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Tuesday, October 18

oooo! cheeeeese!

last night i caught Wallace & Gromit in The Curse of the Were-Rabbit and it was faboo! First of all, we were the only people in the theater, so we could bash the previews and laugh till we snorted w/o ridicule. Second, this is a really good, really cute movie. i would safely take any little kid to it, albeit, not one who's afraid of rabbits. there are a few hare-raising scenes (bwahahahaaa! i'm sooo punny!).

Wallace & Gromit have a pest-control service that is "technologically" superior and humane. they are quite busy ridding the neighborhood of veg-loving rabbits as the big Veg Fest & Competition is nigh 4 days away. when one of Wallace's experiments goes awry, a giant Were-Rabbit starts ravaging the town's prize veg to satisfy it's hunger! Can Wallace and Gromit save the day???!!!

sometimes claymation can be a bit disturbing, but Aardman does a fine job of making the characters cute & loveably bizzare. of course, there's a bit of adult humor in there - especially in the Dreamwork's shortie that follows Christmas Eve at the Penguin house in the Zoo from Madagascar (which was cute, i'll admit). look for the naked Wallace covering himself with a box that has a sticker on it: "may contain nuts" and other such innocent potty humor. my fav character is the vicar, i love how detailed the scenery is, the bunnies are freaking adorable and as always, i walked out wanting a Gromit of my own. and some cheese.

dr gonzo rating: A

5 Comments:

Blogger L McMullen said...

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hehe. :) Enjoy

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Blogger L McMullen said...

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

I saw it this weekend with my boyfriend and his kids and we all enjoyed it - hehe the rabbits were sooooo cute!! I want one! Also I loved the part where Tottie says that '...has never been very interested in my produce' while strocking too strategically placed melons - that made me laugh!

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Blogger dr. gonzo said...

thanks, missus mcmullen! ;o)

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

I want my blog to be in French too!! :-) what a great way to brush up on French though...

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