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A Review of HOP

Yesterday I had the opportunity to attend a great preview of the new movie out April 1st HOP.

First I want to thank Klout Perks for the chance to attend with my daughter. Both of us had a good time and laughed at many of the antics of EB ( voiced by Russel Brand) and Fred (James Mardsen).

HOP is a cute kids movie that blends animation and action. HOP tell the story of EB ( the son of the Easter bunny) and Fred ( an out of work slacker).

EB has a dream. He runs away from Easter Island the night before he is to take the reigns of Easter. He wants to be a drummer.

He ends up in Hollywood where Fred hits him with his car. Fred ends up taking in EB.

As both try and follow their dreams all sorts of trouble happens. Both EB and Fred had lessons to learn.

Meanwhile back on Easter Island, EB ‘s dad, the Easter bunny is facing off against a number 2 ( a chick with a major attitude) who thinks he should have the job of running Easter.

By the end EB and Fred have both learned lessons and Easter gets saved.

Rachel and I both laughed at many of the antics after all what bunny poops jelly beans. I will never look at a jelly bean the same way again. If you have a free afternoon and little ones this spring you might want to spend an afternoon watching this cute flick.

Thanks again Klout Perks for the preview and thanks Universal for the silly bands- my daughter loves them.

*I was given a free product or sample because I’m a Klout influencer. I was under no obligation to receive the sample or talk about this company. I get no additional benefits for talking about the product or company.

Source: http://commoncentsmom.com/2011/03/20/a-review-of-hop/

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