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#51 Posted by TobbRobb (4579 posts) -

One of my all time favorites. Feel like rewatching it now. ^^

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#52 Posted by Plasticstars (171 posts) -

Fuck yeah I have, it's an amazing movie.

#53 Posted by benefitevil (49 posts) -

I love this movie!!!! I remember seeing this in theaters and having my first sexual experience with Jessica Rabbit. I also remember for about the next 5 years Disney would put a Roger Rabbit short before its movies :)

#54 Posted by Flawed_System (388 posts) -

I've seen it. Didn't like it.

#55 Posted by ImmortalSaiyan (4676 posts) -

I have not. I plan to one day though.

#56 Posted by Monkeyman04 (1008 posts) -

Who Framed Roger Rabbit? is one of my all time favorite movies. I can watch that at any time and still get the same enjoyment out of it as I did when I was a young lad.

#57 Posted by D0tti (786 posts) -

Duder thanks for reminding me off this movie, haven't watched since I was a kid. Will watch it tonight :D.

#58 Posted by Doctorchimp (4069 posts) -

PHHHSSTT

Cool World is where it's at.

#59 Posted by ProfessorEss (7280 posts) -

I saw in the theater.

#60 Posted by Daveyo520 (6651 posts) -

@mikeeegeee said:

Yes.

#61 Posted by ProfessorEss (7280 posts) -

@Akyho said:

You all seem to forget one detail!

MICKEY AND BUGS BUNNY IN ONE SCENE!!! NEVER BEFOR AND NEVER AGAIN!!!

Disney and Warner Brothers came together to make this film!

Hahaha, I still frequently use that inflection when I say "OH NO!!"

#62 Edited by KaneRobot (1416 posts) -

This is one of the few movies that is supposedly "for kids" that I think I appreciate even more now as an adult, realizing everything that had to go into it (from getting everything cleared from every copyright holder to the technology required to pull it off). I saw something once (probably on the DVD) where Disney and WB came to some kind of agreement where Bugs and Mickey had to have the exact same amount of dialogue and exact same amount of screentime.

I actually just read the book that inspired it 3 days ago, after meaning to for a long time ("Who Censored Roger Rabbit?")

The movie was fantastic, definitely in my top 20. The book was really good as well. VERY different from the movie - only a few of the same characters (Eddie, Roger, Jessica, Baby Herman)...the rest were different, and the premise was comic strip/book characters living with humans, rather than cartoons. It is much darker than the movie was and I strongly recommend it. You can get it for 2 measly bucks via Amazon Kindle.

To give you an idea of the tonal shift between book and movie - the pics of Jessica that are being used for blackmail are not of her playing patty-cake. They are hardcore porn, which she alleges were taken after she was drugged. And (I mean this in the best way possible) I kind of hated every character besides Eddie by the end of the book. I also liked the motive for the villian in the book better than the movie. The freeway thing in the movie was fine but still seems a little weird and almost too random to me.

But the movie was definitely legendary stuff. Can't imagine we'll ever see that many cross-company characters together ever again. Can't wait for the sequel, which according to Zemeckis is being worked on.

#63 Posted by DeShawn2ks (1052 posts) -

@MrCandleguy: Anyone who hasn't seen this movie or did and didn't like it is a very bad person in my book. This movie also made me a real pissed off kid when I realized there was no such place as Toon Town. I know where I would spend most of my weekends if I lived in Cali.

#64 Posted by DeShawn2ks (1052 posts) -

@StarvingGamer said:

Just gonna leave this here...

I will be right back.

#65 Edited by frankfartmouth (1016 posts) -

I saw it when it came out but I was pretty little. I remember all the other kids were going apeshit over it. I honestly don't remember the movie that well though. For some reason, the only line that stuck with me was when Christopher Lloyd was talking about his diabolical plan, and it was the Interstate Highway System. That tripped me out. It was the first time I remember seeing a movie tie something so sinister in with something so mundane. Maybe I'll have to give it another look after all these years.

