Thursday, September 02, 2010

Cats & Dogs 2: The Revenge of Kitty Galore (2010) Review

I was invited to the screening of the movie Cats & Dogs 2: Revenge of Kitty Galore which was on yesterday.

As you can see from the image above it was held at Mid Valley where the movie was screened at 9.30pm.

WARNING! This review may contain spoilers.

The story starts off with a feline whose thirst for revenge against the dogs and the humans were so strong that she plotted to build a satellite dish that broadcasts a sound that drives all dogs around the world to go mad and wild, turning against humans.

That un-furry feline is Kitty Galore (voiced by Bette Midler). Why she was so angered to exact revenge was because in the past, during a mission against dogs, Kitty was knocked over into a vat of hair removing gel causing her to be ridiculed and thrown out from her home.

Meanwhile, over in San Francisco, on overly-eager yet distrustful dog, Diggs (voiced by James Marsden), stepped over the line and was suspended as a police dog. So it was back to the kennels for him again.
But the dogs' secret organization decided to recruit Diggs and pretty soon, he finds himself in the world of espionage, doggy style!

While the dogs' secret organization and MEOWS, the cats' secret organization tries to track down Kitty Galore, they've decided to team up in order to go up against Kitty.

Join them as they attempt to foil Kitty's fiendish plan and save the world.

I love animals, especially cats and dogs though I don't have pets. And this storyline to me was so so. There were quite a number of hilarious scenes and jokes in the movie but other than that, it's your typical average fun-filled kids movie.
Oh. And I loved how Warner Bros. Production showed a short cartoon film on the Road Runner and Coyote before the show. Really brings out the kid in me watching it. :D

I would rate this film 3 stars out of 5.