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Review: The House Bunny

    (12A)

    Adam Sandler co-produced this cheerfully coarse comedy which is directed for maximum laughs by Fred Wolf and triumphantly showcases Anna Faris's undeniable star quality. She carries the film as ebullient Playboy Bunny Shelley who, homeless after being ejected from Hugh Hefner's legendary Playboy Mansion, finds a new life as house mother to the socially challenged girls of a failing college sorority. Sophisticated it ain't, but it does entertain splendidly, buoyed by Faris' endearing performance.

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