"The animation is a marvel....The world of Wallace and Gromit is one of the few genuinely eccentric places left in the movies, a place where lumpy, doughy characters achieve a peculiar dignity..."
New York Times
3 stars out of 5 -- "Park is a master of Claymation and dry, understated wit....Don't even try to figure out how Park can move plasticine figures around and achieve visual and slapstick miracles. Just enjoy."
"Charming and droll with shrewdly chosen voices....[An] adorable exercise in whimsy..."USA Today
"[I]t is both welcome and astonishing to see how successful Park's unlikely pairing of his own idiosyncratic sensibility with the most labor-intensive form of animation has become....[The film] retains the clever, one-of-a-kind sensibility that made its shorter predecessors so delightful."Los Angeles Times
"The movie rollicks with visual slapstick, puns, and drive-by joke-cluster bombs that fall on young and adult viewers alike with such good aim..." -- Grade: A
"Immensely funny, intelligently silly and beautifully made....The protagonists are solid cartoon types absent from cinema since Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck..."
Sight and Sound
"A wonderful confection of slapstick and horror ingredients, WERE-RABBIT enhances the W&G universe as it continues to grow in stop-motion complexity and craftsmanship."
"[A] treasure trove of cleverness. And in its old-school claymation, the film is closer to the endearing Gumby reels of yore than today's sterile Pixar productions."