The movie is the story of E. B. (Easter Bunny) who, as the Easter Bunny’s teen-age son, is in line to inherit the title of Easter Bunny. E. B. has no desire to take over the family business and deliver Easter baskets every year. He wants to be a drummer in a rock and roll band. Meanwhile, Fred O’Hare is being pushed out of the house by his parents because he can’t find a fulfilling job. E. B. decides to leave his home and head for Hollywood, where he meets Fred O’Hare. He becomes Fred’s houseguest and the two have many adventures together much to Fred O’Hare’s dismay. There is a chicken who works for E. B.’s dad who tries to take Easter from the rabbits. Whenever there is evil in the world, you know a bird or “fowl” is behind it.
I’m glad to see bunny rabbits featured in a motion picture because I had a bunny friend named Flash. Flash wasn’t an Easter bunny, but he was a black and white Dutch bunny. Although he did not deliver baskets on Easter, he did leave little chocolate jelly beans which the humans told me not to eat. As usual, the humans are always trying to keep a dog from having fun!
I give this movie 4 paws up, a vigorous tail wag, a tummy rub, and a doggy kiss. If you have children, they will love this movie. Since I have to give it a rating by Jeff’s human movie rating system, I give it a 10 out of 10.