Wallace finally hits the big screen...
A man and his loyal canine run a "friendly" pest removal company, their
cosy existence is shattered upon the arrival of a giant "were-rabbit",
who is wreaking a trail of destruction on the locals with the annual
Giant Fruit & Veg contest looming...
Wallace & Gromit have been around for it seems forever, and their
innocent adventures providing 25 minutes of entertainment to millions
every few years when Nick Park saw fit to put together one of his
painstaking hand made plasticine creations frame by frame.
The announcement of a film length version was music to the ears of
many, (including me) and it doesn't disappoint. Given that it takes
weeks to film every couple of minutes of screen time the creators have
ample time to consider the minutest details, which can be seen by those
who watch closely... and then rewatch it.
Some jokes will thankfully go over the head of the littlies, who will
quite happily watch the bunnies and the clever doggie, but aside from
Toy Story there really aren't as many adult-friendly moments in
everything else on this list than there are in Wallace & Gromit.
What you hope kids will learn: I really don't think they set out to
teach in these films.
What they'll take away: Wallace talks funny. And Gromit is very smart.
And bunnies are very cute..
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greay fun comedy.
Cracking good entertainment for the whole family!
The film starts with a very funny short featuring the Madagascar
penguins. Curse of the Were Rabbit isn't as good as the three classic
shorts, and the recent Matter of Loaf and Death, but the visual jokes
and the memorable characters delight. I particularly loved the one
about stinking cheese, and when Victor Quartermine puts the rabbit on
his head by mistake. The plot is inspired, about a were rabbit who eats
all the vegetables, and Wallace and Gromit try to stop him. The voice
talents are superb, with Peter Sallis a standout with his vocal
characterisation of Wallace, as does Ralph Fiennes as Victor. Helena
Bonham Carter also does well, but the highlight was Gromit, with his
facial expressions. The script sparkled with wit, imagination and
inspiration, and the ending had some poignancy. Technically, the film
is faultless with superb claymation. Overall, I award Curse of the Were
Rabbit 8/10. Bethany Cox.