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Watership Down

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There was a young rabbit called Viper carrying a prophetic vision confirming the end of his own mooring. The rabbit then tries to persuade seven other rabbits to leave with him in search of a new home. Maybe along the way rabbits will face many obstacles to their progress, including predators and a cemetery full of mice and others. After the passage of time and reaching their final destination, Watership Down, they find themselves far from the end.
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Film4
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September 03, 2008

A beautifully realised animation, Watership Down ultimately works because it doesn't dilute the violence and drama of Adams' book with a rose-tinted lens.
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Under the Radar
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February 26, 2015

A rather faithful adaptation of [Richard] Adams' book, as well as a milestone work of independent animation.
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Time Out
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January 26, 2006

The 'camera' takes a conventionally objective viewpoint, perpetually rolling over rolling countryside, which effectively robs the plot of all its terror and tension.
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TV Guide
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September 03, 2008

Expertly and realistically animated, this version of the popular novel didn't seem to have an audience.
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Cinemaphile.org
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September 28, 2015

The movie is the antithesis of the modern standard, plodding and patient, unbothered by flashy bright images or relentless comical interludes.
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Creative Loafing
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March 04, 2015

The animation style veers between poetic and prosaic.
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TIME Magazine
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September 04, 2008

A rare movie that keeps kids on the edge of their chairs without inducing in their parents an overwhelming desire to escape theirs for a smoke in the lobby.
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The Dissolve
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February 23, 2015

It's a work deeply enamored with its source material, and determined to do right by it, even if it means frightening kids, baffling parents, and embracing whatever style works.
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PopMatters
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March 27, 2015

Although this is an animated film featuring cute rabbits as the main characters, this is far from a children's movie, and considering the violence and horror to be found in this film, it is rather surprising that the MPAA passed it with a PG rating.
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Movie Metropolis
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October 03, 2008

...lovely to look at and fun to listen to, but dull and lethargic in spots, too, and sometimes brutally savage.
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Chicago Reader
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September 03, 2008

A brief spark of imagination survives in a prologue sequence, designed by the great John Hubley before he was fired from the film. The rest is blandness.
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Q Network Film Desk
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March 05, 2015

The film's careful balance of humanizing the rabbits while also recognizing the realities of their inherent nature (which is more territorial and combative than cute and cuddly) gives its conflict a particularly sharp edge
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