Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit

2005

Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit

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The Curse of the Were-Rabbit is a subtly touching and wonderfully eccentric adventure featuring Wallace and Gromit.

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Eccentric inventor Wallace (voice of Peter Sallis) and his faithful if often perplexed dog Gromit are back in their first feature-length adventure from animator Nick Park. Wallace and Gromit have launched a new business venture just in time for a major gardening competition in their neighborhood of West Wallaby. "Anti-Pesto" is a humane pest-relocation service in which Wallace and Gromit capture rabbits and other critters who have been eating the produce from local gardens and give them new homes somewhere else. Business has been going well, and when the woman hosting the garden show, Lady Tottington (voice of Helena Bonham Carter), discovers a massive tribe of rabbits has been making a mess of her garden, she calls in Wallace and Gromit to move the bunnies elsewhere. Wallace is quite taken with Lady Tottington, but he's not the only one -- Victor Quartermaine (voice of Ralph Fiennes) is a slick but arrogant upper-class type who wants to win Lady Tottington's hand (and fortune) and is convinced he can do a better job capturing the rabbits than Wallace. However, Wallace's attempts to brainwash the rabbits away from veggies using his latest invention has disastrous results, and soon Wallace has to deal with a beastly bunny as well as a heavily-armed Quartermaine. Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit followed Park's previous film with the duo, A Close Shave, by ten years, and was produced after Park broke through to mainstream success with the feature Chicken Run.

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Cast

Peter Sallis
as Wallace/Hutch
Ralph Fiennes
as Victor Quartermaine
Helena Bonham Carter
as Lady Campanula Tottington
Peter Kay
as PC Mackintosh
Clement Nicholas Smith
as Reverend Hedges
Nicholas Smith
as Rev. Clement Hedges
Liz Smith
as Mrs. Mulch
John Thomson
as Mr. Windfall
Mark Gatiss
as Miss Blight
Vincent Ebrahim
as Mr. Caliche
Geraldine McEwan
as Miss Thripp
Edward Kelsey
as Mr. Growbag
Dicken Ashworth
as Mr. Mulch
Robert Horvath
as Mr. Dibber
Peter Atkin
as Mr. Crock (Voice)
Pete Atkin
as Mr. Crock
Noni Lewis
as Mrs. Girdling
Ben Whitehead
as Mr. Leaching
Christopher Fairbank
as additional voice
James Mather
as additional voice
William Vanderpuye
as additional voice
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Audience Reviews for Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit

½

Just as Young Frankenstein riffed on the old Universal films with a dollop of love on the side, so too does this Aardmann Studio release homage many of the old classics with humor and affection. There's a monster on the loose that must be stopped ... can our lovable heroes get the job done in time? Rewatchable in the extreme.

Kevin M. Williams
Kevin M. Williams

Super Reviewer

a brilliant idea for a wallace and gromit film

Michael Edwards
Michael Edwards

Super Reviewer

½

As in the original shorts, the little details are what makes Wallace & Gromit's full length movie so much fun to watch. It's 'imported' humor may not be for everyone, and some of its gags may seem very odd for those unfamiliar with the history of the characters, Wallace & Gromit is pretty much exactly what would happen if everyone at Pixar suddenly became very, very British.

Sam Barnett
Sam Barnett

Super Reviewer

½

British cartoon comes across well on big screen, daughter enjoyed it more than me.

John Manard
John Manard

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