All Genres: Animation, Comedy, Family, Fantasy
Release Year: 2011
Director: Tim Hill
Sound: Dolby Digital, DTS
Writing by: Cinco Paul – (screenplay) &
Ken Daurio – (screenplay) and
Brian Lynch – (screenplay)
Cinco Paul – (story) &
Ken Daurio – (story)
Produced by: John Cohen – executive producer
Michele Imperato – producer
Christopher Meledandri – producer
Cast: James Marsden – Fred O'Hare
Russell Brand – E.B. (voice)
Kaley Cuoco – Sam O'Hare
Hank Azaria – Carlos / Phil (voice)
Gary Cole – Henry O'Hare
Elizabeth Perkins – Bonnie O'Hare
Hugh Laurie – E.B.'s Dad (voice)
Tiffany Espensen – Alex O'Hare
David Hasselhoff – Himself
Chelsea Handler – Mrs. Beck
Dustin Ybarra – Cody
Music: Christopher Lennertz
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E.B., the Easter Bunny's teenage son, heads to Hollywood, determined to become a drummer in a rock 'n' roll band. In LA, he's taken in by Fred after the out-of-work slacker hits E.B. with his car.
Plot: Blending state-of-the-art animation with live action, Hop tells the comic tale of Fred, an out-of-work slacker who accidentally injures the Easter Bunny and must take him in as he recovers. As Fred struggles with the world's worst house guest, both will learn what it takes to finally grow up.
Goofs: We know about 1 goofs. Here comes one of them:
Plot holes: The military says that the bomber must be able to see both trains in order to time the explosion as they pass each other, but the bomber gets off at Glenbrook Station and the explosion clearly happens well down the track where neither train can be seen from his location, only the resultant fireball. In fact, since the train is ten minutes late, they actually should have passed five minutes earlier and he would have had to detonate it while he was still on the train and never been able to set off the second bomb.
Trivia: There are 1 entries in the trivia list – like these:
- This is the second movie where Ty Simpkins plays the son of Patrick Wilson's character.