This list is here just because I'm a crazy cat lady.
Cats & Dogs
Things Are Gonna Get Hairy!
When a professor develops a vaccine that eliminates human allergies to dogs, he unwittingly upsets the fragile balance of power between cats and dogs and touches off an epic battle for pet supremacy. The fur flies as the feline faction, led by Mr. Tinkles, squares off against wide-eyed puppy Lou and his canine cohorts.
You had me at "Evil Persian".
Review from 2001:
One of my favorite scenes of recent memory is that of a cuddly, curious pig named Babe, walking into unknown territory as he struts around a pet hotel. He stumbles upon a light in a room, hoping it's somebody familiar. Instead, a bunch of singing opera cats are standing before him as the conductor's tail swings blissfully, back and forth. This scene alone was worth price of admission, for I am the epitome of the cat lover. Not that I dislike dogs by any means, but it's merely a preference I've acquired over 22 years of experience with various animals.
After walking out of "Babe: Pig In The City" (arguably better than its predecessor), I had hoped…
I wasn't doing anything all day, and I still felt like I wasted my time watching this.
Woeful. The kind of dire, soul-crushing suit parents dread having to watch with their children.
I was mildly amused by this if I recall, but it was still too juvenile and stupid for my tastes.
I CANT BELIEVE JEFF GOLDBLUM IS IN THIS
This review reportedly contains spoilers. I can handle the truth.
- It's not talking animals (Babe)
- It's not the family-oriented nature (Babe again)
- It's not the concept of creating comedy with exaggerated CGI (The Mask)
- It's not the Matrix spoof
It's the HORRIBLE execution!
After seeing a preview for Cats and Dogs a month or so ago, I was anticipating this movie more than most this summer. The movie looked to be an action packed spy movie with talking animals to boot. Opening the same weekend as Scary Movie 2, I knew that it would bring in the family audience, and I also expected it to be the better of the two in quality.
Cats and Dogs takes place in a quiet town where Professor Brody(Jeff Goldblum) lives with his family. He is attempting to find a cure for canine allergies. He has been trying to come up with this formula for some time. His son’s dog has just runaway a month ago, so…
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