The story is really all over the place, but it's your only choice for an Easter Bunny movie for miles around, so expect to see this one cycled around again each spring.
| Original Score: 3/5
Director Hill, who previously combined live action and animation with the second "Garfield" film as well as "Alvin and the Chipmunks," has a way of telling a story seamlessly.
| Original Score: 4/5
Santa is SO last year.
| Original Score: 3.5/5
Kids will love Brand's frenetic drumming take on E.B., adults will love that there are a few clandestine adult jokes.
| Original Score: B
As cute and cuddly as a plush, floppy-eared rabbit despite a character some may find offensive: a Spanish-accented chick named Carlos...plotting to dethrone the Easter Bunny.
Eggcellent family fare.
Perfectly pleasant, funny, if unexceptional Easter holiday movie.
This was the first time in a long time I can remember really craving a piece of candy during a movie
The film is bright and breezy and the animation is first rate. Some of the jokes are lame, and it's more a film for younger, and less sophisticated children.
E.B. is brought to life by Brand, the CGI is seamlessly worked into the live action, and Hop is briskly paced. It's entertaining enough but ultimately disposable.
Very simple but very cute, this one's a sure hit with the littlies.
Overall, there's a Teflon quality to "Hop": it does the job, but it doesn't stick.
Fulfills the "Golden Hasselhoff" rule, which holds that any work of "art" blessed with The Hoff's presence is all the better for it.
| Original Score: 3/4
An ultra cute family film catering for the under 12 set, Hop combines live action with the colourful animated world of the Easter bunny as it tells a happy story about families, expectations and dreams
Just like its sugary setting, Hop is designed to sugar coat everything, and cynically give Easter that commercial feel normally reserved for Christmas.
Silly animated/live-action holiday comedy is fun for kids.
[The film is] infused with a demented, genuinely subversive spirit that comes straight from Russell Brand, who voices E.B.
A fun and funny mix of live action and animation that puts the hop back into Easter.
Hop integrates animated characters into live-action settings, relying on director Tim Hill to handle the logistics of convincingly blending both worlds.
Witty scripting spices up a sugary scenario, giving this fluffy family comedy some adult-pleasing bite. It ain't Shrek, but it ain't dreck either.