Who Framed Roger Rabbit

Touchstone Pictures, Amblin Entertainment and Released 1988


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  • About this film

    This was excellence. This had great visual effects, sound effects editing and film editing.
  • If You Love Cartoons, Then This Movie Is For You

    The reason I decided to watch this movie was to see how many Disney Looney Tunes crossovers there were, and I'm glad that I did. This movie has to be one of the best I've ever seen. The way that toons and humans coexist is believable and in a way that makes sense, and the plot is exciting. But, I wouldn't recomend this to young children because of its somewhat vulgar language (examples contain damn and hell) and strong and not so subtle sexual inneuendos.

    Characters: 95% (A)

    The characters are awesome and contribute to making this movie great.

    Plot: 97% (A+)

    Private Investigator Eddie Valiant must clear Roger Rabbit's name after he's accused of murdering Marvin Acme, the owner of Toon Town. (I don't want to spoil the rest for you) putting a toon into a dramatic situation with an ivestigator that doesn't like toons, you know that this is going to be interesting

    Humor: 95% (A)

    The humor is slapstick and is uses in proper cartoon logic format.

    Voice Acting: 97% (A+)

    The voices for Roger and Jessica fit their characters perfectly. Also this was Mel Blanc's last credited work before he sadly passed away in 1989.

    Average: 96 (A+)

  • Grew up watching

    Great. Cool idea for a movie.

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