The House Bunny
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  • The only reason why I didn't get to see it in theatres though was because I was a little short on money at the time and was very busy, therefore, what I decided to do was to watch it on watch-movies
  • I would recommend this movie to all Anna Faris fans, as I thought it was a very hilarious movie
  • She truly knew how to pull off the dumb blonde impression which made the movie even more interesting


    • by RedTape
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      When I first saw the movie “The House Bunny” advertising to be released in theatres, I wanted to see it. This was because I had seen a few potentially very funny scenes such as the one where the house bunny, Shelly tries to impress a guy by doing a Marilyn Monroe impression over a steaming manhole. I also wanted to watch the show since I have always liked movies starring the actress Anna

      Faris such as “Smiley Face”, “Scary Movie”, “Scary Movie 2″ and “My Super Ex-Girlfriend”. The only reason why I didn’t get to see it in theatres though was because I was a little short on money at the time and was very busy, therefore, what I decided to do was to watch it on “watch-movies.net”.

      The movie was about a playboy bunny who gets a letter the day after her birthday saying that ...


      • she has been kicked out of the Playboy Mansion because she was too old. Since she grew up in an orphanage she had nowhere to go, so she ended up having to stay in her car for some time until she found a place to live. While she was walking about one day however, she came across, what she thought looked like “a mini playboy mansion” but ended up being kicked out and
        made fun of. Therefore, that is what led her to find the Zeta Alpha Zeta sorority and become their house mother, making over all the girls from misfit outcasts to the hottest girls in the entire college.

        I would recommend this movie to all Anna Faris fans, as I thought it was a very hilarious movie. She truly knew how to pull off the “dumb blonde” impression which made the movie even more interesting.




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