That's the first word that comes to mind when I think of Robert Zemekis' Who Framed Roger Rabbit. (I've always wondered what became of the question mark.)
I saw this opening day at Radio City, and every bit of it has stayed with me.
Lovers of animated features, Hollywood history, and our subject at hand, Mr. Rabbit, having been waiting for this one. With a few questionable releases coming from Disney, WFRR could have gone either way.
Fortunately, the Blu-ray is brilliant on all accounts.
Reproducing the original look and textures of the film, and now with DTS-HD MA, this Amblin production from Touchstone (Disney), is perfect, and an absolute must own for anyone who loves film.
Cooperation from the various studios, who own the multitude of animated characters was essential, and Disney received it.
This is a very shot "few words," as more simply aren't necessary.
Perfect Blu-ray presentation.
Image - 5 *
Audio - 5
Very Highly Recommended.
Two quick notes: I've not checked to see if any of the single frame artwork discussed for years was left intact. Interest is there, but time is not.
Three Roger Rabbit shorts are included, along with a ton of extras.