Cool World


Animation / Comedy / Fantasy

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 6%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 31%
IMDb Rating 4.9 10 20911

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Uploaded By: FREEMAN
May 16, 2019 at 06:00 PM



Kim Basinger as Holli Would
Gabriel Byrne as Jack Deebs
Maurice LaMarche as Interrogator #2 / Mash / drunken bar patron / Dr. Vincent "Vegas Vinnie" Whiskers / Jack Deebs
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865.14 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 42 min
P/S 2 / 7
1.63 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 42 min
P/S 2 / 24

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by AmandaMichelleTenney 8 / 10

So creative and fearless

I love this movie. It's so incredibly creative and interesting, and I love how fearless it is. Sure, it could be better, but I'm not going to complain because I know it already took so much thought and creativity as it is to get to where it got. Not surprising that most people didn't like it, it takes a very mature mind to be able to see what's actually really cool, interesting, and fun about it. No wonder it's a cult classic.

Reviewed by coex23 7 / 10


If you "get" Bakshi, then this is pretty good. If you whine and complain about his "cheap" rotoscoping in his past films, then you sure don't "get" Bakshi.

That said, this film is chock full of celebs; and considering when this came out, it's no wonder people can't help but think of Who Framed Roger Rabbit. Meaning, if that's all you see here (a WFRR knock-off) then you probably never quite understood what Bakshi does.

This isn't his best, but it's definitely good fun and wild as heck. If you like weird and arty films and are willing to actually think about what you're watching, this is for you.

Reviewed by mc1382 8 / 10

If y'all don't want it then I'll gladly have it

So you're telling me a film that takes the melodrama of 40's neo-noirs, the childish tone of early's 20's cartoons, the gritty adult exploration of the '70s and the modernist lens of the '90s in a creative and fun way was panned? Actually it makes a lot of sense. People mistook this mix of styles as a mess rather than an effective way to tap into the personality and dynamics of these characters. There is a constant theme of the doodles wanting to be real and feel connected to the one they truly love. For the ones who are real, it's a moral dilemma, they constantly want to be with the doodles but they know that it just can't be. This would be enough for a compelling narrative but the film also decides to add unique commentary. Both doodles and humans can't have each other because it built on lust and escapism, not something that's emotionally real. When Holli crosses over to the human world we see this theme fully manifest itself. What starts out innocent turns into something sinister and self-serving. The emotional connection wasn't there in the first place therefore everything comes crashing down. This shows the consequence of when we put too much trust in who we lust for, the fall out will be catastrophic.

Frank Harris has a genuine connection with his doodle love interest and that's why he gets the bittersweet ending and Jack doesn't. Jack had bad intentions and was a victim to the fantasy of his own creation. However the film isn't cynical with Jack, he does get a chance to redeem himself at the end, even if the ending is a bit on the rushed side. Despite this, the themes and plotting are so well realised that I can forgive some of the film's shortcomings. This ends up working so well because it uses childish and adult elements to sell the innocence/grittiness of the film. The PG 13 rating allows having enough restraint for it to be subtle but has enough edge for it to be engaging. Along with the style and cinematography, this is a film that takes a lot of risks with its story. If some things were fine-tuned I would heavily consider giving this a nine or ten. I'm glad I gave this a chance because this is one of the more underrated films. I can see my self raising my score in time, we need more unique and strange films like this and if y'all don't want it then I'll gladly have it.

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