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Looney Tunes: Rabbits Run (2015)

Not Rated | | Animation, Adventure, Comedy | 7 July 2015 (USA)
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Lola Bunny invents a perfume with the adverse effect of turning people invisible, sending her and cab driver Bugs Bunny on the run from the FBI, while another shady group seeks the formula.


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Credited cast:
Fred Armisen ... Speedy Gonzales (voice)
Bob Bergen ... Porky Pig (voice)
Jeff Bergman ... Bugs Bunny / Daffy Duck / Foghorn Leghorn / Pepé Le Pew (voice)
Jess Harnell ... Tosh Gopher / Pete Puma (voice)
Damon Jones ... Marvin the Martian (voice)
Maurice LaMarche ... Yosemite Sam (voice)
Rob Paulsen ... Mac Gopher (voice)
Ariane Price ... French Woman / Perfume Girl (voice)
Rachel Ramras ... Lola Bunny (voice)
Jim Rash ... Cecil Turtle (voice)
Michael Serrato Michael Serrato ... Giovanni Jones (voice)
Billy West ... Elmer Fudd (voice)


Lola Bunny is a perfume saleswoman who perfects her own fragrance thanks to the introduction of a rare flower provided by her landlord, Speedy Gonzales, which, unfortunately, the military also wants. Lola meets misanthropic cab driver Bugs Bunny, who longs for anonymity, only to be thrust into the spotlight when he and Lola both end up on the FBI's most wanted list, hunted by federal agent Elmer Fudd. What neither Lola or Bugs know is that the flower in the perfume turns people and objects invisible. Written by Alan Smithee

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7 July 2015 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Bolondos dallamok: nyúlfutam See more »

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Warner Bros. Animation See more »
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Near the end of the movie, as they chase Bugs & Lola through Mars and they go up the elevator. Giovanni is the last seen character getting on the elevator, but the elevator floor is missing, so he appears to be standing on thin air for a few seconds before it re-appears. See more »


References Duck Amuck (1953) See more »


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Run Lola (and Bugs) Run
28 November 2017 | by rocketXpertSee all my reviews

When I saw the low rating this movie had received, I assumed it had something to do with the fact that it was ostensibly a spin-off of The Looney Tunes Show, which I personally really enjoy, but has garnered its share of haters for having the audacity to not be exactly like the Looney Tunes they remember from childhood. Now that I've seen Rabbits Run, I assume it has more to do with the fact that the movie is just not very good. Out of all the Looney Tunes movies I've seen, including the ones that were just glorified clip shows, this might be the lamest.

Before I watched Rabbits Run, I couldn't help feeling a little let down that I would not be hearing Kristen Wiig reprising the role of Lola. However, that ended up being the least of my grievances. It turns out that Rachel Ramras is actually a perfectly suitable replacement, and after a couple of minutes, I'd almost entirely managed to forget that she sounded different at all. What I should have been more concerned about was pretty much every other aspect of this movie.

Aside from maintaining the personalities of a few of the characters that were established on The Looney Tunes Show, this is not set within the same continuity as the series, which feels like a wasted opportunity right off the bat. I know that the Looney Tunes have not maintained a consistent continuity throughout the bulk of of their long career, but part of what what made The Looney Tunes Show appealing to me is that it did have its own internal canon. If you're not going to utilize that, why make this movie a spin-off of that series? Imagine if they made a movie spin-off of Friends, but then it was revealed that it would be pretending that the show's ten seasons never happened and that the actors would all be playing different versions of their characters, meeting for the first time. Maybe Joey only shows up for a quick cameo. Fans might find that a little disconcerting, not to mention disappointing. Sure, the Looney Tunes characters will probably continue to exist in one form or another from now until we're all dead, but as someone with a particular fondness for the incarnations of those characters that TLTS gave us, I can't help feeling a little melancholy that that this chapter of their history is ending on an unfortunately lackluster note.

Everything about Rabbits Run is inferior to The Looney Tunes Show, including the animation. There were some sweet moments between Bugs and Lola, but beyond that, I can't say that I had a good time watching it. They basically ditched what made TLTS unique in favor of doing a rather tedious, cheap-looking, unfunny adventure movie. I doubt that abandoning the sitcom format at this late date is going to win over any haters while fans such as myself are likely to only be bummed out that what could very well be The Looney Tunes Show's swan song turned out to be such a dull mess.

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