When the mansion's favorite bunny, Shelley (Anna Faris), is kicked out of the hottest house in town, she gets lost in the wilderness of Beverly Hills. But when she stumbles into the sorriest sorority, Zeta Alpha Zeta, she finds a home where she can finally put her talents to good use. Then when Shelley meets a beau she'd like to tie on for good, she really has something to flirt for and thinks she might have a chance at life on the outside. Now the race is on to make over the girls and make Zeta the hottest house before the University shuts them down. Move in with The House Bunny and laugh your tail off!
Silence of the Bunnies
- The House Bunny review by Jawbreaker
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House Bunny is a tasteless experience. A twenty-something aspires and becomes a member of the Playboy household. It's all done in a clean cut way with plenty of scantly clad females, without ever showing the true issue of pornography. Anna Faris plays the blonde bimbo with relish and clearly deserves better. The film could have dealt with how females are meant to conform to male stereotypes and its better to follow your own heart's desire. Instead a group of unfashionable college girls are whisked into wag form, dispensing with any personalities and brains. Entirely predictable, House Bunny does have a few laughs and a good soundtrack but you cannot avoid the sour taste it leaves.
- The House Bunny review by Steve Mason
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Or the death of feminism. Playmate gets kicked out of Hefner's mansion for being too old. She moves into a University sorority house occupied only by plain looking girls and teaches them how to be babes. A Pygmalion for the end of civilisation. It seems a little harsh to be cruel to a film that Anna Faris dieted so hard for, but really, her fab waistline is this film's only saving grace.