Watch The House Bunny
- 1 hr 34 min
The 2008 comedy romance film The House Bunny starring Anna Faris shows how hilarious of an actress she is. The film received quite positive reviews for an Anna Faris film, as it receive 42% out of a 100% by movie critics. The film was also very enjoyed by many people all over the world, as it earned a grossing of over $70 million. The film will really make anyone laugh, as the jokes are so funny and brilliantly acted out by all of the actresses of the film. The plot follows Shelley Darlington who has been dreaming about being the next Playboy Playmate, as she has been living the life with Hugh Hefner. However, the day after she turns 27, she receives a note that was given to her from Hugh telling her that she must pack her belongings and leave, as 27 is 59 in bunny years. After a couple strange events happen, she stumbles upon a few pretty girls who seem to also be living the life, and follows them. She asks to join them without any knowledge that they are a part of a sorority called Phi Lota Mu. After that she tries to join another sorority and is rejected once again, she fortunately is advised to join the Zeta's sorority. The girls at the Zeta sorority however aren't living the luxurious life and are quite socially awkward and nerdy. Although their main objective is to reject her from joining their sorority, they change their minds when they see how amazing Shelly is with boys and make her their new "House Mother". While at the Zeta's, Shelley finds out that their sorority is in great danger of closing due to never actually getting 30 pledges. Shelley then meets an intellectual guy that works at a retirement home, and basically the girls teach her to be more smart, while Shelley teaches the girl to be more attractive to guys. The film is hilarious and a movie that most people should consider watching. The actresses of the film all portrayed their characters very well, and what really made most people watch the film was that it was one of Katharine Mcphee's first films. It was also one of the first films of Emma Stone, which is exactly why everyone was so interested in watching the film.