When a Playboy Bunny Anna Faris is tossed out of the Playboy Mansion for being too old at 27, she finds her way to a college sorority in need of a housemother. Directed by Fred Wolf. A woman takes off her towel and we see her bare buttocks -- her crotch region is covered when someone moves in front of her. A woman walks around topless: we see her bare back and the reactions of people around her.
The House Bunny has a screenplay written with ten-year olds in mind about a subject that deserves an R-rating. Then again, it takes absorption of the full minutes for the movie's vomit-inducing power to become evident. The House Bunny isn't the worst movie I have ever seen. In fact, it's not even the worst of
Thanks to the efforts of Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, and now, Anna Faris, adult-oriented comedy is no longer a boys club -- at least for this year. And at a time when women are gaining some kind of parity within the corporate and political worlds, why not with trashy comedy? This flick is no proto-feminist tract. As the house bunny in question, the Baltimore-born actress Faris channels a ditzy Marilyn M.