Bunny and the Bull - recommended to me tonight by my best friend. British humor seems to be a favorite of his so it doesn’t surprise me that he told me to watch it. So there’s this guy, Stephen, who sits on his ass all day, keeps to himself, eats prepackaged vegetable lasagna, and slowly lets his life pass by. So the story is played out with a series of flashbacks about Stephen and his best friend, Bunny, showing their somewhat random adventure through Europe. Directed beautifully with a sort of stop motion and cartoony style in areas (which reminded me of the clay-mation Rudolph movie from when I was a kid) and provided sort of artistic low-budget feel that I love with Independent films. This movie kept me very interested with it’s unique style and above average comedy. I thoroughly enjoyed this film and I gave it a 5/5 on my Netflix. I could most easily compare this movie to “Wristcutters: A Love Story” as an independent road trip comedy which fits comfortably in my top 25 comedies…right next to this one.