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Apr 01, 2011

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Mar 23, 2012

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Tim Hill


Russell Brand
James Marsden
Elizabeth Perkins


2011 Universal Pictures

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E.B. (voice of Russell Brand) dreams of becoming a famous drummer. But his father, the Easter Bunny (voice of Hugh Laurie), wants him to take over the family business. Determined not to deliver eggs, the young rabbit heads for the big city to pursue his own goals until he is accidently injured by an unemployed slacker (voice of James Marsden).

Content Details

Why Is Hop Rated PG?

Hop is rated PG for some mild rude humor.

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Here is additional information on sex, violence and profanity in Hop...

Violence: After accidentally hitting an animal with a car, a man prepares to kill it by smashing it with a large rock. A character rallies troops to take over a candy factory. Several characters are shot in the face or neck with tranquilizer darts. Guard dogs chase and attack a man. Characters are kicked and hit on several occasions. Bunnies believe that another character has been cooked in a stockpot. Individuals are hung over a pot of boiling candy syrup or threatened with sharp, rotating saw blades. A character is body slammed, hit with a scepter and tossed to the ground.

Sexual Content: A character suggests he should get into the Playboy Mansion because he is a "sexy bunny". An animal character flirts with a human female.

Language: A character makes brief, veiled suggestive comments. Another character comments about the look of his buttocks. Some other rude bathroom humor includes comments about excrement.

Alcohol / Drug Use: None noted.

Home Video Viewing Alternatives

Here are some ideas for home video titles that are related to Hop.

Taking on the role of Santa Claus comes with plenty of problems for Scott Calvin in The Santa Clause, The Santa Clause 2 and Santa Clause The Escape Clause. After mocking the existence of the magical being, a rough-and-tumble hockey player is forced to do time as the Tooth Fairy. Leprechauns speak up when a businessman threatens their existence in The Gnome-Mobile.

Some other films that combine animation with live-action are the basketball movie Space Jam, the fairytale spoof Enchanted and fantasy adventures Pete’s Dragon and Bedknobs and Broomsticks. A little, long-eared forest creature turns out to have a nasty side in Hoodwinked.

Canadian Movie Ratings

G Violence.
ON G Cartoon/Animation Action
QC G for Children.

Canadian Home Video Rating: G

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Details on home video releases of Hop...

Home Video Notes: Hop

Release Date: 23 March 2012

Hop releases to home video (Blu-ray/DVD/Ultraviolet Digital Copy Combo Pack) with the following bonus extras:

- All-new mini-movie: Phil’s Dance Party

- “Post Coup Commentary” with Carlos and Phil

- The World of Hop interactive map

- All Access with Cody Simpson

- Russell Brand’s Kid Crack Ups

- Three behind-the-scenes featurettes

- Three interactive games

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Basler79 says: Apr. 02, 2011

Took my 5 year old to see this movie and was disappointed by some of the content. My son learned two new words “sexy” and “jerk”. I don’t think that Hugh Hefner and the Playboy Mansion needed to be incorporated into a children’s movie. I was also disappointed by some of the more violent scenes such as when the main character EB Bunny was presumed to be cooked to death in a stew pot.

HugandRelease says: Apr. 07, 2011

I took my 3 and 5 year old to see HOP yesterday and over all the movie was super cute. Probably could have done without the whole Hugh Hefner and Playboy mansion reference but cute.

Classified Information says: Apr. 13, 2012

This movie was pretty good. It had some issues, but overall it was a pretty good film. Parents, be cautious, because they do say “sexy” once or twice. But overall, a fairly good movie for ages 7+.

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