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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 …
reviewed Wallace & Gromit: A Matter of Loaf an.... October 24, 2010
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Wallace & Gromit: A Matter of Loaf and Death
   I think what impressed me most about A Matter of Loaf and Death was the simple fact that it came out mere three years after the largely successful Where-Rabbit film (which itself came out …
reviewed Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the We.... October 24, 2010
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   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 …
reviewed Wallace & Gromit in Three Amazing Adv.... October 23, 2010
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   My journey to W&G fandom is a rare path indeed, beginning with my acquisition of the Ardman/ DreamWorks collaboration feature film Flushed Away.  It was scooped up in a binge purchase …
posted a Quick Tip about Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the We.... October 07, 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.
posted a Quick Tip about Wallace & Gromit. September 30, 2010
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Lovely cheese! I first watched Wallace & Gromit with one of my cousins and we fell in love. What a fun series!
posted a Quick Tip about www.wallaceandgromit.com. September 28, 2009
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A great place to get all the Wallace & Gromit news you could ever want to know. Fun & silliness abounds in Aardman's Plasticine wonderland.
reviewed Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the We.... December 18, 2008
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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.   …
reviewed Wallace & Gromit in Three Amazing Adv.... December 18, 2008
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In 1989, Nick Park partnered with Aardman Animation and released a twenty-five minute short film that created a worldwide phenomenon. It featured as its protagonists an eccentric inventor, named Wallace …
reviewed Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the We.... March 18, 2007
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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 …
reviewed Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the We.... July 23, 2006
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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." …
reviewed Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the We.... June 27, 2006
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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 …
reviewed Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the We.... May 27, 2006
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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, …
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