Wallace & Gromit - The Curse Of The Were-Rabbit

The best of the best! A hand-picked collection of the best, most ambitious, imaginative, absorbing and all-round excellent films.


This film has a couple of uses of mild bad language


Wallace & Gromit - The Curse Of The Were-Rabbit Rating: U 5+

4.2504 out of 5 707 Votes (Members)
85 mins

It's time for the annual Giant Vegetable Fete, and it's vitally important that the extra large carrots are protected - so Wallace and Gromit are on duty keeping hungry bunnies out of the way without harming them. Everything seems under control until the appearance of the dreaded Were-Rabbit. Will Wallace's inventions and Gromit's good sense save the day? This is the first Wallace and Gromit adventure at full movie length, but it's every bit as good as the earlier, shorter ones.

Watch our Aardman Studios Special webcast.

Review Writing Guides

Need some tips on making your reviews stand out from the crowd? Download our Primary and Secondary review writing guides and develop your own writing style.


What you say

  • they're was a contest for funniest film of the year then this film would win with flying colours.

    Thomas (12)


Viewing 1-6 of 1240 Reviews

Previous Next
  • Alex, 0

    1 out of 5
    Alex, 0
    2015-08-03 09:34:34

    Groan, groan, groan...

    I reckon you've all seen a Wallace & Gromit short once in your life.
    Be it A Grand Day Out, The Wrong Trousers, A Close Shave, Loaf
    And Death, even this.
    I love The Wrong Trousers, A Close Shave and also kinda like Loaf
    And Death.
    But with this...

    Oh my giddy aunt, what were they thinking?
    I will say the animation and the design on the models is brilliant,
    but the story.
    The story.
    Oh gosh, where do I begin? It's just messed-up with beyond a
    lack of logic, it makes no sense. You just can't follow it. There's
    so many questions in your mind that there is not an answer to;
    What does Wallace want with the rabbits?
    What's all the stuff with the vegetable competition?
    And most importantly, HOW THE HECK IS WALLACE ABLE
    If you're making a feature-length, cinema-released film, you need
    a logical plot and good characters, but this movie
    can't give them.
    Overall, The Curse Of The Were-Rabbit is receiving a....

    Drumroll please!

    No, this is a review....


  • Polly, 9

    3 out of 5
    Polly, 9
    2015-06-26 07:56:59

    I did like this film coz I have watched it at home befor but it wasent the best

  • Evie, 10

    2 out of 5
    Evie, 10
    2015-06-25 15:51:53

    I don't like this film


  • Benjamin, 8

    5 out of 5
    Benjamin, 8
    2015-06-16 12:13:26

    Very, very, very good! Very funny. I loved when the rabbits threw buns at Gromit. It was a very good adventure about a curse that was put on a man.

  • Calum, 9

    2 out of 5
    Calum, 9
    2015-06-16 10:30:52

    This film was O K but better for younger kids. It would have been better if Gromit could talk it would be easier to follow the story.

  • Ciara, 9

    2 out of 5
    Ciara, 9
    2015-06-16 10:13:31

    It wasn't a great film for me but maybe for younger children. The story was a bit slow for me. I liked the animation and I loved Sean the Sheep just not this movie. I don't like the way Gromit doesn't talk because it can be harder to follow the story.

Previous Next

To improve your experience of our website, we would like to use cookies to store anonymous information in the form of a very small text file on your computer.

You can find out more about cookies, including how to manage and delete them, in our Privacy Policy. Allow cookies

This website works best using cookies which are currently blocked. Allow cookies? Allow cookies More info Privacy Policy