W&G: the Curse of the WereRabbit is hilarious and brilliant! Nick Parks and Aardman do their usual superb job of stop-motion animation and fabulous voice acting. My grandson (7 years old) is now hooked on W&G … was already a fan of Shaun the Sheep, now he knows where Shaun originated. Chicken Run is another great Aardman production. Didn't grab my grandson as strongly as W&G, but overall a fun watch for kids of all ages.
Chicken run is a great movie. Fun for children and entertaining for adults. "The Curse of the Were-Rabbit" was good, but I did not like it as much. I use these movies as examples in a media class for stop motion animation and we typically watch the "making of" section which describes the processes very well.
I love these movies. They are fun for kids as well as adults. They are well thought out and have a good story line. The shipping was prompt and the packaging was good. The labeling was easy for the mailman to read!! 😊
Seriously two very funny and enjoyable movies. Entertaining for young and old alike. The curse of the were rabbit they have a "dog fight" as in air plain dog fight wwII I was cracking up laughing at that part. My favorite line in chicken run is poultry in motion. Great two movies if you like comedy