Kid reviews for Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit

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Common Sense says

age 7+

Based on our expert review

Parents say

age 6+

Based on 24 reviews

Kids say

age 7+

Based on 48 reviews

age 6+
age 6+

Gromit mug

Ah yes. Wallace and Gromit. I own a Gromit mug, and he is my best friend. I take him to the park, to the beach, to the bathroom, to the shower, to school, to bed, to dinner, to the Gromit mug factory, and finally, I take him to Cairo, Egypt and make sure he gets a good view of the city each time I go. I only drink Mug root beer out my Gromit mug, however.

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Educational value
Great messages
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age 6+

Awesome

Chrysanthemum and the curse of the Were-Rabbit was an amazing show. Great animation, awesome action, likable characters, funny jokes, clever writing, and has an incredibly creative premise.
age 2+

very nice!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

very good its very holy 15/15

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age 18+

Stunning horror movie, but not for the faint of heart.

Lot's of blood and gore. The were rabbit looks horrifying and gave my cat nightmares. Watch Canadian pie instead( that movie has lot's of oral hygiene).
age 7+

Funny, sweet, and action-packed!

This is a very funny and good movie. There is some action including guns, but there is no blood or death. It is a very entertaining movie.

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Too much violence
age 6+

Genius!

Not the best thing Nick Park has done,but boy it's fun! It's really well written and much better than Madagascar. Defentilty my fav animated flim of 2005.
age 6+

without a doubt, THE GREATEST MOVIE EVER MADE IN THE HISTORY OF THE ENTIRE UNIVERSE!!!

this movie is awesome!!! absolutely TERRIFICALLY AND WONDERFULLY AMAZINGLY EPIC!!! I grew up with this movie along with some of its characters and franchise and I highly recommend it for anyone in the universe 'cause I promise that you won't dislike it at all! how can anyone not LOVE this movie???!!!??? by over infinite% it has to be the best movie ever!!! IT HAS TO BE!!! the animation has to be THE GREATEST ANIMATION EVER!!! Stop Motion Claymation may be the easiest animation too but a full-lengthed feature film entirely Stop Motion Claymated would take years to develop! I strongly appreciate they've worked so hard to get it all done! the camera quality is VERY great for its time! the models are fantastic and I like how they've made the Were-Rabbit furry and teddy-bear like compared to everyone else who's made of Plasticine Clay, this is why the Were-Rabbit's the evil monster 'cause he's not made of clay. the special effects in some scenes like the explosion is ACTION-PACKED! the cast is done well, Wallace is portrayed as being crazy, clumsy and cheese-obsessed but super-genius, and is portrayed by famous British actor Peter John Sallis (from Last of the Summer Wine). the Britishness of this movie is great for any movie! the things I hear about England make me think it's better than any other country even though I haven't even been there and don't come from there! their accent makes them sound polite whether they're even being polite or not! it also stars Helena Bonham Carter (from The Gruffalo and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory), Ralph Fiennes (from Harry Potter and Lego Batman Movie) Benjamin Whitehead (from The Pirates, A Matter of Loaf and Death and later he even replaced the voice of Wallace!) and Peter Kay who was hilarious with his jokes and humour! even in the deleted scene! it also uses the greatest noise in the universe!!! THE WILHELM SCREAM!!! this movie stands out mainly for humour, the moral is to not murder innocent cute rabbits and to listen to your friend if he's trying to tell you something and pay attention. the soundtrack is GREAT!!! it has to be the best soundtrack ever! and it's got the best theme song ever! even though it doesn't even have words! the music has been well done made to sound like a horror movie 'cause this a horror parody, but vegetarian!!! overall in conclusion, this movie is the BEST!!! I highly recommend this movie for anyone in the universe anytime! at any age or gender! I promise strongly that you'll love this with every blood cell in my vains!!! get or see this movie if you don't already have or seen it! get the soundtrack too! and all the shorts and episodes with it!!! IT'S GGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAATTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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age 7+

Gloomy and Scary

Parents should know that W&G: THE CURSE OF THE WERE-RABBIT contains some scariness and is not for sensitive kids.

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Great role models
Too much violence
age 7+

This is a good movie!

I thought this movie was for kids younger then seven, but....... Before we watched it The first time, all of my family, we thought it’s just spooky, and not actually scary, like fake scary; so, we watched it, and then my brother(who’s 6) started getting a little bit of nightmares. We eventually, figured out, it was because, there’s a part where the rabbit turns to be likeWallace, and...... I don’t want to ruin it for you so I won’t say it, but, there is also a part that Wallace grows hair everywhere, and turns like a big rabbit or monster rabbit! So my brother was scared, because, of the rabbit that turns to Wallace and says,”Cheeeeeessseeeee!!!!!”and there was a little bit violence, and yes, Scariness, but it’s still a good movie, just for older then that.

This title has:

Great messages
Great role models
Too much violence