Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit Reviews
It just feels it lacks the punch the short films had. And those I've watched more often then this. Oh well still good.
note their will be spoilers if you have NOT seen the movie
Now this movie took about 5-8 years to make I think that's crazy but I understand aside from that the story is so unique that I have probably have seen this kind of plot once and it is this movie. I love the story where it has a dark tone to the movie where it does not push it so it is a fun entertaining movie.
While aside the story, I do have some problem with the movie.
One. In some scenes, since the characters are clay I did see some finger print in some shots and that's not good. Two at they ending of the film where Wallace and Tottie if I am saying correctly, are presenting the bunny home, in one shot you see gromit taking a picture. And you see the set of that shot. So what I mean is you pretty much see real life stuff if you want to look their one outside part of the shot on the right side of you TV and on the tip two so keep an eye out for it
I mite be over reacting, BUT that's is a major NONO a set to be shown
But I love the story I like how it all came together again.
I give this film a 4/5 stars for original story heart and it's charm.
Charming animated movie, one of the many in the Wallace and Gromit series of movies and TV episodes. Sweet story, with good action and great animation.
In a world where good CGI is a given, thanks to technological advances, the animation in Wallace and Gromit movies and TV episodes is brilliant and second-to-none.
Good voice castings, with Helena Bonham Carter and Ralph Fiennes joining Peter Sallis (Wallace).
Good fun, ideal for the whole family.