Thread: OFFICIAL Who Framed Roger Rabbit is an adult movie

    • 15 years 6 months ago
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    am I the only one who thinks Who framed Roger Rabbit is more of an adult film more than kids

    reason 1 ..... in the allyway where Doom orders Jessica to be seardched and the lead weasel puts his hand down her cleavage and starts to move around enjoying it

    reason 2 .... they,re was a lot of criminal/gangster type activites during the movie such as death , loaded weapons and conspiracy

    Reason 3 ... Jessica tried to seduce valient by putting her bosoms to his chest
    • 15 years 6 months ago
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    yeah i think it was more for adults then kids too, the baby had mouth that would make a sailor blush,and jessica had the morals of a commen hore
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    • 15 years 6 months ago
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    Roger rabbit was full of little sexual innuedos. Remember that one part were baby herman holds up his finger and walks under a lady's skirt. He walks out drooling. Also when Jessica plays pattycake she kinda growns like she's having an orgasm. Definitly not just for the kids.
    I don't know about you, Miss Kitty, but I feel so much... yummier
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    • 15 years 6 months ago
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    I never did get that movie when I saw it as a kid. Most of the jokes were over my head, and I didn't know of sex-related things as a kid either. It'd been years since I'd seen this movie. I watched it maybe a couple of years ago, and I was like, . My parents let me watch this all those years ago? They even mentioned something about prostate cancer. When I originally saw this movie, I didn't know what a prostate was.
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    • 15 years 6 months ago
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    Parents took my sister and I to see it when it came out.
    Some stuff was over our heads cause we were kids.Still a cool
    movie.I let my little cousins watch it a few yrs ago when they were
    about 3 and 2 they loved it.Yes their mother knew they were watching
    it her answer was AND YOUR POINT...
    It's OK, next time I'll make you listen. I wish that it were in the power of all children to say that to their parents and to know that indeed they would be heard as we were in those wonderful days on Waltons Mountain.Narrator The Waltons (From the Runawa
    • 15 years 6 months ago
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    If you remember. Looney Tunes wern't for kids when they first aired. Most of those cartoons were played before ADULT (not XXX, but movies aimed at grown ups) movies, along with a news reel.

    MOst of thost cartoons also work on two levels, the kids like the base physical humor and the adults get the jokes aimed at them.

    Roger Rabbit was just in this tradition.
    • 15 years 6 months ago
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    that's what was so great about the 80s, man. the movies, even for children, didn't treat the viewers as if they had the mentality of a 2 yr old. that's the problem with 2000's kid movies. they're way too 'suitable', nice, and boring. we grew up on adult related movies and they're growing up on shit like 'shark boy and lava girl'. i feel their pain.
    my friend asked me if i wanted a frozen banana.. i said no.. but i'll have a regular banana later so.. yeahhh
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    Quote by cephalexin
    that's what was so great about the 80s, man. the movies, even for children, didn't treat the viewers as if they had the mentality of a 2 yr old. that's the problem with 2000's kid movies. they're way too 'suitable', nice, and boring. we grew up on adult related movies and they're growing up on shit like 'shark boy and lava girl'. i feel their pain.
    Yeah, television and movies, even cartoons and toys/videogames, got away with a lot in the 80's and us kids (a decent amount of us) came out just fine.
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    Quote by cephalexin
    that's what was so great about the 80s, man. the movies, even for children, didn't treat the viewers as if they had the mentality of a 2 yr old. that's the problem with 2000's kid movies. they're way too 'suitable', nice, and boring. we grew up on adult related movies and they're growing up on shit like 'shark boy and lava girl'. i feel their pain.
    Yeah, television and movies, even cartoons and toys/videogames, got away with a lot in the 80's and us kids (a decent amount of us) came out just fine.[/quote

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    • 15 years 6 months ago
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    i blame tipper gore for everything
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    Quote by Thew
    i blame tipper gore for everything
    That's true lol.
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    Quote by Thew
    i blame tipper gore for everything


    amen to that!
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    • 15 years 6 months ago
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    I agree Bad Kitty... that is probably the most thinly veiled reference in the film, as well as being really flippin strange!

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    • 15 years 6 months ago
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    "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?" was aimmed at adults, but it still had cartoon characters and comic situations that could make kids laugh. If you took the cartoon characters out of the movie, you'd have a noirish detective who-done-it.

    The movie was based on the book "Who Censored Roger Rabbit?", which (except for the characters) was different then the movie. Roger Rabbit was a comic strip character that had word ballons come out when he talked. But Roger was the victim in the book, he was killed and his doppelganger asked Eddie to solve his murder (Definitely not for kid.).
    Ronald McDonald is just a second rate Bozo!
    • 15 years 5 months ago
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    To paraphrase some guy, "It's better for kids to understand 50% of genius writing than to understand 100% of drivel." Try telling that to Tipper Gore.
    • 15 years 5 months ago
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    yeah.. I thought it was an adult movie too.. my mom thought so too. I wasnt allowed to watch it all the time.
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    I remember hearing about an X-rated version of this film, complete with Jessica Rabbit in her full nude.
    • 15 years 5 months ago
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    I think this movie was aimed more at the audience who grew up with Looney Toons (ie the Baby Boomers) than at kids, that was sort of a biproduct.

    There is no "X-Rated" version. Sometimes animators get bored and insert single frames of nude characters, etc.

    If you did a frame by frame on the old Laserdisc you'd see a couple of shots of Jessica Rabit sans clothing. I'm pretty sure they removed them before the DVD came out though
    • 8 days 20 hours ago
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    I agree. I found a copy of Roger Rabbit (198 on VHS while at Goodwill. Disney is currently doing a sequel which has the characters from the original joining forces with Ron Stoppable after finding out that Roger Rabbit's girl, Jessica Rabbit, was impaled.
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