John from Donegal, 11 Aug 2007
Another Brilliant addition to the W&G series, the attention to detail is astonishing. Many of the slapstick scenes are laugh out loud funny; Particularly the 'Dog-fight' sequence. Helena Bonham-Carter is particularly good, being married to Tim Burton must help, and Liz Smith steals any scene she is in.
A joy to watch, and highly recommended. It does help to have a slightly childish sense of humour though, I think some of the content would not appeal to the more serious minded film-goer.
Mark from Dublin, 25 Jan 2008
Its almost whatever they do cannot fail to impress another classic from Wallace and Gromit although I do think that the Dog tends to steal the thunder with his facials. Its good entertainment and one i would watch again and again.
Barbara from Cork, 14 May 2008
A Must See for W&G lovers but also great entertainment for everyone else. I loved every minute of this film. Great detail, lots of laughs and all the characters are brilliantly done.
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Berenice from Meath, 04 Dec 2008
Fab. as per usual, Gromit of course outacting Wallace. Peter Kay does a nice turn as the policeman. Nick Park's attention to detail is exemplary.
Sandra from Cork, 09 Aug 2011
I love Wallace & Gromit and this film did not disappoint. My three year old and I watched it over and over. Very funny.