An Easter Bunny Puppy

Movie review by Tracy Moore, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 8+

Kids looking for cute Easter tale will be disappointed.

NR 2013 90 minutes

Parents say

age 6+

Based on 4 reviews

Kids say

age 7+

Based on 3 reviews

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age 2+

Are you kidding me?

This movie is not suitable for humans of any age. It doesn’t even deserve 1 star. Without a doubt, the worst thing I have ever seen. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with the dog or Easter. I’m not sure what it WAS supposed to be about, and judging from description, neither was the writer, producer, and director. I have honestly seen better acting at my grandchildren’s preschool Christmas pageant. Someone should be paying me for my pain and suffering. And, NO, I didn’t watch it until the end. Absolutely NO redeeming qualities. Should be used against our enemies. Guaranteed to crack even the toughest POWs
age 8+

Don't trust the cover

My 3-year old chose this DVD at our library, and it looked innocent and cute enough, featuring a puppy wearing bunny ears. The writeup on the back of the package sounds innocent enough, just mentioning that the story is about an "adorable puppy [wanting] to be the Easter bunny this year." It's all lies! The "movie" is a low-budget piece of garbage featuring adult themes, and my child is very confused about what happened to the Easter puppy movie that was promised. We watched it until about halfway through, hoping that things would change, but they didn't.

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