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Radio Times
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May 04, 2014

Director Ralph Bakshi looked set to produce an adult version of Who Framed Roger Rabbit with this mix of animation and live action, but somewhere down the line it ran out of steam.
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South Florida Sun-Sentinel
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May 04, 2014

Cool World is a major disappointment -- a repellent oddity with unsavory overtones.
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Philadelphia Inquirer
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May 04, 2014

Watching Byrne, Basinger and Pitt struggle to bring verisimilitude to this cockeyed business is painful. And watching the parade of ricocheting doodles is just headache-inducing.
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Spokesman-Review (Washington)
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May 04, 2014

A combination of Ghostbusters and Roger Rabbit, Cool World, unfortunately, plays more like the lamentable Howard the Duck.
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Orlando Sentinel
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May 04, 2014

The plot is too sketchy to provide much of a framework, and the only logic here is the logic of fevered daydreams. Yet, in spurts, the movie's enjoyable.
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Philadelphia Daily News
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May 04, 2014

The movie has no internal logic. It's a mess.
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Chicago Tribune
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May 04, 2014

A few of Bakshi`s inventions, such as a rattled telephone that panics every time it rings, are amusing and well animated, but most of the characters are grating and dislikable.
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Baltimore Sun
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May 04, 2014

Much ballyhooed, much-advertised, the live-action/animation feature is much disaster. Not even an animated Kim Basinger dancing the hoochie-coochie can save it from its own death-wish combination of outsized ambition and undersized budget.
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Seattle Times
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May 04, 2014

Bakshi's world is typically subversive, anti-nostalgic and, at times, a brilliantly conceived grafting of two and three dimensions. Unfortunately, its ingenuity matrix seems to have short-circuited.
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Christian Science Monitor
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May 04, 2014

It has a walloping visual style, though, returning filmmaker Ralph Bakshi to top form.
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Los Angeles Times
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May 04, 2014

What Bakshi and his screenwriters don't recognize is that even dream worlds have their own fierce logic.
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Entertainment Weekly
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September 07, 2011

After the painstaking technical bravado of Roger Rabbit, it's no longer possible to get away with scenes in which a cartoon has obviously just been pasted onto an actor's wooden movements.
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