#66 Posted by MrCandleguy (822 posts) -

@NTM said:

Yes I have, it's not exactly a rare movie. It was also on TV a while back. Also, it's not really one of those nostalgia shitty movies you think is great only as a kid, it's actually a good movie. Well, to other people it is, I didn't much care for it (meaning, I didn't dislike it, nor did I really love it).

http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/who_framed_roger_rabbit/

It getting a 98% is very shocking to me, i always loved the movie. Never knew it was that well liked.

I'm glad that i reminded a few duders in this thread that this movie existed!

#67 Posted by Hunkadunkasaurus (144 posts) -

@Mystyr_E: Nose?

#68 Posted by RUDEMIESTER (56 posts) -

Of course.
Donald Duck calls Daffy Duck and nigger.
It's hilarious.

#69 Posted by MrKlorox (11206 posts) -

Yep. You guys covered pretty much everything. It'll be watchable forever.

#70 Posted by Dalai (6995 posts) -

Great movie, but the inevitable remake that will be released in 2016 will be shit.

#71 Posted by BraveToaster (12590 posts) -

I used to watch it a lot as a kid. I wonder if my parents still own a VHS copy.

#72 Posted by Jay444111 (2441 posts) -

@RUDEMIESTER said:

Of course. Donald Duck calls Daffy Duck and nigger. It's hilarious.

I had to check that on youtube... holy shit... no wonder I always like Looney Toons more than Disney...

#73 Posted by ShadowConqueror (3050 posts) -

I always liked that movie.

#74 Posted by Landon (4130 posts) -

I don't think I've seen it all the way through, but I know the whole movie.

#75 Posted by SethPhotopoulos (5101 posts) -

It's a great movie.

#76 Posted by RUDEMIESTER (56 posts) -
@Jay444111

@RUDEMIESTER said:

Of course. Donald Duck calls Daffy Duck and nigger. It's hilarious.

I had to check that on youtube... holy shit... no wonder I always like Looney Toons more than Disney...

Awesome right?
#77 Posted by SethPhotopoulos (5101 posts) -

@RUDEMIESTER said:

@Jay444111

@RUDEMIESTER said:

Of course. Donald Duck calls Daffy Duck and nigger. It's hilarious.

I had to check that on youtube... holy shit... no wonder I always like Looney Toons more than Disney...

Awesome right?

I think someone heard that and thought it would be funny if he got everyone to think Donald said the "n word" when he is actually saying "little." And now people either actually believe it or they are perpetuating the myth.

I did find Spider-man in the Avengers though.

#78 Posted by KaosAngel (13765 posts) -

Speak of the devil, watched it with my girlfriend this weekend over Skype.

#79 Posted by Grimmrobe (199 posts) -

Shave and a haircut.....

#80 Posted by MrCandleguy (822 posts) -

It's a shame with all the copyright and lawyer bullshit, we will never get a movie like this again. Once in a thousand years kinda deal..

#81 Posted by kickinthehead (71 posts) -

@Grimmrobe said:

Shave and a haircut.....

I still think this whenever I knock like that.

Also I don't know how many years after seeing this as a kid that I finally knew what a prostate was. That line makes me laugh whenever I think about it now.

#82 Posted by iam3green (14390 posts) -

yes, i have seen it. i haven't seen it in a long time.

#83 Posted by Bigheart711 (1252 posts) -

Yes, I've seen it too. Haven't seen it in years, though.

One thing's for sure, Roger is one lucky fucker.
#84 Posted by AlexanderSheen (4929 posts) -

Yes, when I was a kid.

#85 Posted by Village_Guy (2492 posts) -

Yeah but it's some years ago, I really like that movie.

Time to go see it again I guess.

#86 Posted by Grillbar (1796 posts) -

yep a looong time ago... Jessica rabbit was and still is hot

#87 Posted by McShank (1629 posts) -

@Yummylee said:

A childhood favourite. Christopher Lloyd bloody scared the crap out of me as well... took me till I think I hit my early teens to realise that it was the same guy who played the lovable Doc Brown. Boy oh boy, whatta revelation that was.

