Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit

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Wallace and his loyal dog, Gromit, set out to discover the mystery behind the garden sabotage that plagues their village and threatens the annual giant vegetable growing contest.


  • Peter Sallis
  • Ralph Fiennes
  • Helena Bonham Carter
  • Peter Kay
  • Nicholas Smith
  • Liz Smith
  • John Thomson
  • Mark Gatiss
  • Vincent Ebrahim
  • Geraldine McEwan

Did You Know?


  • Took five years to make. Production started not long after the release of Chicken Run (2000), Aardman Studio's previous stop-motion film that got distributed by DreamWorks.
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  • When the neon carrot sign falls on the hood of the Anti-Pesto van, a big piece of the sign is missing. When the Were-Rabbit bursts through the window of the vegetable shop, the sign now has an even bigger piece missing.
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    • [over the phone]
    • Lady Tottington: It's a disaster. I have the most terrible rabbit problem. The competition's only days away. You simply have to do something.
    • Wallace: Certainly, M'um.
    • [Aside, to Gromit]
    • Wallace: I think we're about to go up in the world, lad.
    • [Back on phone]
    • Wallace: Just stay right where you are, Your Ladyship, and we'll be with you in an...
    • [hits the control panel and gets dragged up through the ceiling]
    • Wallace: Ahhhh!
    • Lady Tottington: In an hour? But I can't wait an hour. I have a major infestation. Hello? Hello?
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The movie rolls merrily along with slapstick action and whimsical characters.

Metacritic review by Kirk Honeycutt
Kirk Honeycutt
The Hollywood Reporter

This is more than just the best animated comedy of the year--it's the best comedy of the year, period.

Glenn Kenny

The giddiest and funniest animated film of the year.

Metacritic review by Lawrence Toppman
Lawrence Toppman
Charlotte Observer