|Cats & Dogs|
Don’t you just love movies where animals can talk. What I really love is trying to figure out who all the voices are. This time around I was stumped on a few of them, so I recommend looking the movie up on IMDB before hand. Now that I know who all the voices were, it’s even more funny.
There are a ton of funny one liners, so many that I actually started writing them down so I could use them for myself. It’s a very predictable movie but that doesn’t matter at all. You can just sit back and laugh. It’s a fun movie for all ages, young or old, you’re gonna love it.
What did you think about Cats & Dogs? Share your thoughts about the movie in the comments below.
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