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Cliff De Young
A talking cat is a riveting film about a talking cat who helps two families meet and live forever happy. The daughter wants to go to business school. The daughter's brother is not creative therefore disqualifying him from obtaining an internship. The father drops the mother's cheese puffs which are hot, ruining them. because of this, the mother leaves him for a while. They meet up at a weird house that is owned by the father. The father and mother get into a fight when all is looking bad the cat gets hit by a car and sustains a saddening head injury. When the families are desperate that the cat will survive he reveals his identity has a talking cat and releases an orb thereby saving his life. This major plot twist then brings the two families together and implies that they live happily ever after.Written by
Cooper G Lawrenz
The interior of Phil and Chris' home is the same set used for the 2011 pornographic movie Jules Jordan presents Ass Worship 13 in the scenes with porn star Franceska Jaimes. See more »
Susan reaches into an oven that just finished baking the cheese puffs with her bare hands and takes the pan out and doesn't burn herself. Then, minutes later, Phil takes the pan out of her hands and it burns him. See more »
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I'm writing this review mostly because I feel compassion for Johnnie Whitaker, who deserved something better. I also feel it for the relatively inexperienced teenage actors, because they did, too. And Eric Roberts, well, I sincerely hope he got paid a lot for his literally phoned-in performance. Just a whole lot of money.
So, this "movie" (as it's been categorized). Awkward conversations that don't advance the plot, an endless series of establishing shots, and the longest and most pointless closing credit sequence ever cut together are the things you will find here. And very little else, it turns out.
Well, maybe that's wrong: there's an inadvertently gay subtext. Oh and, yes, as another reviewer observed, there is indeed a talking cat that is a key part of the story somehow.
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