Well, I finished watching the full film. I won't spoil anything, but I'll say it wasn't too bad. For the most part, it felt like an extended-length episode of "The Looney Tunes Show" but in a completely different continuity.
I did get a kick out of people being annoyed by Lola's stupidity and klutziness, especially at one point when Bugs yelled at her that she was crazy. It was also nice to see Giovanni of "Long-Haired Hare" return, along with various other little Looney Tunes-related in-jokes and surprises. Although I did miss seeing Sylvester and Wile E. Coyote (come on, what's Looney Tunes without them? Oh well, can't have everything!)
I did kind of get a "Looney Tunes: Back in Action" vibe at times from it. I wonder if the Improv writers had watched the movie for some inspiration?
And as I have mentioned, it wasn't that "looney" at times. We did get a little slapstick and wise-cracking humor, but other than that, it had quite a few dull moments, very much like "The Looney Tunes Show" did, almost as if they forgot this was a cartoon! It didn't feature very many of the classic Warner Bros. cartoon sound effects as well (if only they got Monterey Post/DigiPost.TV to do the sound editing instead of Advantage Audio...)
The animation was a step down from "The Looney Tunes Show" at times. I was surprised to see that Rough Draft Korea did the overseas animation services, as I recall their work on "The Looney Tunes Show" looked better than this. Maybe if they had Yearim Productions or Toon City animate the movie, it'd look better (or maybe even Lotto Animation would've done a better job too!)
As I said, I still found the bimbo Lola maybe a little less annoying than on the show, due to the Kristen Wiig impersonator used here. Pete Puma has also now been recast, to Jess Harnell. It is kind of a step up from John Kassir's weird performance for him on the show, but I still kind of got these Lew Zealand vibes with the voice.
Cecil Turtle was a tad annoying too; they didn't really show his evilness like they did in "The Looney Tunes Show," which was quite funny.
Let's hope for the next Looney Tunes direct-to-video movie, they try a different approach (like my idea of themed short stories linked together in some way.)