who framed roger rabbit
A vile den of drugs and villainy If I had to run down a list of movies that have a special place in my heart, Touchstoneâ€™s Who Framed Roger Rabbit would certainly be on the list.Â I really fell in love with the idea of cartoon characters living side by side with humans, and when you throw in a big mystery and a song and dance number, how could you not like this movie?Â Image Comicsâ€™ Shadowline imprint just released Archibald Chases the Dragon, and it brings back almost all of the memories from that crazy rabbit film.
The Henson Company has picked up the rights to move ahead with a movie based on the Happytime Murders novel.Â The best part is the movie is not going to be targeted toward the young set, but will be an adult themed movie. Written by Todd Berger from a story by Dee Austin Robertson and Berger, the story takes place in a world where humans and puppets co-exist, with the puppets viewed as second-class citizens. When the puppet cast of an ’80s children’s TV show called “The Happytime Gang” begins to get murdered one by one, a disgraced LAPD detective-turned-private