Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that the movie includes some mildly scary images of the were-rabbit's transformation -- first in shadow and then in person. These images follow the werewolf pattern, with teeth, fur, paws, and snout indicating the beast's emergence. The townsfolk and one hunter in particular pursue the were-rabbit, with guns and garden tools (again, following classic horror conventions, as in Frankenstein). Characters drink at a party, and make occasional bawdy, Benny-Hillish sexual references, most of which will go over little ones' heads.
Wallace has a crush; minor (British) sexual references in language.
Cartoon shooting and chasing (on foot, in vehicles).
One character says, "arsing around."
Greedy villain is comedic and blustery, gets his comeuppance.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Minor drinking by adults at a party.