Hop

Hop
Hop

Year

2011

Duration

91 minutes

Genres

Animation, Comedy, Family

Language

English

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Synopsis

This comic blend of animation and live-action centres on teenage rabbit E.B.. He's set to take over from his dad as the Easter Bunny, but leaves for Hollywood to chase his dream of being a drummer in a band instead. When he's hit by a car he feigns injury so Fred - the unemployed slacker who was driving - will take him in while he recovers. Plenty of laughs follow as Fred struggles to tolerate the world's worst house guest. Both learn a thing or two about growing up when Easter's threatened by the evil scheming of an Easter chick named Carlos.

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U Classification

Contains very mild language and slapstick

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