Rabbit Fever details
|Starring:||Lisa Barbuscia, Julian Rhind-Tutt, Tara Summers, Flora Montgomery, Emma Buckley, Sharon Gavin, Sienna Guillory, Stefanie Powers, John Standing, John Standing, Sorcha Cusack, Enzo Cilenti, Tom Hollander, Tom Conti|
|Studio:||MAIDEN VOYAGE PICTURES|
|Collections:||British Comedy, Top Trash|
|Run time:||1 hour 18 minutes|
|Rental release:||11 Jun 2007|
Most helpful review
disappointingBy a customer from UK , 27 Jun 2007
[Highly rated reviewer]I was really looking forward to this film, but was really disappointed and turned it off after 20 mins, tried to give it a chance but was expecting giggles and laughs and got only boredom.
Not Roger the Rabbit!By Loopgrinder (176 reviews) , 15 Mar 2013This had the potential to be good - mockumentaries are generally worth a watch and the subject matter certainly had opportunity for some belly laughs. Sadly in the 20 minutes I managed to stick with it I only chuckled once. Nice try but...
Nice MockumentaryBy DrCropper (21 reviews) from Bexhill-on-Sea , 24 Dec 2010If you think you 're going to get 'action' on this - forget it! This is an AA version of the Rabbit Vibrator - the Addiction, not the batteries :). Dragged on a bit, could have been somewhat more dynamic 'reporting' to keep it funny and engaging.
Not too bad!By a customer from Bonnyrigg , 26 Aug 2009not exactly what i expected if honest... but still found it quite amusing at times... in terms of mockumentary, it achieved its goal as it was just a joke documentary... funny at times serious at others... recommended for the easily amused!
the key to comedyBy Avangelist (31 reviews) from Brighton , 12 Aug 2009is to be funny.
This is something which can vary, but essentially you need to you have a lead in, a build up and a punch line - or in this case a climax.
To review this film in the way the portrayed characters might understand.
It started OK, but over time we lost that connection and so I reverted to my alternative source of entertainment.
anything other than this.
Customer ReviewBy a customer from UK , 23 Jun 2008Do yourself a favor, do not rent or buy this utter dross unless you are looking for a reason to sit at home and be bored rigid. The whole concept of the movie is appalling & weak. Feels like it was made as a student film project by a talentless individual who wanted to be naughty and controversial.
How the actors and "celebrities" who feature in this mindless cack can look themselves in the mirror I do not know. This truly is the nadir of british cinema.