Rabbit Academy – Sweet Easter Animation
Director: Ute von Munchow-Pohl
Writer: Katja Grubel, Dagmar Rehbinder (Screenplay)
Starring: (Voice Talents) Senta Berger, Friedrich von Thun, Katharina Straber, Jule Bowe, Sebastian Fitzner, Noah Levi
Plot: In the bunny school, the anticipation of Easter and the appointment of the new “master bunnies” by the magical golden egg is happening. After selecting Max, a city bunny as the champion bunny candidate, the golden egg suddenly turns black.
Runtime: 1 Hour 16 Minutes
There may be spoilers in the rest of the review
Story: Rabbit Academy starts as Max is named the newest member of the Master Bunnies preparing for the latest Easter Egg selection, where he must learn about his own special skill for this world. The foxes have other plans though, wanting to take the role of Easter Foxes and becomes the main symbol of the holiday, leading to them planning their latest attempt to steal the eggs from the rabbits.
Thoughts on Rabbit Academy
Thoughts – Rabbit Academy is an animated movie using the upcoming holiday of Easter to show how a group of rabbits prepare for Easter by making the Easter eggs, who must come up against the group of foxes that want the spotlight. The story will see both sides trying to solve problems they are facing, despite them often going against each other. The film will give plenty of themes about needing to work together in life and learning to put differences aside, all while keeping the movie fun family friend along the way. The animation is delightful, adding plenty to the film that will leave you with plenty of laughs in an all around enjoyable family friendly movie.
Signature Entertainment presents Rabbit Academy in Cinemas Nationwide 1st April
Final Thoughts – Rabbit Academy is a delightful family friendly film, with laughs, heart and strong message.