When a super agent goes deep undercover to find an ancient artifact, he finds himself in a very compromising position. Agent F.O.X. is sent into a village of bunnies to locate an ancient artifact. Now you’d think a fox around a bunch of bunnies would create panic. That’s where it gets interesting. It becomes a case of mistaken identity and he is welcomed into the bunch. As he learns more and more about his new community, he discovers that there is more at stake than what was originally thought. He’ll find himself face to face with the artifact he is in search of, only he’s not aware of it. Time passes, Agent FOX finds that his passion is not what he had imagined. The irony is that it involves his imagination. Towards the end of his mission, he finds himself at a crossroads. A choice must be made, one that will change his life forever. What will he choose? His career or his friends? This unusual story is interesting from a different perspective. This is aimed towards an age range of 8-12 but it could easily fit earlier years. Older kids would probably find this dull and boring. It feels like something that belongs on Disney Jr. or Nick Jr., the only part that sets it apart from that is some of the content which younger kids might not understand. This is rated PG but the majority of the content is G. What more can I say, it’s a basic story that is well animated. If you have questions, watch it before or with your children. It’s creative and entertaining… just not for all.