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Thread: A Cat in Paris (Felicioli, Gagnol)

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    A Cat in Paris (Felicioli, Gagnol)

    A Cat in Paris
    Directors: Jean-Loup Felicioli & Alain Gagnol

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    Letterboxd rating scale:
    The Long Riders (Hill) ***
    Furious 7 (Wan) **½
    Hard Times (Hill) ****½
    Another 48 Hrs. (Hill) ***
    /48 Hrs./ (Hill) ***½
    The Extraordinary Adventures of Adèle Blanc-Sec (Besson) ***
    /Unknown/ (Collet-Serra) ***½
    Animal (Simmons) **

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    How did you see this? It hasn't been released yet, has it?
    I'm writing for Slant Magazine now, so check out my list of reviews.

    Hopefully I'll have the energy to update my signature soon.

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    Quote Quoting NickGlass (view post)
    How did you see this? It hasn't been released yet, has it?
    I cheated.
    Letterboxd rating scale:
    The Long Riders (Hill) ***
    Furious 7 (Wan) **½
    Hard Times (Hill) ****½
    Another 48 Hrs. (Hill) ***
    /48 Hrs./ (Hill) ***½
    The Extraordinary Adventures of Adèle Blanc-Sec (Besson) ***
    /Unknown/ (Collet-Serra) ***½
    Animal (Simmons) **

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    I found this movie kind of baffling. It's like they had some generic crime thriller lying around, but then for some reason decided they should animate it so they inserted a cat. Who is this for?

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    The film is undeniably slight, a feeling compounded by its sixty minute length and emphasis on largely unimaginative chase sequences, but I admired its peculiarity and found its look and tone more charming than not.
    Letterboxd rating scale:
    The Long Riders (Hill) ***
    Furious 7 (Wan) **½
    Hard Times (Hill) ****½
    Another 48 Hrs. (Hill) ***
    /48 Hrs./ (Hill) ***½
    The Extraordinary Adventures of Adèle Blanc-Sec (Besson) ***
    /Unknown/ (Collet-Serra) ***½
    Animal (Simmons) **

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    There were some weird touches I liked, like how the villain is trying to steal something called "The Colossus of Nairobi".

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