Who Framed Roger Rabbit is directed by Robert Zemeckis, and it stars Bob Hoskins, Christopher Lloyd, and Charles Fieischer in a live-action/animated film about a private detective that took pictures of Roger Rabbit's (Charles Fieischer) wife playing patty cake, which got Roger Rabbit in a crazed fit that he allegedly dropped a safe on that person's head, which he comes to that same detective name Eddie Valiant (Bob Hoskins) asking him for help as he says that he didn't do it. It's one of those films that everybody has heard of and watched it, and even if it's more adult than you typically see in any of those cartoon shorts that was adapted from either Warner Bros, Disney, Universal, and many others. So with this being in my Netflix list, I figure it's time to watch it and just give my thoughts on it, although I'm sure everybody talked about it, so I'll keep it as it is. While it is a little bit more obvious of the effects in terms of the cutting edge, I'm still impressed of what they done with it, and it does feel like they are really there in the real world. The acting is great, and it's really cool to see a lot of the voice actors that you know and love. The mystery, while having some obvious parts in there, is still interesting to watch and there are twists that you wouldn't really see coming if you haven't seen the film before. The writing by Jeffrey Price and Peter S. Seaman is very tight and really brought the imagination to life here. Even the opening animated sequence just seem like something out of a cartoon toon that you let your kids watch, and you just understand that they know how faithful it is to the cartoon shorts from years ago like Tom and Jerry and other shorts. Who Framed Roger Rabbit is a really great film that is one of the rare chances that we are ever going to get to see Mickey Mouse and Bugs Bunny together in the same screen.