Although The Curse of the Were-Rabbit might sound scary, few children will actually be scared of the fluffy, bright-eyed, vegetable eating rabbit that is threatening to ruin the annual "Giant Vegetable Convention."
Not being familiar with previous Wallace & Gromit cartoons, we caught on pretty quickly that Wallace loves cheese and Gromit is there to keep Wallace in check. The ever so ingenious Wallace devises a new contraption that will take the natural urge of the rabbit, to eat any and all vegetable, out of their system. As the experiment quickly turns to disaster, Wallace somehow manages to swap his thoughts with that of the rabbit's. In the light of the full moon, Wallace becomes a gi-normous rabbit that pilfers and plunges the local gardens. No vegetable is safe and Gromit is left to once again save the day.
I was pleased the movie was not as scary as it sounded since my three year old need not another monster to fear. I was, however, concerned about two scenes. The first, where "the bad guy" gets his pants caught on a pole. The Reverend points out to look away from the moon and then we see a naked cartoon butt. The second were Wallace turns back into a person from being the Were-Rabbit and of course has no clothing. He quickly grabs a box to cover himself and the sign on the box says "might contain nuts." Things that make you go HMMMM..... I would like to know more about what passes for a G rated movie.
Without those scenes I would highly recommend seeing Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit, however with the scenes, I recommend discretion.