Felix the Cat Saves Christmas

Felix the Cat Saves Christmas

When the Professor and Rock Bottom plot to create the world's biggest blizzard in order to ruin Christmas, Felix the Cat and Poindexter must travel to the North Pole to help Santa Claus and save Christmas.

When the Professor and Rock Bottom plot to create the world's biggest blizzard in order to ruin Christmas, Felix the Cat and Poindexter must travel to the North Pole to help Santa Claus and save Christmas. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Lanky Man P (mx) wrote: I was actually surprised. I didn't expect much. The story fit pretty well with the first one. Just don't expect too many scares.

Scott S (fr) wrote: With both hands tied behind the back too...

Mark K (ag) wrote: An important story to tell....just semi-muddled storytelling. Had to visit Wikipedia to better understand all the little nuances of the story.

John W (es) wrote: If you can get over the lionization of a Communist guerrilla killer made out to be Jesus Christ (he's a blameless honest virgin, who walks on water and heals the leptons), and rather see this as a total work of fiction, it's a great movie totally worth watching - if for nothing else than the beautiful motorcycle tour around South America.

David G (gb) wrote: Vulgar, funny at parts, and very introducing characters, this film is worth watching. It has flaws, but its decent.

TTT C (ag) wrote: (***): Thumbs Up Interesting and well-acted.

James K (jp) wrote: I am biased. I love baseball and this is an interesting baseball movie. And I love watching Drew Barrymore, and this movie's got her in it.Sometimes love needs a miracle, like the one when the Red Sox broke the curse of the Bambino.

Vincent W (ca) wrote: I found this boring in the extreme.

Brandon H (gb) wrote: Not as grandiose as the mission, even though this is like 4 or 5 hours long.There some great forces at work in this flick. Tom Breenger's resistance, Darryl Hannah's awakening, John Lithgow and Aidan Quinn's blind faith and obediance to church and state. Tom Waits is memorable! tough to find but well worth it

Tim R (ca) wrote: The greatest hood movie ever!

Andrea E (ru) wrote: Like many before me, got sucked in by the chance to see Paxton & Pullman in early roles. The premise was promising, but I didn't make it past 1/2 hour of the dreadful, plodding pace.

Sebastian H (it) wrote: Dutch 80s flick that just doesn't quite kindle the Verhoeven spirit but paints an interesting picture

Shran (nl) wrote: Yeah it's campy but I like Rudy Ray Moore and his tell it like it is ass.

Tony P (br) wrote: A surgeon acquires the ability to see through everything (including dames' dresses) in one of Roger Corman's best films, which takes a theological turn when the protagonist's vision becomes limitless.

Martin H (fr) wrote: A strange movie with weird plot. A guy finds finger in his kitchen and starts his own private investigation which leads him through many more or less hilarious situations and people (neighbors that probably are drug dealers, but later turn out to be book smugglers masked as taxidermists). Strange movie but I was laughing.

Sean W (it) wrote: Leone's first film has none of the style that makes his later films such masterpieces.

HM F (ag) wrote: Noir in the woods! Location work in Ketchikan, Alaska enhance this familiar tale of revenge with a solid lead from actor/director Mark Stevens as the disfigured Vic Barron. The story features many noir standards, but the switch in location to far-flung Alaska lends a distinguishable look that sets it apart from other films. Instead of the typical downtown city streets, we see distinctive locales that although outdoors and in daylight, cast their own particular spell. A conversation under a wooden bridge with debris, a boat ride out to an ancient holy place, and a foot chase across a dam; all are highlights of the location work showcased in this film. The performances are also quite engaging. Most noteworthy are Stevens (also the director of the film) and Skip Homeier as the blond haired killer looking to ruin the lives of a number of people in the far off Alaskan town.

Cristian H (fr) wrote: I'm going to be honest, this movie is just hilaurous, obviously is not for every one, soo sit down and enjoy

Luke W (ag) wrote: I found this to be a surprisingly good film, despite the overly theatrical musical numbers. Streisand and Patinkin are good together and make up for any shortcomings.