Rabbits are cute, lovable little fluffers that make excellent indoor pets. However, you must do your research before getting one of these furry buddies.
Whether you choose to give your bunny free run of the house or put them in a pen, they need social interaction and plenty of enrichment activities. They also need to be protected from other animals such as dogs and cats.
The house bunny is a PG-13 comedy starring Anna Faris as Shelley Darlingson, a Playboy bunny who gets dumped from her mansion and ends up in a sorority on a college campus. As Shelley becomes a house mother for the Zeta sorority, she teaches her girls about fashion and helps them find their confidence.
When a scheming rival from Hefner’s Playboy empire tricks her out of the Mansion, Shelley finds herself on the road and in need of a new home. She ends up in a sorority, where she meets and gets to know a group of girls who are “different” from each other. She tries to teach them how to look good and help them gain confidence so they can become more successful.
She also teaches them about a book called The Sorority Guide. She helps them become better sorority members and a little bit more popular with the college. But when the Zeta sorority is in danger of losing their charter and house, she becomes desperate to save them.
As the house bunny, Anna Faris has a great role to play, as she is able to deliver laugh out loud humor, sometimes sincere and most of all, she makes the audience want to watch this film. She has a very special gift for comic acting and this movie shows that she can be one of the best comedic actresses in Hollywood.
Although the movie is not the best comedy I have ever seen, it is still worth a watch for its hilarious moments. It is not the worst movie I have watched in 2008.
The House Bunny is a PG-13 sex-related comedy that focuses on a bunny who is ejected from Hefner’s Playboy Mansion and ends up in a sorority. There is a lot of sex-related humor and a lot of sexualized language in this film.
While the comedy is predictable, it does contain some good jokes and a few deft pratfalls that are sure to make the audience laugh. The main characters, who are played by some of the hottest young actresses in Hollywood, including Katharine McPhee and Rumer Willis, are fun to watch, although they are not as appealing as Faris and Hanks.
The House Bunny is a comedy that follows a former Playboy bunny named Shelley Darlington (Anna Faris) as she becomes the new house mother for a sorority of socially awkward girls. The movie came out in 2008 and it’s a cult favorite.
Anna Faris has become a famous actress since her role in The House Bunny, and she has worked in many different films including the Scary Movie franchise. Her acting career has taken off in the last decade and she is now one of the biggest stars in Hollywood. She has a number of projects lined up including the sequel to Disney’s Cruella de Vil and she is working on a film with Yorgos Lanthimos, a filmmaker that won an Oscar for his work in The Favourite.
Emma Stone has a long acting career, and she was in this film as Natalie. She has a lot of big movies under her belt and she has appeared in “Easy A,” “The Amazing Spider-Man,” and “La La Land.”
Kat Dennings is another big actress, who was in this film as goth icon Mona. She has a lot of big movies and television shows under her belt, and she’s also worked on movies like “Empire” and “Hawaii Five-0.”
Katharine McPhee has a long acting career, and she is known for playing the nerdy Harmony in The House Bunny. She has a number of big movies under her belt and she’s also worked on a number of TV shows, including Smash.
Rumer Willis has a long acting career, and she has worked in a number of movies and television shows, including “The House Bunny” and “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.” She is the daughter of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis.
Kiely Williams has a long acting career, and she starred in this film as Lilly Marsen. She has a number of big movies and TV shows under her belt, and she’s been in a lot of music videos.
The House Bunny is a funny comedy that focuses on an enthusiastic Playboy bunny who gets kicked out of her mansion and ends up as the house mother for a sorority full of socially awkward girls. It is a funny and cute film that has a great cast.
When Playboy bunny Shelley gets kicked out of the playboy mansion, she signs up for a job as the house mother of an unpopular university sorority. With Shelley at the helm, her Zeta house heroines undergo major makeovers, in order to become socially acceptable and likable to their peers.
Rather than a sex comedy, The House Bunny is more of an inspired romantic coming-of-age film that teaches girls how to be their own best selves and find love through a variety of fun, socially acceptable means. Director Fred Wolf, and screenwriters Kirsten Smith and Karen McCullah Lutz (also a producer) have made a very sweet and hilarious movie that is sure to be a hit with teens.
Anna Faris is an absolute comedy goddess and she does a fantastic job of making Shelley a genuinely endearing and earnest character. She’s not afraid to be funny and she pulls it off with aplomb, whether she’s wacky and silly or sultry and flirtatious.
Emma Stone is also excellent as the nerdy Natalie, and Kat Dennings really brings home that drop dead gorgeous goth girl Mona character. Katharine McPhee is also a wonderful actress and she plays Harmony in a way that she truly comes across as a true authentic girl. Rumer Willis does an outstanding job as the insecure back brace wearing Joanne and she reveals a lot of character and personality.
The House Bunny comes to Blu-ray in a bright and colorful 1080p/AVC transfer, framed in a 2:35:1 aspect ratio. The image is clean, artifact-free and looks great.
As a bonus feature, The House Bunny also includes a music video from Katharine McPhee (I Know What Boys Like) and several behind-the-scenes featurettes. These include The Girls Upstairs, Look Who Dropped By, and Zetas Transformed.
It is worth noting that The House Bunny is rated PG-13 by the MPAA for some mild sex-related humor, and brief strong language. Parents should be aware of this when bringing the movie to the cinema.
While I found this film a little over the top, it did provide a nice light-hearted, yet inspiring, romantic coming-of-age story that taught girls how to be themselves and find real love. The cast is excellent and it’s a heartwarming movie that will have you laughing at every turn.
A good house rabbit should be well fed, have access to fresh water and be able to get out for some exercise every day. The diet should include a variety of hay (timothy, oat or grass based), pellets and vegetables. Bananas, grapes, cookies, crackers, pasta, bread and other human treats are not recommended as they can irritate a rabbit’s digestive tract.
A rabbit’s living area should be in a cool room with no direct sunlight, out of draughts and away from radiators as draughts can cause them to overheat and suffer from dehydration. It should ideally consist of two compartments, one dark sheltered area for sleeping, the other for eating, excreting and exploring.
Rabbits need a litter box for their droppings. The litter should be clean and dry and have no clumps or clay which can irritate their digestive tract. Choose a litter box that is tall enough to allow the rabbit to comfortably reach it, but low enough for them to easily squat down and bury their droppings.
It’s also a good idea to give your bunny a few toys. These can be anything from cardboard boxes to tunnels and hidey-houses. This will provide them with a safe place to escape and keep them entertained.
Playtime is vital for a healthy bunny, so try to create a room that is teeming with interesting toys and enrichment. A bunny will be much happier and more content if it has something to chew on and hide in, so ensure there are plenty of tunnels and boxes to explore.
You should also put some non-toxic, non-spilling toys in their pen. Rabbits will often be interested in toys that squeak or make noise, and they will enjoy tossing them around.
Your bunny will also need to have somewhere to run around in case they are feeling unwell or stressed, so it’s a good idea to have a large space for them to do this. This should be at least 10 ft x 6 ft x 3ft for a pair of rabbits, though this can vary depending on the size of the individual bunnies.