bonham Carter), who appreciates Wallace's humane way of dealing with rabbits (courtesy of the Bun-Vac 6000), and sets up a rivalry with the gun-toting Victor Quartermaine (Ralph Fiennes, enjoying himself more than ever). Creator Nick Park, with co-director/writer Steve Box, delivers a story worthy of the 85-minute running time, although it stretches the act a bit; the formula plays better shorter, but the literally hand-crafted film is a joy to watch. Taking a chapter from classic horror films, a giant were-rabbit is soon on the prowl, and the town is up in arms, what with the annual vegetable contest close at hand. (Anyone who's seen the previous three shorts knows who saves the day.) Never content to do something simply when the extravagant will do, W&G's lives are filled with whimsical Rude Goldberg-style devices, and the opening number showcasing their alarm system is pure Aardman Animation at its finest. Even though there's a new twist here--a few mild sight gags aimed at adults--this G-rated film will delight young and old alike as Park, ...
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Director: Nick Park, Steve Box
Genre: Adventure, Animation, Comedy, Family
Release Date: October 5, 2005
MPAA Rating: G
DVD Release Date: February 7, 2006
Runtime: 82 minutes
Studio: Aardman Animation, Dreamworks
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