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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
I recently watched this "film" for my podcast, where we solely review awful movies. I painstakingly sat through it twice with a stopwatch and timed all of the runtime of the movie spent on establishing shots (there are FIFTY-SEVEN OF THEM), credits, and shots of the cat lying or waddling around. This sums up the movie better than anything:
Between the credits, establishing shots, and shots of the cat, those all take up THIRTY PERCENT OF THE 83-MINUTE RUNTIME. I have never seen a movie that so blatantly pads its runtime with scenery. And what's scarier than that is that there are literally dozens of instances (that I didn't time with the stopwatch) where the human characters are shown doing nothing but sitting and looking at things for several minutes at a time, or walking up stairs, or standing and looking at random objects. It is pathetic how poorly edited and shot this movie is.
Literally nothing happens in this movie. If you don't believe me, go see it. You'll go cross-eyed before you ever find anything resembling a plot. If this thing was competently made just from a sheer editing standpoint, it would be 4 minutes long...if that.
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