Wallace & Gromit The Curse of the Were-Rabbit
Release Date October 7th, 2005
Nick Park and Steve Box (dir.)
Peter Sallis as Wallace (voice)
Helena Bonham Carter as Lady Tottington (voice)
Ralph Fiennes as Lord Victor Quartermaine (voice)
Nicholas Smith as Rev. Clement Hedges (voice)
Liz Smith as Mrs. Mulch (voice)
Wallace & Gromit The Curse of the Were-Rabbit Review By John C.
**** (out of four)
Since their small screen debut in 1989, audiences have loved the crazy inventions of Wallace and the sense and sensibility of his dog Gromit. In Curse of the Were-Rabbit, their big screen debut, none of the charm of the original short films is lost. It tells the story of Wallace & Gromit’s newest business venture, Anti-Pesto Humane Pest Control. They capture bunnies out of people's gardens so the pesky rabbits don’t eat their crops of giant vegetables, which they grow every year for a harvest festival in hopes of taking home the top prize of the 24 karat-carrot. But, when something goes wrong, they end up with an even bigger problem on their hands. A giant Were-Rabbit starts to ravage their crops, and this time it’s proving to be too big a job for Anti-Pesto. It is worth multiple viewings, so even if you’ve seen it before, it’s worth seeing again.