A Cat in Paris (2010) Rated PG

A cat in Paris lives a double life as a burglar’s apprentice at night and as a pet to a girl during the day. Starring JB Blanc, Steve Blum, Marcia Gay Harden, Anjelica Huston, Matthew Modine

I loved this film, so much so I think it should have won the Oscar over Rango. The animation is old school which I appreciated. Old school meaning it’s hand drawn, no CGI here. I furthermore, believe this film would be enjoyable for children as well as adults. Although, I wouldn’t recommend it for young children. I felt at times it would cross the lines but it never did. The film stayed on the thrilling suspenseful line. The only think I did have problem with it was the thief. I’m not sure why he stole and even though he wasn’t a bad guy, I still wasn’t too pleased with glorification of what he did for a living. Even with that, I wouldn’t let thievery detour you for this film. It’s top-notch and worth a watch.

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