Who Framed Roger Rabbit (25th Anniversary Edition) (Blu-ray)
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Of the 398 reviewers who responded, 394 would recommend this product.
- Live action animation great for the time.- April 19, 2013
Though live action and animation have been combined before, i.e. Marry Poppins, this movie is an advancement. True that is true of each succeeding combo movie, this for the time showed a high creative level with the actors doing an excellent playing off sticks, puppets and costumed actors. The movie also showed in a humorous way the problems of bigotry and prejudice in a more suttle than in your face manner. This makes the subject manner easier to watch. The movie is enjoyable to watch and, I feel aged very well for the 25 years it has been out. I recommend this for adults and children even with Jessica Rabbit's artwork.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great movie all around.- July 13, 2019
Who Framed Roger Rabbit has to be the absolute best movie ever made that combines live action and animation together. The late Bob Hoskins stars as Jimmy Valiant... Private investigator long with his brother who is killed by a toon. Anyone who seen this movie knows this is the best of it erie. This is the only cartoon when you get a mixture of some of the most famous toons of all time. You get a mix of Disney, Louneytoons and others altogether. Like watching Daffy Duck,and Donald Duck sharing the stage playing pianos. You even get and old classic like Betty Boop. Anyone who has seen this before knows it's a rip roaring good time of a movie. A definitively must have in anyone's collection.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- This wacky classic is a feast on blu-ray- March 15, 2013
At 25 years old, there is still nothing out there quite like "Who Framed Roger Rabbit". Robert Zemeckis created a one-of-a-kind experience by shooting the entire film in live action (With live Action Stunts and props) and blended Richard Williams' animation onto the film ("Space Jam" did this as well, but without the same level of detail, class, and charm). The Picture looks great considering the blend of effects, and the audio is just as good. The special features are a little lacking, but the overall package is well worth the price.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.