Rewatching Who Framed Roger Rabbit as an adult is a fascinating experience. The number of jokes and innuendo that went way over my head in 1988 is pretty impressive.
And while the mix of live action with animation was certainly nothing new at the time, the seamless integration of animated characters and overall quality of effects is still really damn good.
Of course, there’s also a really great story underpinning the entire movie, so it’s not just a “look at the cool stuff we can do” kinda thing, but a legitimately good movie.
The entire movie centers around the affable title character getting framed for a murder he didn’t commit. Who is it that Roger is accused of killing?
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