Hop Movie Reviews
User reviews on Hop
This is a HORRIBLE movie. Neither kids or adults will enjoy it. The acting is HORRIBLE, and there is nothing special about the animation. I did not think it was possible to create a bunny I disliked, but this director did. Seriously, I was hoping and owl would swoop down, gobble up the bunny, and end the movie. I feel badly for the actors. I am sue appearing in this movie will damage their careers. Don't even watch it if it comes on tv.
i really want to know when this thing starts but other wise i want to see this thing really BADDDDD!!!!!
I really liked this animated film about an Easter Bunny who does not want follow in his father’s footsteps. My little sister really liked the film and it made her laugh so it has an A plus in my book. It had a great message to the children and the adults, to the children it told that it is o.k to be free and to be an individual and it teaches the adults to accepts their childrens’ individuality. I think that the main character E.B is adorable and funny and all the other characters are quite entertaining as well. Overall, if you have children in your life, take them to see this film and you will definitely have a good time.
Replace Alvin and the Chipmunks with the Easter Bunny, and you've got Hop. Seriously, it's as if they used the same footage and just plopped a bunny in place of chipmunks. If bunnies pooping jelly beans is your bag, you'll think this movie is high art. If not, you're in the wrong theater.
E.B. (voiced by the progressively more annoying Russell Brand) is set to take over from his dad, the Easter Bunny. But E.B. wants to be a rock drummer, because he's rebellious, and all rebellious kids want to rock. He heads off for Hollywood, where he runs into a slacker still living with his parents. They work out their issues together while the Easter Bunny sends a group of lesser bunnies to find his son. Oh, and E.B. goes on a talent show hosted by David Hasselhoff.
David Hasselhoff - the mark of a truly great film. Seriously, can you think of a movie that the Hoff was in that WASN'T a real winner. No, neither can I.
This is an animated film directed by Tim Hill about an Easter Bunny who runs away from his home. I did not like this film and I do not recommend seeing it in the theaters with your children and especially if you do not have any. The film was not really funny and I think that the message was kind of lame and outdated. The characters in the film are cute but not relatable to adults or children and the characters do not have believable relationships with each other. I have missed the sweetness and the warmth in this film.