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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 role a little). It also gets a 3 in quality because of one characters insistent accusations and insults towards Crookshanks may leave cat lovers with a mildly sour taste, particularly since, in the movie version, there is never a sign of making amends between character and kitty.

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