Move over, Puss In Boots: There may be a new best animated cat. The kitty in “Home” is a complete scene-stealer. Pig (as the cat is called) is pudgy and adorable, both purring and playful in ways reminiscent of a real cat. Its cute moments throughout are a wonderful addition to the movie. Pig is… Read More


Keep in mind: This review is focused solely on the cat. Having said that, this movie doesn’t get a very high rating. I’m normally a sucker for a fluffy cat with a peke-face. As a little actor-kitty, the cat was freaking adorable. (The quality rating is only as high as it is partly because of… Read More


There are few things I like more than seeing a cat being appreciated. This movie provides that pleasure. The cat’s owner even treats it to a can of tuna, claiming she “spares no expense.” Then, once done with the food, she proceeds to snuggle the cat, and it seems to enjoy it. It’s a delight… Read More


If you’re a fan of cats, this movie likely will appeal to you simply from the name itself. And it does not disappoint. Each cat is fun to watch, and each is such an individual that no matter what kind of cat you have, you’re likely to find one that matches the kind you like.… Read More


The cat in the movie isn’t prominent for a lot of the film, making this rank a 2 in quantity. However, this cat shines in each of its scenes. (The best is one scene in which the cat gets to play a fun game with a flashlight.) This movie probably would get a perfect 4… Read More


This one gets a lower rating for two main reasons: The cat in the film has maybe what you could call two very brief scenes, the first in which a person passes it happily eating. In the second scene, it is a tense scene in which leaves the viewer concerned that the cat might have… Read More


There is only one part in this film that has a cat (hence the .5 quantity rating), but the way cats are treated is a doozy. The cat is seen as brave, not at all afraid of the mummy that has tormented the heroes and villains alike. Its courage is well-founded: The mummy of the… Read More


The cat in this movie (the beloved half-cat of the book, Crookshanks) is pretty cute, and well-behaved. However, the 2.25 rating is received simply because this cat is shown minimally, not given the time on screen that it deserves. (This includes the fact that some of the changes from book to film minimized the kitty’s… Read More


There is both a lot of cats in this one and yet not as many as there could be. This is because particular scenes – any in Hellboy’s living quarters – are full of cats. In the background of every shot there are at least two kitties, likely just sitting somewhere or eating some tuna… Read More


(Note: This film may also be known as “Angus, Thongs, and Full-frontal Snogging”) This movie has a very cute cat, the titular Angus. If you like peke-faced cats in costumes, there are many scenes in this movie that you will talk about long after you’ve seen it. The cat goes for walks on a leash… Read More