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Cats & Dogs: the Revenge of Kitty Galore

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Cats & Dogs: the Revenge of Kitty Galore

Brad Peyton (2010)

U Certificate


Our Score
The claws are out in this belated sequel to 2001's Cats & Dogs, as deranged and hairless moggy Kitty Galore seeks revenge on humans for the loss of her home by hatching a dastardly plan to turn the world's dogs against mankind. But disgraced police canine Diggs and his pals join forces with their former feline enemies and are soon on Kitty's trail. The plot is straight out of the James Bond casebook, and the film owes much of its look and ideas to classic entries in that franchise, including a villainous sidekick akin to Jaws and Roger Moore voicing the feline equivalent of M. However, too much time is spent on the wordy script and sly tributes to other more adult films including The Silence of the Lambs, Terminator 2: Judgment Day and The Fly to keep youngsters entertained throughout. But thanks to improvements in CGI and a sympathetic canine lead (voiced by James Marsden), this is a slight improvement on the original, with the prize for the best voice acting going to Bette Midler, who lends Kitty a devilish rasp that's one of the joys of the film.



Cast & Crew

Diggs James Marsden
Kitty Galore Bette Midler
Butch Nick Nolte
Agent Catherine Christina Applegate
Seamus Katt Williams
Shane Larson Chris O'Donnell
Lou Neil Patrick Harris
Mr Tinkles Sean Hayes
Sam Michael Clarke Duncan
Peek Joe Pantoliano
Tab Lazenby Roger Moore
Chuck Jack McBrayer
Director Brad Peyton
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Other Information

Language: English Colour Theatrical distributor: Warner Bros Available on: Available on DVD and BluRay Released on: 30 Jul 2010

Comedy Childrens

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