So much energy and enthusiasm in this film - it's like it never stops. But you can always watch it again to discover more about it. And the special thing about the movie is the fact that watching it again you'll be able to relive the jokes and gags again and again, which never get tired. And there's that double combo of having Fox and Lloyd in the same movie. You'll never get bored of watching THIS movie.
There is no end to the hilarity of this movie - what with its gags and jokes - "Aren't you Eddie Valiant, or did you change your name to Jack Daniels?". I found the live action and cartoon combo fascinating, and especially loved the piano duet with Donald and Daffy Duck. It is full of historical cultural influences (The Ink And Paint Club, for example) and is full to bursting with many different types of characters. My favourite character is Judge Doom, along with the star of the show, Roger Rabbit. A richly, entertaining movie.
Surprisingly enough, I actually liked this little Disney remake--of course, I've never seen the original, but still.. It's almost charming in its own cutesy syrupy way. As per usual, Danny Glover elevates this film, and Tony Danza almost turns in a credible performance(Translation: He doesn't ruin the movie..how about that?)
If you need to revel in early 90's live action Disney nostalgia, go ahead, sit through this thing.