A Tale of Two Bunnies


Comedy / Drama

Plot summary

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Rhea Perlman Photo
Rhea Perlman as Thelma
Marilu Henner Photo
Marilu Henner as Miranda
Kristin Booth Photo
Kristin Booth as Evie
Julie Condra Photo
Julie Condra as Ruby
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816.98 MB
English 2.0
24 fps
1 hr 28 min
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1.48 GB
English 2.0
24 fps
1 hr 28 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by SinatraLee6 / 10

A respectable TV movie.

This movie is the take it or leave it kind, but I enjoyed its Lifetime sort of charm. Even if you don't approve of the Playboy bunnies, you can appreciate the story this movie tells about the hardships the girls must face and the successes they sometimes share. Mark Famiglietti shines in his role as Corky, and all of the ladies (including Cheers' Rhea Perlman as a supporting actress) are just lovely and play their parts with a kind of grace that is rarely found in made-for-TV movies. If you happen to stumble upon A Tail of Two Bunnies whilst channel-surfing and have the time it takes to see it, do so. It's definitely worth watching. 6/10

Reviewed by red_sparkley_dolly_shoes9 / 10

How can you not love it?

A brilliant film, fun, romance and most of all BUNNIES!!! You cannot fail to love this feel good movie which takes you back to the fun and class of the playboy clubs. I'm personally gutted since I've lost the video I recorded the film from sky on, :( was it even ever released on video in the uk? I've searched high and low and would die for another copy!!!

Reviewed by Leopold0056 / 10

Worth a look if you don't want to think too hard

This was on TV last night under the name "The Price of Beauty". I was tired at the time and couldn't be bothered to get up off the sofa, so I ended up watching it. Lucky, then, that this isn't a bad film at all! The basic storyline is about two country girls - Ruby and Holly - who move to the city to make money. Yes, I could say which places are involved but it's not actually that important. The part where it gets more interesting is that they audition to become Bunny Girls in one of Hugh Hefner's first establishments. This film could've used this idea as a way to gain a strong insight into how this empire worked back in the day, but unfortunately glosses over it a bit too much. It's implied that the working environment is tough and that standards are very high, but the film misses a trick here; they could've emphasised this more, which would've made the success and failure of the two heroines more succinct.

The acting varies from being very good (Marilu Henner and Rhea Perlman putting in good performances) to the very poor, and the club singer has some seriously scary make-up on. The music is also very good: I liked the music in the club, despite the fact that one of the tunes, "Gee Whiz", goes on long enough to make the 1812 Overture sound like something recorded by Napalm Death.

The film itself trots along at a gentle pace, with a smattering of touching moments to make it feel-good enough without being too syrupy. It has the odd comedy moment too, but the only laugh-out-loud parts are right at the very end of the film.

Maybe it was my partially catatonic state, but I actually enjoyed this film. It had enough about it to engage, it had likable characters and a good soundtrack. It isn't mind-fodder but then you don't always want that late on a Sunday night.

If you're after a film with a tight plot, fantastic script and peerless acting then you're looking in the wrong place; Moulin Rouge this isn't. However, if you're up for a bit of (relatively) mindless entertainment then you can do worse than this.

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