The Adventures of Brer Rabbit (2006) 720p YIFY Movie

The Adventures of Brer Rabbit (2006)

Get ready for all of the laughs, adventure and hip-hopping good times in this all-new imaginative and modern retelling of Uncle Remus' best-loved tales. Parents and kids alike will delight in the escapades of the most mischievous and clever Brer Rabbit as he gleefully outwits Brer Fox, Brer Bear and a whole cast of other critters! With irresistible and toe-tapping new songs and an all-star lineup of voice talent (Wayne Brady, Nick Cannon, Danny Glover, D.L. Hughley and Wanda Sykes), The Adventures of Brer Rabbit is sure to be a family favorite for years to come!

IMDB: 4.90 Likes

  • Genre: Animation | Comedy
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 658.49M
  • Resolution: 1280*952 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English 2.0  
  • Run Time: 0
  • IMDB Rating: 4.9/10 
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  • Peers/Seeds: 0 / 0

The Synopsis for The Adventures of Brer Rabbit (2006) 720p

Get ready for all of the laughs, adventure and hip-hopping good times in this all-new imaginative and modern retelling of Uncle Remus' best-loved tales. Parents and kids alike will delight in the escapades of the most mischievous and clever Brer Rabbit as he gleefully outwits Brer Fox, Brer Bear and a whole cast of other critters! With irresistible and toe-tapping new songs and an all-star lineup of voice talent (Wayne Brady, Nick Cannon, Danny Glover, D.L. Hughley and Wanda Sykes), The Adventures of Brer Rabbit is sure to be a family favorite for years to come!


The Director and Players for The Adventures of Brer Rabbit (2006) 720p

[Director]Byron Vaughns
[Role:]Rhyon Nicole Brown
[Role:]Wayne Brady
[Role:]Nick Cannon
[Role:]Monica Allison


The Reviews for The Adventures of Brer Rabbit (2006) 720p


Sweet trip down memory lane.Reviewed byjonijrVote: 6/10

Cute adaption of the stories I remember my mother reading me. The stories remain true to memory, but the dialect was absent which kind of ruined it a little bit for me. DVD quality was excellent. Both my children ages 4 and 14 both had their attentions held on the screen. The colorful scenes held the young ones and Brer rabbit's tricks kept the older kids watching for whats next. The extra DVD games were a little difficult for the younger children but fun for the older set. A fun story to watch with the kids. I just felt it was missing something I couldn't quite put my finger on. I recommend seeing this just not highly. A good rental!

This is no song of Brer RabbitReviewed byFrekmanVote: 1/10

Having a copy of "Song of the South" which this is the politically correct replacement for, I was truly disappointed with this. "Song of the South" is not that great a movie by todays technical standards, but in its day it was revolutionary in the merging of animation and real actors. The Adventures of Brer Rabbit is nothing but modern politically correct trash. The Adventures of Brer Rabbit, which some people may find offensive to their own spiritual belief systems today, lacks any basis in the folk tales of a group of Americans that was part of our heritage. Those folk tales were the story of Brer Rabbit, not this politically correct enhanced trash.

That story (Song of the South) is a part of our history, for better or worse. Slavery, as well as the way the Black actors of Song of the South were treated in Atlanta at the time of Oscar Awards was terrible beyond belief. Anyone today who believes singing happy slaves were a way of life in the old south is an idiot. But America is not the only nation with a history of slavery. Most nations of the world have that practice in their history, some still do today. Stop beating ourselves up over it, and pretending it never existed.

The history of the native American people is an even greater horror story. Some of it caused intentionally by Europeon immigrants to the Americas. Some of it just twists of fate that befell them in the collision of 2 cultures. But what a horror story that is.

Films weren't always based in total reality back when Song of the South was made, neither are they today. But the rewriting of our historical make believe films smacks of another film/story "1984".

Don't tease the people with this stuff, re-release the original movie where Brer Rabbit was made a star "Song of the South".

delightful adaptationReviewed bymyqueopathVote: 7/10

I found this film at the bottom of the bargain bin at Walmart. The fact there was an adaptation of the Uncle Remus stories starting Wayne Brady and Wanda Sykes meant it had to be interesting at the very least. I was expecting it to be quite terrible in a laughable kind of way.

However, it is a very well animated film with a talented voice cast. The character designs were wonderful and the overall art direction was well developed. The score was excellent but the songs were on the verge of unbearably cheesy, if not unnecessary.

Only complaints were that some of the jokes and gags missed the mark a little in a tired hackneyed way. But those moments were short lived. Also, there wasn't enough Wayne and Wanda!

The Uncle Remus stories are a paradoxical dilemma for American audiences. This adaptation removes the social stigmas of Post-Civil War themes but preserves important folk stories of African-American heritage, exposing these tales to a generation that might have otherwise missed this experience.

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