Who Framed Roger Rabbit / Aria / The Great Outdoors (1988)

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TheRedBaron1985 (7 years ago)
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"Who Framed Roger Rabbit" is definitely my all-time favorites. I also loved "The Great Outdoors", which I really disagree with "Siskel & Ebert"!

Thank goodness "Citizen Kane" is not colorized, it would look horrible! Even Orson Welles admitted before his death that he wants Ted Turner to stay away from his work.
Adam (6 years ago)
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I like the note they made about commercials when talking about films broadcast on tv. Obviously movies aren’t meant to be seen with random breaks in them and oftentimes portions of the film are cut out to make room for these advertisements, which to me is as big of a crime as going in and editing the movie to ad images or colour.
BlackFandango (6 years ago)
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I love the Ken Russell segment from Aria, Franc Roddam’s and Julien Temple’s were also great. Robert Altman’s, however, was simply painful to sit through.
Brian (3 years ago)
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"The Great Outdoors" wasn’t as bad as they made it out to be.
trilaanus (5 years ago)
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"That’s a lamp!"
"But it’s loaded!"
moviefan (4 years ago)
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who framed roger rabbit is a ripoff of either bugs bunny or ricochet rabbit
swatch71 (4 years ago)
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Now that both Siskel and Ebert are gone, I really get nostalgic for these days, before every bit of pre-release EPK was available on YouTube or elsewhere. These shows were often the first real look at films coming out, and I couldn’t wait for the weekend to see the clips and hear the reviews.
Tha Critic (3 years ago)
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R.I.P to Bob Hoskins. 1942-2014.
Steven Ackerman (5 months ago)
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I happened to see Great Outdoors in the theater before they aired this review and I knew they weren’t going to like it. I wasn’t too crazy about it either. It felt like this was some weak script John Hughes had written and didn’t polish.
mooneyhill1 (2 months ago)
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June 25, 1988

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firstmagnitude
7 years ago
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Who Framed Roger Rabbit: Roger and Gene devote a good portion of the show to this movie. Roger finds the movie comparable to E.T. and 2001.

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