Hop | Full Movie

Hop
  • PG
  • 1h 34m
  • 2011
Rotten25%
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From the creators of Despicable Me comes an all-new comedy about candy, chicks and rock ‘n’ roll! He was destined to be the Easter Bunny, but all he wanted to do was rock! When teenage E.B. (voiced by Russell Brand) leaves for Hollywood in pursuit of his dream to become a rock star drummer, he meets Fred (James Marsden), an out-of-work slacker with his own lofty goals. Together the two encounter a series of hilarious mishaps and misadventures and in the end help each other recognize the importance of family. “The laughs don’t stop in this movie treat for all ages!” — Pete Hammond, BOXOFFICE

Rotten Tomatoes® Score

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Rotten25%
Critics Consensus: It's impressively animated, but Hop's script is so uninspired that not even James Marsden's frantic mugging can give it any bounce.
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Film.com
Laremy Legel
Fresh

Kids will love Brand's frenetic drumming take on E.B., adults will love that there are a few cland...

June 22, 2017
Detroit News
Tom Long
Rotten

Hop is just too shrill, slick and sickly sweet for anybody's good. Watching it won't rot your teet...

June 22, 2017
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Common Sense Media

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Common Sense Says
Silly animated/live-action holiday comedy is fun for kids.

What Parents Need to Know

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).

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Additional Info

  • Genre:Animation, Comedy, Family, Adventure
  • Release Date:April 1, 2011
  • Highest Available for Purchase:4KLearn More

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