Beneath Easter Island, in a giant factory that manufactures the world's Easter candy, the popular rabbit is preparing to pass the mantle to his son, E.B. (Russell Brand). But E.B. has no interest in the job and would rather be a drummer. He runs away to Los Angeles, where an unemployed slacker named Fred O'Hare (James Marsden) accidentally runs into him. Feigning injury, E.B. tricks Fred into giving him shelter, but an oversized chick is planning a coup back on Easter Island.
Release Date: April 01, 2011
Director: Tim Hill
Producer: John Cohen, Michele Stabile, Chris Meledandri
Cast: Hank Azaria, David Hasselhoff, Elizabeth Perkins, James Marsden, Gary Cole, Hugh Laurie, Kaley Cuoco, Chelsea Handler, Carlease Burke, Veronica Alicino, Russell Brand, Tiffany Espensen, Dustin Ybarra, Django Marsh
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My family really enjoyed this movie. I had heard some bad things about it and that it wasn't really good, however, I found myself giggling throughout the entire show and LOVED how cute the characters were. This movie was great for all three of my kids (ages 6, 9, and 10) and they seemed entertained throughout the entire show. We've added this to our collection because it'll be an Easter favorite for years to come. We thought it was great.
Parents need to know that this live-action/computer-animation hybrid Easter comedy has a positive message about reaching for your dreams. Characters occasionally use insults like "idiot," "stupid," and "freak," and there's some slapstick violence and one brief scene in which it looks like the Easter Bunny might be in trouble -- but even kids will be able to tell that everything will be OK. In one early scene, E.B. tries to get into the Playboy mansion because he thinks it's a haven for rabbits, but only adults will get the related jokes, and nothing risque is shown. Although the movie is Easter-themed, it doesn't include any references to the holiday's religious meaning (which could be a plus or a minus, depending on your family's own beliefs).Click here to read the full reviewMarch 21st, 2016 · Details
I was disappointed in this movie. It was just lacking all around in the excitement and story line. Disappointed because it was made by the makers of Despicable Me and i thought that show was wonderful.April 21st, 2011 · Details