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Wallace and Gromit DVD Review

Wallace and Gromit hit the big screen in Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit.
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The loveable duo, Wallace and Gromit, have finally hit the big screen in Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit. Read on for Kidzworld's review of this cool claymation flick!

Wallace & Gromit - Anti-Pesto to the Rescue!

Wallace, a cheese-loving inventor, and Gromit, his faithful and intelligent dog who doesn't speak, have started a pest control business that protects people's gardens from pesky rabbits. As the annual Giant Vegetable Festival approaches, business is booming for Wallace and Gromit but they have a problem - they're running out of cages to store all the rabbits they've captured! So, Wallace comes up with an idea to brainwash the bunnies into thinking they don't like veggies. Unfortunately, things don't go according to plan and he accidentally creates the Were-Rabbit under the light of the full moon!

Wallace & Gromit - Attack of the Giant Bunny

With the monstrous rabbit - who has an immense craving for all things vegetable - on the loose, Wallace and Gromit are hired to catch it and save the competition, which is just around the corner. But that's easier said than done! The rest of the flick shows one hilarious scene after another of Wallace and Gromit chasing the monster. Think they'll be able to capture the King Kong-sized rabbit before it destroys the town's festival?


Wallace & Gromit - DVD Features

If animation is something that interests you, the features on the Wallace & Gromit DVD will be right up your alley. There are tons of great behind-the-scenes extras that go into depth on how this claymation flick was made. There are also some seriously fun games and activities to play!


Wallace & Gromit - Bottom Line

Even though they're just a couple lumps of clay, Wallace and Gromit are two of the silliest and goofiest characters around! It's a funny and action-packed movie for the whole family, so make sure you check it out!


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    I Love Wallace & Gromit c:
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    Yea XD
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