Wallace and Gromit have remained a favourite with the short films, and this is the first full length feature. All I can say is, wow. I could not stop laughing throughout the movie, and there are never any parts you want to skip over. The Curse of the Were Rabbit keeps you rolling in your seat with it's humour, spoofs, and the ever classic characters of Wallace and his lovable pooch Gromit.
The story is about (of course) Wallace and Gromit, and this time they've started Pesto, a Anti Pest control team. They live in a quaint town, with an annual vegetable competition held by the Lady Tottington. Pesto protects the town from the population of rabbits in the area. Their newest customer becomes none other than Lady Tottington (Tottie), and her hilarious "boyfriend". Of course, as the story goes on, the Wererabbit eventually steps into play, and must be taken care of before the vegetable competition is cancelled or ruined!
You have to keep your eyes open for detail throughout the movie, because it is filled with little jokes and background things, which make you laugh all the harder.
It's a great movie for all ages, and one that I think will be difficult to get sick of watching.