The House Bunny: It’s Never Too Late To Find a New Calling

Looking for a comedy film to watch on your next girls’ night? Then check out The House Bunny. It’s a testament to the fact that what’s in your heart is more important than what’s in your brain…

What’s it about? When Playboy bunny Shelley (Anna Faris) is kicked out of the mansion for hitting her expiration date (by turning 27), she decides to become a house mother to a sorority full of socially awkward girls.

What’s it really about? Being kind is more important than being bright.

Pick if:

  • You’re looking for a comedy for a girls night: The House Bunny is all about sisterhood, make-overs and having fun with your friends
  • You like films such as Legally Blonde, Clueless, Neighbours 2
  • You’re a fan of Emma Stone’s comedy acting: The House Bunny is her best comedic performance after Easy A

Most memorable scene: That aztec party is pretty rad.

Most memorable quote: 

Shelley: They’re kicking me out?
Marvin: Maybe it’s because of your age.
Shelley: But I’m 27.
Marvin: But that’s 59 in Bunny Years.

Where can I watch? The House Bunny is available for streaming on Netflix, Amazon, Maxdome and iTunes.

The House Bunny (2008): running-time 1h 38mins; starring Anna Faris (What’s your number?), Emma Stone (Easy A), Kat Dennings (Nick & Norah’s infinite playlist), Katherine McPhee (Scorpion), Rumer Willis, Colin Hanks, Hugh Hefner.


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