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The following 10 movies stand as the best the genre has to offer grown-up viewers and paved the way for an adult comedy like ’s reputation as a landmark example of the anime genre is well deserved – with the movie just as timely and relevant today as it was back in 1988.
The post-apocalyptic storyline, which follows a trio of scrappy heroes as they attempt to thwart a far-reaching government plot, exists primarily as a launching pad for a series of breathtaking action sequences, while the downbeat (and rather baffling) conclusion effectively drives home the movie’s pessimistic view of the future.
was almost unanimously praised for its mature yet accessible approach to its gritty subject matter, with the film’s stark, black-and-white animation style capturing the tone and feel of the stellar source material.
Although there’s technically nothing here that would shock small children, remains one of the animation genre’s most notorious and controversial comedies.
Director and animation legend Ralph Bakshi follows the title character through a series of drug-fueled and sex-oriented misadventures.
Bakshi’s fluid animation style – coupled with a script that is often laugh-out-loud hilarious – ensures that the movie never comes off as needlessly vulgar or exploitative, while the abundance of now-dated elements has cemented .
Though the film is actually rated PG (though the PG-13 rating did not yet exist in 1978), tells a dark and frequently bloody tale that’s sure to leave younger viewers shaken.
However, at the heart of ’s rough-around-the-edges style hardly prevented it from becoming a cult classic of incredible proportions.
They exist in a space somewhere between porn, poetry, art, dreamscape and nightmare.
Supplicant is a meditation on religion and power and sex. The undertones of tension that are imbued in repression and reverence,” writes performer/filmmaker Vex Ashley, as is her way. If Alfred Hitchcock was a queer POC, the award-winning full-length thriller “Snapshot” might have been the result.
It’s no wonder that whispers of a live-action remake have been swirling around since the mid-‘90s and Warner Bros. Everyone from Joseph Gordon-Levitt to Leonardo Di Caprio rumored to tackle one of the central roles.
follows several rabbits as they set out to create a new home for themselves after their community is destroyed.
once again shocked audiences who for whatever reason still believe that animated films are only for kids.