I remember re-watching it fairly recently as well, pretty damn good movie.

I havent seen it in a few years and thanks to you I now know who the bad guy was :D!!! Never realized who it was when i was a kid.

#88 Edited by Akyho (1585 posts) -

@ProfessorEss said:

@Akyho said:

You all seem to forget one detail!

MICKEY AND BUGS BUNNY IN ONE SCENE!!! NEVER BEFOR AND NEVER AGAIN!!!

Disney and Warner Brothers came together to make this film!

Hahaha, I still frequently use that inflection when I say "OH NO!!"

I hope you dont use the inflection of what Donald says to Daffy!

It certainly sounds like "You dumb stupid N******" Which it fits.

@SethPhotopoulos said:

@RUDEMIESTER said:

@Jay444111

@RUDEMIESTER said:

Of course. Donald Duck calls Daffy Duck and nigger. It's hilarious.

I had to check that on youtube... holy shit... no wonder I always like Looney Toons more than Disney...

Awesome right?

I think someone heard that and thought it would be funny if he got everyone to think Donald said the "n word" when he is actually saying "little." And now people either actually believe it or they are perpetuating the myth.

If anything due to Donalds speech he says "Liddle" meaning little...except sounds like....

Tho...Donald and Daffy have both starred in some awkwardly racist cartoons.

Donald in Germany

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kzH1iaKVsBM&feature=related

Daffy in Germany. I watched this one as a kid, in the 90s. Had it on a VHS tape 2hrs of Warner Cartoons and 40 of all ages.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QgO-x-_dRkg

#89 Posted by dudeglove (7684 posts) -

@Yummylee said:

Christopher Lloyd bloody scared the crap out of me as well.

Yeah for a (sort of) kid's film it's completely fucked up, not to mention the fact that it features characters from completely different studios.

#90 Posted by MayorFeedback (674 posts) -

@ProfessorEss said:

I saw in the theater.

Me too! A couple of times, actually. Hard to overstate how mind blowing the film was at the time. It's still impressive, but in 1988? Unbelievable.

@leebmx said:

There was legendarily supposed to be this bit where when the car crashed if you paused the tape you would be able to see right up Jessica Rabbits skirt, me and my friends never managed to find it though.

You could only do it with the Laserdisc, which I happen to have, so everyone come over and we'll look at Jessica Rabbit's crotch.

Also, Donald Duck never says the n-word, that is the dumbest urban legend. You have to really want to hear him say that to discern it in the slightest.

#91 Posted by zyn (2591 posts) -

Yes, as a kid.

#92 Posted by Funzzo (834 posts) -

Great movie. A true classic. Wonder if it's on blu-ray?

#93 Posted by Brodehouse (9585 posts) -

Jessica Rabbit delivered my earliest boyhood boners.

#94 Posted by Jams (2959 posts) -

@Brodehouse said:

Jessica Rabbit delivered my earliest boyhood boners.

After watching Jessica Rabbit, I knew what to do with my boners.

#95 Posted by MarkWahlberg (4578 posts) -

nope.

#96 Posted by Superkenon (1383 posts) -

The best of film noir.

#97 Posted by chocolaterhinovampire (1287 posts) -

Not for a longggggg time....and by a long time I mean probably over 14 years.

#98 Posted by MrCandleguy (822 posts) -

@funzzo I was only able to find it on DVD. And even then that took me a long while. I live in new Zealand so we don't have amazon or anything really like it over here. But, it's at least worth a find on DVD.

#99 Edited by Arkasai (701 posts) -

Pretty sure the steamroller scene in Austin Powers is a Who Framed Roger Rabbit reference.

#100 Posted by KaneRobot (1416 posts) -

@MongoosePL said:

@Mystyr_E: Nose?

That don't rhyme with walls!