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Pixar Illustrator Depicts R-Rated Films As Children’s Books

Story Artist at Pixar Animation Studios, Josh Cooley, has done something seriously twisted. He’s taken some of our favorite, overly violent, R-Rated movies and turn them into pages of a theoretical children’s book. He’s called it, Movies R Fun

The series was bound into a book but here are a few choice highlights.

Cooley has tons more for sale as prints, now that the book has sold out, on his website.

(via Vulture)

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  • Anonymous

    Yes, very disturbing.  There is a price to pay by being permissive.  The counter-culturalists began with the notion that “anything goes” and it is ok if you are an adult.  To dare say that things and behaviors for adults are bad is ridiculed (this isn’t a new phenomenon – unhealthy hedonism has gotten out of controle before – there are stories in the Bible that display lascivious behavior even by today’s standards!)  But they knew they couldn’t corrupt the children right away.  Moral people are to corrupted bit by bit.  It isn’t difficult to see this happening and who has been doing it.

  • Jamie Jeans

    Wow, those are some disturbing images… just wow…

  • Adam Whitley

    I feel like I’m feeding a troll here but 1. movies still aren’t all sex and violence and 2. America’s first feature film had the Ku Klux Klan as heroes so what country exactly do you live in? Films are much more deverse and have much better morals then they’ve ever had.

  • Anonymous

    Better morals?  How?  No, for at least half a century they would make anyone with morals out to be somehow evil or oafish.  You know this.

  • Kaarel Jakobson

    “”AAAAHHHHHhhhhhh!” answered Kane.”

    Good gods, that’s brilliant!

  • John Wao


  • Oden Shepherd

    In Pursuit of Happyness. Cheaper by the Dozen? There are others.

    You’re forcing yourself into this dark corner fighting against the natural order of life. There’s always been bad in the world and not all current movies are about only the bad. A huge majority of movies are still about good overcoming evil. If you see it any other way then you have blinders on.

    The violence and sex is included because the audience has changed but not because the general population fiends for it. Just like how the living room used to be the parlour. Times change but you can’t insinuate for the worse.

  • Brittany C.


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