25. Who Framed Roger Rabbit
Walt Disney Studios had experimented with live-action-animation hybrids for decades before Who Framed Roger Rabbit, but it never achieved anything close to the fluidity and sophistication of Robert Zemeckis’s one-of-a-kind noir. Through the story of a hard-boiled private detective (Bob Hoskins) who helps a cartoon rabbit on a murder rap, the film pays homage to Disney and Warner Brothers animation while delivering an all-ages Chinatown. Its best moments are so novel, so deliriously funny and so crazily unexpected, that they truly must be seen to be believed.
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