Wallace and Gromit; The Curse of the Were-Rabbit (2005)
If you have ever spent a frustrated Friday evening wondering what film to watch with your entire family, rent Wallace and Gromit. Clever word-play, whimsy, remarkable animation, oddball humor, and side-splitting laughter make for wholesome fun. Roger Ebert has described Wallace, an eccentric cheese-loving inventor, and his silent companion canine Gromit who cares for him, as "the two most delightful characters in the history of animation"—yes, better than Bugs Bunny, Nemo and Goofy, and "in a category of their own." In this film the duo must track down villainous bunnies who pilfer veggies at Lady Tottington's 517th annual Giant Vegetable Fete. This is the first full feature film for Wallace and Gromit, after three short films, by the British animator Nick Park. If you like quirky English humor you'll love this film.