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The part that launches the movie into the plot, the part that we have to have if we are going to have a story.The in WFRR is one of the funniest scenes I’ve ever seen in a movie.” It is what inspired me to become a screenwriter / filmmaker and has only improved my craft as a commercial director. Without a doubt, Who Framed Roger Rabbit is one of most FUN movies to watch and to break down the story structure.
If the movie failed to deliver that and deliver it well, audiences would be disappointed because the movie would be breaking its #1 promise. Next in the Side note – when I found out that Bob Hoskins was actually a British actor with a very thick english accent “playing” an American film noir era detective with a flawless American accent, my respect level for him went through the roof! We don’t know why Eddie (Bob Hoskins character) doesn’t like toons, which is immediately interesting. Usually a movie only has 1 “theme stated” moment, but because we as an audience don’t understand the logic of the toon universe, that logic has to be explained or “stated” to us a couple of times. Maroon explains to Eddie Valiant why Roger Rabbit is cracking up and stressed out when he says moments explain to us that the logic of a toon is the opposite to that of a human, in fact its counter-intuitive to a human but at the same time makes sense. Why wouldn’t you take off handcuffs you were trapped in?
It would be like Back to The Future without a time machine! This happens in 2 parts of the film, the 1st of which is one of my favorite parts of the movie, and pretty hilarious as well. There are lots of reasons we could come up with, but the main reason, which supports the theme of the movie is because they are toons!
Just when you think something scandalous is going on, the upside down world of “toon logic” is introduced.
Its the opposite of human logic, but it has very definite rules and consequences, as we soon find out in the .
Simple storytelling that resonates with a large audience is often the most difficult, because it requires discipline and selflessness.