Wallace And Gromit In The Curse Of The Were-Rabbit

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(out of 5)


Your favourite adorable claymation heroes are back, and this time they’ve been given their very first feature film. Clever inventor Wallace and his ever-talented dog Gromit run a successful business ridding their neighbours of pesky rabbits who threaten their vegetable gardens. Wallace and Gromit’s township is having a festival of giant vegetables in a matter of days, and it is very important to the citizens that their pet projects remain untouched, which is where the duo’s humane (i.e. they don’t kill the bunnies) operation proves useful.  After Wallace experiments with his mind-influencing machine on one of his bunny prisoners, he ends up creating a giant monster that terrorizes the neighbourhood’s backyards every time the full moon appears in the sky. is adorable as the aristocratic hostess of the festival who is also the apple of Wallace’s eye, while  gets quite a few chuckles as the dastardly bunny-killing rival who doesn’t believe in humane pest control. Superbly animated, with a terrific screenplay and marvelous direction that lives up to the success of the very popular, Oscar winning short films.


Aardman Animations, DreamWorks Animation

United Kingdom, 2005

Directed by ,

Screenplay by Steve Box, Nick Park, , , based on characters created by Nick Park

Cinematography by ,

Produced by , , Nick Park, ,

Music by

Production Design by

Film Editing by , ,

Academy Awards 2005

Las Vegas Film Critics 2005.  

New York Film Critics Awards 2005.  

Online Film Critics Awards 2005.  

 Phoenix Film Critics Awards 2005.  

Toronto International Film Festival 2005

Washington Film Critics Awards 2005.  

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