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Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit

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United Kingdom, United States · 2005
Rated G · 1h 25m
Director Steve Box
Starring Peter Sallis, Helena Bonham Carter, Ralph Fiennes, Peter Kay
Genre Adventure, Animation, Comedy, Family

Wallace and Gromit’s pest control business is booming, but with days to go before Lady Tottington's Giant Vegetable Competition, the enterprising duo are finding it hard to to track down the mysterious beast that’s been decimating the town’s vegetable plots. Can Wallace and Gromit save the day before the snooty Victor Quartermaine gets all the glory?

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Ricardo Rico Profile picture for Ricardo Rico

Aardman always delivers when it comes to stop-motion animation, and provide lots of really impressive and satisfying visuals in this film. The animation also luckily supports really solid storytelling and jokes. The plot is surreal and absurd, and is a great set up for plenty of visual gags and set pieces.

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Park and co-helmer Steve Box stay faithful to the cozy core ingredients that made the clay duo's kudo-reaping shorts and Park's previous pic, "Chicken Run," so well loved. "Curse" delivers a wholesome morsel, happily not too cheesy, that families will nibble on as a treat.


The New York Times by Dana Stevens

The animation is a marvel - all the more so because the most demanding sequences seem almost casually tossed off. The world of Wallace and Gromit is one of the few genuinely eccentric places left in the movies, a place where lumpy, doughy characters achieve a peculiar dignity in spite of their grotesque features and the ridiculousness of their circumstances.


Village Voice by Ed Park

This latest and biggest installment is a whimsical success of a very high order: The pace never lags, the invention is incessant, and it makes you want to have a bite of cheese afterward.


Los Angeles Times by Kenneth Turan

Most of all, Wallace & Gromit retains the clever, one-of-a-kind sensibility that made its shorter predecessors so delightful. With every studio comedy looking for a formula for success, it's refreshing to find a heroically whimsical film that succeeds by following no formula known to dog or man.

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