Hop

Hop

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Hop

A family comedy about the Easter Bunny (voiced by Russell Brand), from the director of Alvin and the Chipmunks. Blending animation with live action, Hop tells the story of Fred (James Marsden), an out-of-work slacker who accidentally injures the Easter Bunny and must take him in as he recovers.

2011Rating: G95 minsUSA
AnimatedComedyKids & Family
Director:
Tim Hill ('Alvin and the Chipmunks', 'Garfield: A Tale of Two Kitties', 'Muppets from Space')
Writer:
Cinco PaulKen DaurioBrian Lynch
Cast:
Russell BrandKaley CuocoElizabeth PerkinsJames MarsdenChelsea HandlerTiffany Espensen
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Variety

Variety

press

Why rock, rather than hip-hop, is anybunny's guess, though either way, the basic overnight-sensation pop-star fantasy will surely appeal to a demographic weaned on "American Idol."

0
TVNZ

TVNZ

press

Even with a cameo from the Hoff (which has more cheese on it than he likes on his burgers), it's one which the parents may find a little difficult to sit through. The kids however, will love it.

0
Total Film

Total Film

press

Witty scripting spices up a sugary scenario, giving this fluffy family comedy some adult-pleasing bite. It ain’t Shrek, but it ain’t dreck either.

2.0
0
The New York Times

The New York Times

press

Hop is innocuous, though occasionally annoying and also, less expectedly, occasionally funny. Both types of occasions are mostly provided by Russell Brand, who specializes in collapsing the distinction between the exasperatingly silly and the charmingly naughty.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Hop delivers plenty of wit, verve and surreal mayhem to entice even the post-adolescent crowd into this jolly (and strangely Christmas-like) Easter egg hunt.

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Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

press

The bunny-gets-injured, slacker-saves-Easter plotline doesn't pack too much predictability but Brand does his best with the material and it's cute enough for kids.

2.0
0

What a lovely little film nothing offensive and a good old fashioned family film that every one can enjoy from the young to the old a new Twist on the story of the Easter bunny loved it

4.0
0

good old fashionable movie with a cute story

4.0
0

Was an OK movie. Not too predictable and there were a few good laughs.

3.0
0

It's probably the fact this movie is targeted at very young children that I found it to be completely boring - however I have a huge collection of 'kids' movies at home which I enjoy hugely, so do many other adults I know. The movie was pretty bad in my own opinion. Completely agree with what 'SKIPPERLEE' said in their title! HA I hope I never have to watch...

1.0
0

I honestly wasn't expecting much from this film - a kid's film, plus an Easter film... I thought that the combination would be cliched, but this was just brilliant!! The plotline, and the characters - credit to the wonderful voices - were just brilliant, and the special effects were marvellous - the bunnies looked so real! Definitely not just for the kids,...

5.0
0

That's my kids rating, they said it was the best they've seen all year!!!! lol

5.0
0

It's an age old story. Young child, usually male, is being groomed to take over in his father's footsteps, most often involving the family business. And he doesn't want too. He has dreams of his own and trying to achieve that aim is a rite of passage. This time, the 'boy' in question is EB the rabbit and he doesn't want to be the Easter Bunny. He wants to...

2.0
0
Variety

Variety

press

Why rock, rather than hip-hop, is anybunny's guess, though either way, the basic overnight-sensation pop-star fantasy will surely appeal to a demographic weaned on "American Idol."

0
TVNZ

TVNZ

press

Even with a cameo from the Hoff (which has more cheese on it than he likes on his burgers), it's one which the parents may find a little difficult to sit through. The kids however, will love it.

0
Total Film

Total Film

press

Witty scripting spices up a sugary scenario, giving this fluffy family comedy some adult-pleasing bite. It ain’t Shrek, but it ain’t dreck either.

2.0
0
The New York Times

The New York Times

press

Hop is innocuous, though occasionally annoying and also, less expectedly, occasionally funny. Both types of occasions are mostly provided by Russell Brand, who specializes in collapsing the distinction between the exasperatingly silly and the charmingly naughty.

0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Hop delivers plenty of wit, verve and surreal mayhem to entice even the post-adolescent crowd into this jolly (and strangely Christmas-like) Easter egg hunt.

0
Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

press

The bunny-gets-injured, slacker-saves-Easter plotline doesn't pack too much predictability but Brand does his best with the material and it's cute enough for kids.

2.0
0

What a lovely little film nothing offensive and a good old fashioned family film that every one can enjoy from the young to the old a new Twist on the story of the Easter bunny loved it

4.0
0

good old fashionable movie with a cute story

4.0
0

Was an OK movie. Not too predictable and there were a few good laughs.

3.0
0

It's probably the fact this movie is targeted at very young children that I found it to be completely boring - however I have a huge collection of 'kids' movies at home which I enjoy hugely, so do many other adults I know. The movie was pretty bad in my own opinion. Completely agree with what 'SKIPPERLEE' said in their title! HA I hope I never have to...

1.0
0

I honestly wasn't expecting much from this film - a kid's film, plus an Easter film... I thought that the combination would be cliched, but this was just brilliant!! The plotline, and the characters - credit to the wonderful voices - were just brilliant, and the special effects were marvellous - the bunnies looked so real! Definitely not just for the...

5.0
0

That's my kids rating, they said it was the best they've seen all year!!!! lol

5.0
0

It's an age old story. Young child, usually male, is being groomed to take over in his father's footsteps, most often involving the family business. And he doesn't want too. He has dreams of his own and trying to achieve that aim is a rite of passage. This time, the 'boy' in question is EB the rabbit and he doesn't want to be the Easter Bunny. He wants...

2.0
0