Twelve-year-old Bastian Balthazar Bux had lost the wonderful imagination he had as a child somewhere between growing older, watching TV, going to school and playing with his Gameboy. But ... See full summary »
Pirate Yosemite Sam digs up a treasure chest which belongs to Bugs Bunny. Bugs boards Sam's ship and begins to heckle him. Bugs dresses as a singing mermaid, makes Sam walk the plank, and even makes Yosemite encounter a giant shark.
Warner Brothers first Bugs Bunny theatrical release since 1964, issued to commemorate Bugs' 50th anniversary. The action takes place in a massive movie theatre built over Bugs' rabbit hole. Curious, Bugs decides to see what's inside. There he meets usher Elmer Fudd, and Daffy Duck as a movie goer. Written by
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[Bugs escapes from Daffy and Elmer]
[Daffy and Elmer chase after Bugs, but Bugs spills butter all over the floor and Daffy and Elmer are slipping on the butter]
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At the end, when the usual "That's All Folks" clip is on, Daffy and Elmer burst out through the logo, still screaming after being chased by the guy with the chainsaw. Bugs pops out and says, "And that's all, Folks!" See more »
The Looney Tunes have existed for over fifty years and somewhere along the line, they lost the thing that made them so special and became, at best, tiresome. Box Office Bunny changed that. It was a return to what made Looney Tunes so great and put Bugs Bunny back in his element. Very good and highly recommended.
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