In this case, it's considerably better, adapting the 007 template in a story of a crazed bald cat named Kitty Galore (voiced by a hissing, chichi Bette Midler) and her malevolent plot to conquer the world. It's brilliant in its simplicity
This isn't so much that the story and characters are weak -- though they very much are -- but that animatronics and computer animation so anthropomorphize these critters that they bear more resemblance to cartoons than actual flesh-and-fur animals.
Although it's great fun for the under-8 set and for those of us monitoring the chaos theory that is Nolte's career of late, this film is otherwise mediocre and features some of the most uninvolving 3-D CGI since "Clash of the Titans" earlier this year.
No, no, and no, this film does not get more. What I see is a boring and repetitive work, with bad dubbing and a villain that gives shame.
The only thing I liked was .......... no, I do not find anything, and only give 5 so it is not so bad.
While I love cats and dogs in real life, this was not what anyone really wanted. The plot is dumb, its dumb how animals would be fighting like this, and this is just no other reason to watch this hunk of garbage.
Don't get me wrong, but I do love the attempt of cats and dogs fighting some evil (especially fighting Kitty Galore) and saving the day once again. Unfortunately, all of this was let down by the jokes this film had and it's not cool.