The ongoing war between the canine and feline species is put on hold when they join forces to thwart a rogue cat spy with her own sinister plans for conquest. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore
The ongoing war between the canine and feline species is put on hold when they join forces to thwart a rogue cat spy with her own sinister plans for conquest.
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adam b (us) wrote: Its enjoyable enough, but very unoriginal. Felt like I'd seen some of the scenes and heard some of the lines a thousand times before. Bill Bailey was pretty cool though.
Natasha G (fr) wrote: This film is why we need 0 star ratings.
Rebecca L (mx) wrote: A quirky, disturbing, twisted film.
Steve S (fr) wrote: not bad. kinda dragged at the end
Kara R (it) wrote: love the cast. too strange for me.
Giovanni M (it) wrote: It's low-budget charms make it better than anything the Broken Lizard boys have done since *shudder* The Babymakers.
Hayley W (ru) wrote: reminds me of my brother
Bedford C (fr) wrote: Why is this movie so disliked? It may be my favorite football film of all time.
Matt M (it) wrote: The tale of the air fights between WWI icon Baron von Richofen, known as the Red Baron, and Canadian Lt. Brown. While the air battle sequences are spectacular, the script is weak and the story slow and tedious, a constant in Corman productions.
Paul D (ca) wrote: Standard western, but its fast pace gives it better value.
Matt G (gb) wrote: What begins as a rapid fire screwball comedy, with Capra's wonderful touch of bittersweet-heart, turns into a (sometimes overly) moralistic look at hero-worship and headline-based journalism. Luckily, Cooper brings just enough pathos to his misguided character to keep it from being too pious or schmaltzy. A somewhat forgotten Christmas dramedy that definitely deserves some attention as we are still trying to figure out which America we're most experiencing: the corrupt one or the great one?
Brandon L (ca) wrote: One of the best remakes out there
Aaron P (es) wrote: Cheesy but super fun, moderately exciting, clean for kids. Loved the visual design of the sets, absolutely beautiful looking movie. Not without fault, but genuinely a fun family movie.
Riley H (ag) wrote: I know Rathburne and Bruce are considered by many to be the definitive screen version of Holmes and Watson but I find this utterly preposterous. Rathburne is arrogant enough, but he is entirely too put together to resemble the actual character. Bruce is far more off the mark, as his Watson is a bumbling, blustering fool who is often a drunkard. In the stories, Watson may often not know what is going on, but he rarely a source of comic relief, as Bruce portrays him. I think these characterizations have a lot to do with the anger more recent and more valid characterizations have elicited from so-called ??purists.?? These two actors are so etched in people's brains that they forget how unlike the actual characters they are. That being said, I find the story, even though it isn't original (why can't people use actual Conan Doyle stories? I don't understand that), to be in the spirit of Conan Doyle's work. The effects are often neat and the shadows are fun. One other major issue is that these are the worst Quebecers anyone has ever seen. I guess nobody who made this film had ever been there. But to hold a film this old to that standard isn't really fair (after all, this is the era when Asians of various stripes were thought to look ??Indian??). It's fine as a movie, given the context, but don't look for any kind of definitive Sherlock Holmes here.