The Aristocats

The Aristocats

When Madame Adelaide Bonfamille leaves her fortune to Duchess and her children -- Bonfamille's prize family of domesticated house cats -- the butler plots to steal the money and kidnaps the heirs, leaving them out on a country road. All seems lost until the wily Thomas O'Malley Cat and his jazz-playing alley cats come to the Aristocats's rescue.

In a luxurious castle at Paris, there is a Countess who lives alone with 4 noblecats: Duchess, Marie, Berlioz and Toulouse and a wildcat named Thomas O Malley. Living with her is a bulter named Edgar. He takes care for these cats very carefull and these cats live a very luxury life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Aristocats torrent reviews

ImmaMake U (it) wrote: less than a B flick movie!!! They should've stayed in the 80's!!!

Douglas H (jp) wrote: a man's obsessive journey, interrupted by strangers on the road, a man who made a living by trading words, and a young girl who sold horses and taught French at school... "God appears only where there is man..." "why are you so persistent?" "...because you came to me..." "God never put a borderline in this world..." there were so many soul searching moments in this movie, and the open ending of the final scene makes one wonder if you have the courage to journey so far, then you ought to have the courage to go either way...

Gillian C (us) wrote: Precision and Resilience is in their blood

Brian B (ru) wrote: Amazing! Five stars hands down!

Eric H (it) wrote: The measured, philosophical misogyny reaches new levels of hilarity here.

Chris S (us) wrote: Starring Goldie Hawn, this movie deceivingly starts out as romantic comedy, and quickly turns into a lighthearted yet deep romantic drama. Hawn's romantic opposite, Edward Albert, plays a man who has recently moved into an apartment to escape his overprotective mother. Oh, did I mention he's blind? This little twist acts as one of the driving forces behind the movie, and Goldie Hawn's performance is great, somewhat reminiscent (except... backwards... you know) of Amy Adams in Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day. Based off a play of the same name, this movie was a very well crafted drama.

Jim H (ru) wrote: Simply put, one of the greatest westerns ever made.The two hour, 25 ?? minute length would normally put several people off from seeing this movie, but this movie moves with every second. John Wayne is incredible in this movie ?? even though it's not his typical role. Wayne plays a boss, yes, but that's where the similarities with his later roles end. Wayne's character is out of control, and pays the price for it midway through the movie. Montgomery Clift is excellent as his main support, and the character actors who became so famous later on in their careers for roles just like they played here ?? namely guys like Noah Beery ?? are incredible in filling in the holes that Wayne and Clift leave