Director: Robert Zemeckis 
Stars: Bob Hoskins, Christopher Lloyd, Joanna Cassidy

Give a round of applause to Who Framed Roger Rabbit. The film introduced us to some heavy shit—like being so sexually attracted to a cartoon character, Jessica Rabbit, while simultaneously adoring her as a feminist icon. Hear us out. She's not bad, she's just drawn that way. She's eye candy for her male artist and audience, through no wish of her own, and she's fully aware of her role as a sex symbol, but she also knows she's worth more than that. Seriously, check out this movie and reevaluate her character. The whole film is about a cartoon rabbit thinking Jessica is cheating on him. But legit, she's a heroine who loves her comedic honey bunny.

Roger Rabbit also introduced us to our worst fear, Judge Doom and dramatic melting cartoons. Honestly, is this a kids movie? Not to mention, it's amusing blend of animation and live action paved the way for other beloved flicks, namely, Space Jam