Top 10 Disney RabbitsHappy Easter! To celebrate, let's talk about some rabbit characters from Disney!
Before Mickey Mouse, there was Oswald! I've watched some of the cartoons that he was in and they are really funny! My favorite would have to be Oh What a Knight. But the thing that got me the most interested in Oswald was the video game, Epic Mickey! To this day, Epic Mickey is one of my favorite video games! And it caused me to appreciated Oswald a little more. I actually kind of felt bad for him. He was sad that Mickey took away his fame. Understandable. But at least he forgives Mickey and they end up becoming friends. You know, I kind of want them to make an Epic Mickey movie. Maybe it would actually be a good video game movie.
Poor Oswald could never really live up to his title. But hey at least he is getting a show on Disney+ and has been proved successful in the Epic Mickey game series!
Judy Hopps is the main character of Zootopia. As a child, she has always wanted to be a police officer. She ended up achieving her goal because she doesn't believe in giving up! Judy is a very relatable character. We all have had goals that we want to accomplish. Judy is very determined and very smart. She's the only bunny cop but she still manages to show that bunnies can be police officers. Anyone can be anything. A very strong message. And one of the reasons why Zootopia is one of the best Disney movies of all time. Also, she's kind of hot.
Judy's such a well-written character with a likable personality and admirable motivations that it's easy to root for her. While a lot of movies would just leave it at that, having the conflict to be solved soley by our good-natured hero, Zootopia goes beyond and shows how even she can have her own fair share of flaws and inner demons to overcome. She's smart and capable, but also naïve and small-minded at times, meaning she still makes mistakes along the way. Not only does this make her character arc in the movie more introspective, but it also keeps her from ever coming off like a Mary Sue. I'd say that's rather impressive, especially for a character that, as it turns out, wasn't even originally planned to be the film's main protagonist until late in development.
She teaches a very good moral, has an interesting personality, and a good role in the movie.
Roger Rabbit is one of the best rabbits in movie history! He is so hilarious and energetic that it's just so awesome! His humor involves mostly cartoonish antics. The slapstick humor that he does always makes me laugh! Even his voice is funny! I can see why Jessica Rabbit likes him.
I haven't watched Bambi in YEARS! Mainly because it's a very bland and forgettable film. But one thing I remember from the movie is how adorable Thumper is. Although, I don't know if Thumper is a boy or a girl. Anyway, Thumper definitely is pretty cute. Such an adorable and funny little rabbit. A very great ice skater too! Thumper is the best character in the film! The other characters I couldn't care less about.
I hate Song of the South! But I love Splash Mountain! That's actually the only reason I like Br'er Rabbit. He's featured in one of my favorite Disneyland rides. Other than that, I don't remember very much about him. He's not a character that Disney came up with. He's a character from a story from the 19th century. And he became a Disney character in 1946. Song of the South is a pretty controversial movie, but at least it gave us such an awesome ride!
If you don't know who clover is, he's the bunny from Sofia the First. A Disney Junior show that I actually kind of like. The biggest reason why I like Clover is because he's voiced by Wayne Brady. He is such a hilarious person. I actually met Wayne Brady a few years ago and got his autograph. Sofia is the only human who is able to talk to Clover because of her amulet. He's a great friend to Sofia and really likes to help her out. Wayne Brady really makes this character very funny and likeable.
Let's just pretend that the Tim Burton Alice in Wonderland film never happened. I don't have much of an explanation as to why I think the White Rabbit is a great character. I just like that he's so hyper and he's pretty relatable. He seems to be very stressed out since he was running late and knew that the Queen of Hearts would kill him. I know how he feels. He's really great in the animated movie, but they completely ruined him in the live action movie.
Very uncreative name. Even though Rabbit can be mean sometimes, he's a pretty likeable character. He has a short-temper but it's not too bad to the point where he's despicable. There are times when he knows that he's not very nice. He also acts like a jerk to Tigger most of the time. Which makes sense since Tigger is kind of obnoxious. Rabbit's hatred for Tigger is actually pretty hilarious. They have a SpongeBob and Squidward kind of relationship. So it definitely makes for some great comedy.
The March Hare is the rabbit from Alice in Wonderland that appears in the tea party scene. A lot of people seem to forget about this character. I thought he was the funniest thing about the scene. Even funnier than the Mad Hatter. He's just so crazy and stupid that it makes me laugh. He's a very underrated character.
She totally counts! I know she's not technically a rabbit, but her last name is Rabbit so that automatically makes her a rabbit! Anyway, Jessica Rabbit is hot! She is one of the hottest animated characters of all time! She's actually what got me to watch Who Framed Roger Rabbit. Although, that's pretty much her entire character. She's just hot. But I thought she was still pretty interesting. She even has the best line in the movie. "I'm not bad. I'm just drawn that way." Jessica Rabbit is pretty hot, but I still think Mulan is even hotter!
Back when Disney gave zero damns about censors. Today, they just kiss kid-friendly ass. Not saying that's a bad thing, but sexual innuendo shouldn't be taken so seriously.