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
Rachell Ramras who provided the additional voices in The Looney Tunes Show voices Lola Bunny in this film instead of Kristen Wiig. See more »
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 »
Lola Bunny makes a perfume out of a flower that unbeknown to her is sort after by unscrupulous characters including the government due to its invisibility properties.
Set in New York anyone familiar with the recent Looney Tunes sitcom style series will feel at home with the sharp writing, witty one liners and great set ups. While the background plates and background animation is a bit flat and static the animation of the main characters and forefront action is spot on great fun.
The voice characteristics sound correct with every day taxi drivers Bugs and Daffy (voiced by Jeff Bergman), along with an array of other well know characters come to life perfectly. Loved Looney Tunes including Speedy Gonzales, Porky Pig, Foghorn Leghorn (who is in charge of the operation), Pepé Le Pew, Marvin the Martian, Yosemite Sam, Lola Bunny (who is very funny), Cecil Turtle, Elmer Fudd appear to name a few.
This direct to video from WB Home Entertainment offers a sharp, Hitchcock-ish set up in this Bourne meets Bugs adventure.
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