'Who Framed Roger Rabbit?' (1988)
This is such a wonderful film, there is something I have to say before I continue. This is NOT a film for children!
This film was made more out of nostalgia, it is made for those that enjoyed watching cartoons, and film noir at a certain past time. Now it may be too old for people to understand but Looney Tunes (my opinion) is the best cartoon ever made. The double meaning of the jokes, and innuendo is shocking to me how they ever got away with! Seriously watch it now if you have not in a long time, and see what gou may have missed as a child! Pat-A-Cake? Are you happy to see me? Whoa...
Anyhow Bob Hoskins is amazing in this film with his American accent, he fooled me thinking years ago he was an American. Such talent has been missed. If you are in a mood to walk down memory lane of toon characters of old, give this another go!
"I'm not bad, I'm just drawn that way."