Release Date Who Framed Roger Rabbit Jun 22, 1988 Wide
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TagLine Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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Actors For Who Framed Roger RabbitBob Hoskins,Christopher Lloyd,Joanna Cassidy,Stubby Kaye,Charles Fleischer,Alan Tilvern,Richard Le Parmentier,Joel Silver,Betsy Brantley,Kathleen Turner,Amy Irving,Lou Hirsch,Mel Blanc,Morgan Deare,Mae Questel,Tony Anselmo,Joe Alaskey,June Foray,Richard Williams,Wayne Allwine
Genres Who Framed Roger Rabbit : Action & Adventure,Animation,Kids & Family,Mystery & Suspense,Comedy
Visitor Ranting & Critics For Who Framed Roger RabbitUser Ranting Who Framed Roger Rabbit : 3.5
User Percentage For Who Framed Roger Rabbit : 75 %
User Count Like for Who Framed Roger Rabbit : 406,069
All Critics Ranting For Who Framed Roger Rabbit : 8.3
All Critics Count For Who Framed Roger Rabbit : 48
All Critics Percentage For Who Framed Roger Rabbit : 98 %
Review For Who Framed Roger RabbitThe opening cartoon upstages the movie that emerges from it.
Richard Corliss-TIME Magazine
A Hollywood entertainment that lived up to its hype.
Jonathan Rosenbaum-Chicago Reader
The real stars are the animators, under British animation director Richard Williams, who pull off a technically amazing feat of having humans and Toons seem to be interacting with one another.
Supremely entertaining -- especially for adults.
Geoff Andrew-Time Out
Roger looks terrific after 15 years.
Glenn Abel-Hollywood Reporter
Although this isn't the first time that cartoon characters have shared the screen with live actors, it's the first time they've done it on their own terms.
Janet Maslin-New York Times
Watching "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" is like spending a weekend locked in a room with the looniest Looney Tunes characters. But it's hard not to admire every aspect of filmmaking that contributed to this wacky classic.
James Plath-Movie Metropolis
The best film directed by Zemeckis; the best of the many great high-concept '80s popcorn-comedies; the best American film of 1988.
Tim Brayton-Antagony & Ecstasy
Deceptively adult movie is fun, but not for kids.
Ed Grant-Common Sense Media
The combination detective noir story, slightly adult humour, crazy toon characters from both Warner & Disney's vaults (a one-off which is unlikely to ever repeat) and overall technical wizardy yielded a film which set a precedent.
Garth Franklin-Dark Horizons
Groundbreaking and thrilling
Great fun to watch -- and not just for kids.
It has become deservedly recognized as a cinema classic.
Dennis Schwartz-Ozus' World Movie Reviews
While flawlessly delivered, it's overkill -- so loud and excessive, it makes our head swim.
-TV Guide's Movie Guide
Yet with all that, Zemeckis' $70 million technical tour de force doesn't get pulled down in the undertow of its own cleverness.
Not as good as the book, but nonetheless superb.
Staci Layne Wilson-StaciWilson.com
It's still a superb film, a rare big budget blockbuster that concentrates on a clever story, crisp performances, and brilliant jokes while using its groundbreaking special effects only as window dressing rather than as the main event.
Jeffrey M. Anderson-Combustible Celluloid
Hoskins está fabuloso, e deveria ter sido indicado ao Oscar. O roteiro decepciona ao não explorar totalmente o potencial do projeto e ao criar uma trama policial pouco interessante. No geral, porém, tem chances de virar clássico.
Pablo Villaca-Cinema em Cena
The first blend of animation and live-action that seemed so natural we felt the characters were real. There's many a lad still harbouring a crush on Jessica Rabbit.
Ian Freer-Empire Magazine
A spectacular blend of live-action and animation.
Matt Brunson-Creative Loafing