Fritz, Jesse, and the Triplets


5 Cartoon Movies With Nudity And Adult Themes Not Appropriate For Kids

Based on a running comic strip by cartoonist R. Crumb, "Fritz the Cat" follows Fritz as he drops out of college and fully explores his version of New York City.

Fritz the Cat

From salacious scenes in bathtubs to rampant drug use to attempted assault to constant violence, "Fritz the Cat" is a risqué tale with big political swings.

This story focuses on Vinnie Genzianna, an Italian-American man who runs a gang and gets into all sorts of scrapes alongside his best friend Crazy Shapiro.

Hey Good Lookin'

When Crazy is eventually killed during a bloody fight, though, Vinnie retires from the game for good. "Hey Good Lookin'" is a wild watch, and not for kids.

"Waking Life" is an ambitious animated film with rotoscoping, using an unnamed protagonist to take viewers through a surreal experience within a dreamlike state.

Waking Life

The man tries to make sense of his surroundings, but in this "waking life," he's just like the audience: a passive viewer. It's a beautiful film about the human consciousness.

This film tells the story of a cyclist kidnapped and held by a French crime family and Madame Souza, his grandmother who's trying to rescue him.

Triplets of Belleville

The film is rated PG-13 for "violence, sensuality, and crude humor." If you're old enough, though, it’s an incredible watch, and it was nominated for two Academy Awards.

This film tells the story of a soldier trying to regain his memories from the Sabra and Shatila massacre, where thousands of Shia Muslims were slaughtered.

Waltz With Bashir

"Waltz with Bashir" is a brutal watch, especially as Ari concludes that the reason he's unable to remember these major events is because he's so horrified at what he's done.