5. Death Of A Shoe in Who Framed Roger Rabbit?

When I was a child my parents wouldn’t let me watch two films: Cape Fear and A Clockwork Orange. Never did it occur to them that the one that would actually do damage was a kids movies about cartoons and humans living together.

You just can’t do something like this to kids… or to anyone at that. The sanctity that is the cartoon world revolves around the safety that no matter what happens in life – your favorite animated pal will always be there for you. They will never leave you. This film chose to violate that emotional trust and kill a goddamn squeaky cartoon shoe in the slowest, most horrible way possible.

Thanks a lot, guys.

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