Reviews and Problems with Cats And Dogs: The Revenge Of Kitty Galore
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11 June 2013
Summary: This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. the first movie was funny and entertaining. This film was boring and bad. I saw it on 3d and the 3d sucked. I liked the scene with The silence of the cats. This one was good.
Summary: I'm 57, the wife is 54, no kids or grandkids. Frankly we thought the movie was really enjoyable, but we tried to see it through the eyes of innocence. There were some parts I actually got a laugh out of, even at my age. I loved the part where it was announced to congratulate a dog on his son, son, daughter, daughter, son, daughter.....just one of those clever parts that you have to pay attention to catch.
Summary: This is not a good movie at all! I can't believe I even went to see it! The plot is so unoriginal. It reminds me of James Bond, or some other secret agent movie. The acting is pretty bad also. It sounds like nails screeching on a black board. To be fair here, this movie is meant for little kids, but I was fourteen when I saw this. I thought it would be good, but it was terrible! I don't even like dogs!
Summary: Once more, we chose to ignore the generally negative user reviews and redboxed Cats and Dogs; The Revenge of Kitty Galore. In a word (or should I say a minimum of 10 lines of words), we loved it. From the opening credits with the great Shirley Bassey doing a James Bond theme version of Pink's Let's Get the Party Started, I knew it was going to be clever and well written, and it didn't disappoint.
Summary: It's not quite up to par with the original, but this film still holds its own. This is fun to watch, and is rather clever and has its own gags, making fun of some of the gags from the earlier film. As with the earlier movie, there are homages to classic pictures. There are also some lessons dealing with getting along and obedience without beating the children over the head with them.
Summary: I repeat: This is a CHILDREN'S MOVIE!! There's a lot of up and down votes on something that really wasn't meant for critically snarky 30-somethings. Get a grip! The First Movie was interesting because the concept of our pets being part of shadow spy organizations that stayed out of human sight was an eye-opener. Following up on the initial break-out is always an up-hill slog. This one was Okay.
Summary: "This was actually overall a pretty decent flick , not great or anything , no where compares to its predecessor , but i did like Bette Midler as the villain , the 3D was unnecessary , and the movie was cornballlish and predictable so a mild recommendation" ..