Overall Rank: 795
Average Rating: 2.9/4
# of Ratings: 388
Theatrical Release Date: 06/22/1988
MPAA Rating: PG
Director: Robert Zemeckis
Actors: Bob Hoskins, Kathleen Turner, Charles Fleischer, Christopher Lloyd, Joanna Cassidy, Stubby Kaye
Plot: A washed-up, toon-hating private eye investigates the murder of Toontown owner Marvin Acme and finds scandal and corruption behind every door.
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Yojimbo - wrote on 05/05/2012
When this came out, everyone claimed that "you forget the characters are only cartoons!". Erm...no you don't. Reasonably enjoyable noir pastiche packed with the kind of loony tunes style humour you'd expect. More subtle and witty than The Mask, but I have to admit I still found Roger more irritating than funny. The visual effects are inventively done though and I'm pretty sure kids will get a kick out of it.
mitchellyoung - wrote on 12/29/2011
A satirical glimpse behind the curtain of animation in a sometimes irreverent and bold adventure film. The blend of animation and real life is done extremely well and the endless parade of sight gags and one-liners makes this a great classic film.
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The M.O.W. - wrote on 08/01/2008
Ever wanted to see the "Looney Tunes" on the screen with "Betty Boop" (voiced by Mae Questel), then this is certainly the movie for you. However, due to some studios that loaned their characters to the movie, you won't see a few of the classic characters we love.
It's the late 1940's, and "Private Detective Eddie Valiant" (Bob Hoskins) has been hired by the head of "Maroon Studios," and creator of "Maroon Cartoons," "R.K. Maroon" (Alan Tilvern) to get photographic proof of an adulterous affair between "Marvin Acme" (Stubby Kaye), creator of some of the greatest gags in cartoon history and owner of "Toontown", and popular lounge singer "Jessica Rabbit" (voiced by Kathleen Turner), the wife of popular cartoon star "Roger Rabbit" (voiced by Charles Fleischer). "Valiant" gets his proof, …
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