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Jack Deebs is a cartoonist who is due to be released from jail. His comic book "Cool World" describes a zany world populated by "doodles" (cartoon characters) and "noids" (humanoids). What Jack did't realize is that Cool World really does exist, and a "doodle" scientist has just perfected a machine which links Cool World with our world. Intrigued at seeing his creating come to life, Jack is nonetheless wary as he knows that not everything in Cool World is exactly friendly. Written by
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The film was changed due to a comment Kim Bassinger made around Bakshi And Miner, she told them "I want this to be a movie I can watch with sick kids in hospitals" Bakshi replied "well, Kim I'm the wrong guy to talk about making a movie like that" but Miner was so moved her sentiment that he ordered Bakshi's script scrapped and rewritten without his permission. See more »
When Jack and Holli are about to have sex, Jack can be heard moaning. But in an up-close shot where Holli gets on top of him, his mouth doesn't move at all. See more »
I'm a cartoonist. I drew all this. I have visions. I translate this.
You do nothing, man. This place exists with or without you. You believe me, right? I'm not one of your creations.
Right. You're not pretty enough.
Good one. Have a seat.
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"Cool World" is one of those films that feels unfinished, and comes across as a well done test-market film, but not one that's ready for theatrical release. The actors seem to have a hold on their characters, but lack some direction.
The animation is good, though the mixture of genres'll probably throw some people. The story's incomplete, the characters are never entirely explored, and the mechanics of the fictional worlds aren't fully explained. The result is a film that's a bit of a mess, but still holds some interest for its unique take on an old animation genre.
Ultimately it's a film that should've been more than what it ultimately became. It's not a film for kids, watch only if you're into animation.
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