Great Job, Internet!: Traumatize your kids with R-rated movie scenes drawn in the style of a children’s book
Pixar story supervisor Josh Cooley has a new book coming out, Movies R Fun!: A Collection of Cinematic Classics for the Pre-(Film) School Cinephile, which reimagines iconic moments from R-rated classics in the style of a children’s book. In advance of the book’s March 1 release date, he has released some of the book’s drawings, which feature scenes from the likes of Pulp Fiction, Alien, Drive, Fight Club, and more.
If there’s one thing that connects the movies represented, it’s that they all exist in a heightened reality that lends itself to the “anything goes” world of animation, whether that be Drive’s bold color scheme, Pulp Fiction’s outsized characterizations, or Alien’s alien, which is just a pair of googly eyes away from being an intergalactic pet.
What’s next? Stuffed Tyler Durden dolls? That would be awesome.