Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit” Cleans up at the 33rd annual Annie Awards
February 6th, 2006
DVD Release Feb
The soon to be
released to DVD claymation movie, “Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the
Were-Rabbit”, won in multiple categories at the 33rd
annual Annie Awards.
The Annie Awards
are to honor the best animated works in production. This is a great
win for Nick Park and Steve Box, directors of the “Wallace & Gromit:
The Curse of the Were-Rabbit”. The movie won in all of these nine
categories: best feature, directing, writing, character animation,
character design, animated effects, music, production design,
storyboarding, and voice acting.
films of Wallace and Gromit have been enjoyed for years.
The “Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit” is the first
full length movie with these characters. The awards are well earned
as the claymation was top notch, The story line had humor that both
a child as well as an adult could enjoy, without being offensive to
The story is
loosely based on the werewolf, but instead of turning into a
werewolf, there is a giant were-rabbit. It does not go into anything
to scary for the little ones, the only thing that is going to be
eaten in this movie are some vegetables.
I am one of those
fans of Wallace and Gromit, but these awards are well earned. I
dragged my family down to the theaters to see it this past fall.
The kids loved it and my husband, who isn’t much into animation,
enjoyed it. Their first full length claymation movie, “Chicken
Run”, lacked the pizzazz that this movie has. “Wallace & Gromit:
The Curse of the Were-Rabbit” is a must see movie for the whole
family. The DVD release date is tomorrow, February 7th,
don’t miss it.
Best Syndication Staff Writer
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