Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit

by Richard on October 27, 2005

The Curse of the Were-Rabbit: what can I say? It’s genius.

But I’d love to know what was said in a deleted message on the IMDB forum headed “this movie is evil and against Christ”. What can they have meant?

{ 8 comments… read them below or add one }

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Jen 10.27.05 at 7:23 pm

i thought it was fantastic too! How is it against Christ? Thats rubbish! it encourages harmless ways of dealing with pests - surely Christ wouldn’t want rabbits to be shot, just for trying to eat food?

2

Rob Smith 10.27.05 at 10:28 pm

Well, according to the review at the ChildCare Action Project:

Wallace and Gromit in the Curse of the Were-Rabbit starts off appearing much like the also British films of Harry Potter with a flair that reeks of sorcery and witchcraft. But I guess that was to set the mood expected of the unholy nature of lycanthropy.

Not to mention the sex and violence…

3

John 10.28.05 at 4:32 am

An ugly smear against rabbitkind.

4

Eugene McKinnon 10.28.05 at 4:41 am

It’s a movie. I wish people would lighten up. I had a flock of chickens over the summer and watched Chicken Run without getting uptight over the underlying “animal rights” message the movie ‘could’ or ‘may’ have advocated. Although sometimes I think my chickens were organised.

I would love to see Wallace and Grommit Curse of the Were-Rabbit. I could use the laugh.

5

John 10.28.05 at 12:26 pm

Actually, I was joking. It’s part of my schtick.

6

Beth 10.28.05 at 1:55 pm

I’m dead set against this film since last night, when I had a nightmare about being attacked by a rabbit with oversized fangs. Really, I’m not kidding!

:)

7

Bene D 10.28.05 at 5:08 pm

Just went over to CCAP.
Now that’s scary.:^)

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Eugene McKinnon 10.29.05 at 3:49 pm

Beth have you been watching Donnie Darko again?

Eugene

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