So what ever happened to those 23 rabbits stolen from the Portland Meat Collective last week? I know, I know, I've kept you waiting. Turns out there were only 18 — which doesn't make it any less important and insulting — lifted from Levi Cole's property Saturday evening. Of the 18, the Portland Police recovered 17 on Friday , after the long-eared posse was dropped off at a rabbit rescue shelter early in the week. However, one rabbit in particular, dubbed "Roger", remains in hostage by the unknown perpetrator. However, the thief's attorney has made it clear that her client intends on buying Roger from the Portland Meat Collective. A pretty ridiculous request in my opinion. She's here to tell stories about economic inequities, cops, civil rights, and weird city politics that you should probably be paying attention to. Suite , Portland, OR
Wreck-It Ralph 2 is proof Disney now owns everything – even its own sexism
Common Sense says
What inspired less debate, however, was the question of whether Elastigirl — sleek in spike-heeled thigh boots and a rubber bodysuit, and seemingly made curvier than in the original — was hot. Who Framed Roger Rabbit? Were the film released today, its technology might not cause as many jaws to drop, but its storytelling still might: at a time when family-friendly studio entertainments are workshopped, focus-grouped and groupthought to within an inch of their airless lives, Who Framed Roger Rabbit? You can feel the two-pronged impact of its winking, multi-levelled comedy in virtually every animated juggernaut of the modern era, from the low-hanging dirty punnery of the Shrek films to the plain LGBT subtext of Frozen to any amount of zippy in-jokes in, well, The Incredibles 2. Yet the experimental spirit of Who Framed Roger Rabbit? Zemeckis himself, who would win an Oscar six years later for the galumphing conservative populism of Forrest Gump but never topped this level of creative zest, wound up pioneering performance-capture techniques in such otherwise drab, soulless animated features as The Polar Express and Beowulf. Thirty years ago, Who Framed Roger Rabbit? It made bank, won Oscars and blazed a trail for what future family films could look, sound and feel like. Facebook Twitter Pinterest. Topics Animation in film.
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