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A Cat In Paris - 20/3/2013 2:45:54 PM   
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a cat in paris - 20/3/2013 2:45:54 PM   
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A Cat In Paris is a great childhood movie.

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- 22/3/2013 2:42:52 PM   
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I thought it was a good movie but the way the characters looked did not impress me. I think if the characters were in 3D more adults would watch this movie and possibly more older kids would also watch it. If you made them 3D the little kids would still enjoy it but you would get some older kids watching the movie as well.

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a cat in paris - 22/3/2013 2:43:54 PM   
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A Cat in Paris is a great childhood movie. It’s bad on how Zoe can't talk, that her nanny is the bad guy and her mom’s always at work. But it’s good on the fact that she talks toward the end. The animation is more of an artistic type level. Mostly I’m saying that the movie is very good and is worth watching even with the ... Not gonna spoile it.

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What a twisted plot! - 22/3/2013 2:51:39 PM   
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The simplicity of “A Cat in Paris” by Jean-Loup Felicioli and Alain Gagnols is attracting attention across nations. Unlike many children’s movies “A Cat in Paris” is unrealistic. With its 2 dimensional jaunt of cops, villains, and robbers, running from roof top to roof top, it creates a humorous and revengeful sequence that leaves its audience on its toes with new surprises. This film might not be appropriate for preschool age because of its violence, including gunfire, hallucinations, a man plunging to his death, and a woman who betrays a little girl's trust and then places her in harm's way. However, this twisted plotline is perfect for young adults who could appreciate a little teasing between a clever robber and ruthless villain. All in all, I highly recommend this oddly animated film.

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