Wallace & Gromit and the Curse of the Were-Rabbit
The Film: Wallace and Gromit set out to find who’s responsible for the sabotage of local gardens ahead of the annual giant vegetable growing contest.
Why Kids Love It: Kids love Gromit. The way he keeps Wallace out of trouble. Fast paced action. Simple plot. Gromit. Kids are easily amused.
Why It’s Wasted On Kids: The constant barrage of blink-and-you’ll miss sight gags. When Wallace covers his modesty with a tin emblazoned with the words ‘May Contain Nuts’. It’s genius. Verbal puns (“Welcome to my secret garden” “What’s up, Dog?”). Cinematic references. Literary allusions. Watch it when the kids are asleep.
Best Bit for Adults: It’s hard to choose just one, so here’s loads. Ay-Up Magazine (Instead of Hello) and the bookshelf of cheese-referencing books ("Brie Encounter", "Swiss Cheese Family Robinson", "East of Edam", "Grated Expectations” et al) are office favourites.
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