Fairly dull and uninteresting entertainment
This film is about cats and dogs working together to fight against an
evil cat called Kitty Galore, who plans to seek revenge on all dogs in
"Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore" is aimed at very young
children as the plot is simple and even at time silly. The cats and
dogs are cute, and I can see young children liking them much. As for
action, it is some simple stuff involving animals falling or fighting
with each other, so there is nothing majorly exciting. As for humour,
the only scene that may evoke a smile is the Hannibal Lector
impersonation. Other scenes, or actually the whole film, is simply dull
and uninteresting for adults. And I do not like the way it paves way
for a sequel, as it suddenly brings back a villain from nowhere so that
there has to be another fight to keep humans safe. It is so contrived,
it does not pave way for a sequel, it feels more like putting the
beginning of the sequel into the end of this film.
kamzization watch The Proposition movie
Ruzsa watch The End Of America movie
good movie .
suan watch The Tao Of Steve movie
wow it's look like funny.
suan watch Cyrano De Bergerac movie
Kiss Of The Dragon.
chehala watch Jump Out Boys movie
i thought it would be better.
cat and dog.
Karate Kid is an excellent movie.
wow thats the great movie.
Dogs as guardians of mankind are back, and I was looking forward to
seeing this movie long time before they announced it. Too bad they
tried to use some clichés and jokes from other spy movies giving them
this "pet way of talking", as in other animated movies, they add a
funny character -remember Leo Getz in Lethal Weapon?- which wasn't
totally necessary, but makes the movie bearable.
I don't know if it's some bad acting by some of the actors, and a story
that was too predictable -I know it's a children movie, but surprise is
always good, and if we look back into the first movie, nobody would've
expected Mr. Tinkles to take over his owner's company, and then leaving
his sidekick behind, talk about twist of a bolt-. For a second there, I
also think there was too much CGI, I know it's inevitable in films
nowadays, but when it's so easy to distinguish shots, geeze, it's like
watching a cartoon movie.
Now, Diggs, always blowing up the operation, is an exhausting resource
here, it reminds me of Eddie Murphy in I spy... it's simply too stupid
to be funny... I really think the team of writers followed the formula
without even trying to bring something new to the film.
Watch it if you're extremely bored and the only thing on TV is American