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(173) 7.5 87 min 2018

The Cat Rescuers is a movie starring Claire Corey, Tara Green, and Stuart Siet. Feral and abandoned cats prowl the streets of New York City in the tens of thousands. Because the City can't handle this problem, hundreds of dedicated,...

Latonya 'Sassee' Walker, Stuart Siet, Claire Corey, Tara Green
Rob Fruchtman, Steve Lawrence

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Rob Fruchtman, Steve Lawrence
Stars Latonya 'Sassee' Walker, Stuart Siet, Claire Corey, Tara Green
Country USA
Runtime 1H 27M
Description Feral and abandoned cats prowl the streets of New York City in the tens of thousands. Because the City can't handle this problem, hundreds of dedicated, volunteer rescuers have come to their aid. Our film focuses on four of them in the borough of Brooklyn.

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Sunday, 05 Apr 2020 15:42

This is not a particularly informative, nor a particularly interesting film. In fact, I don't think I've seen anything like it. It's an investigation into how we treat animals that have been intentionally or unintentionally raised as pets. It focuses on the case of a cat that has been found, presumably, abandoned on the streets of San Francisco. The cat has apparently spent the last five years wandering around the city and has been subjected to an excessive amount of mistreatment. It is a gentle, docile creature. But the cat has been unable to adapt to society. It is part-dolphin, part-cat, part-welfare animal. And it has been kept in a cage for so long that it is becoming senile. The investigation is conducted by Dr. Donna Mass, who narrates this documentary. As far as I know, this is the first documentary to address the subject. It is also the first one to be produced on this subject. The documentary seems very academic. And while I did enjoy the documentary and appreciated its content, I do think it's rather slow-moving. However, if you're interested in the subject of companion animals and how they have been mistreated, then this is a worthwhile documentary to watch. The film does offer some insight into the issue, but it is not a documentary I would watch again. This is not a particularly informative film, nor is it particularly interesting. However, it's certainly not a bad documentary. It's not very educational, but it's not bad. This is certainly a film that could have been better served with a more in-depth approach. But I'm glad it was produced, because it was interesting and made me think.
Saturday, 04 Apr 2020 10:58

In the final weeks of his presidency, Jimmy Carter seems to have made a series of mistakes, which are the subject of this documentary. The first is the decision to remove the Cuban-American exile that had been his biggest supporter and biggest advocate for his re-election. The second is the decision to set the course of the Vietnam War. These mistakes were caused by a deep-rooted belief in the American mission, rather than by a lack of ability to think for oneself. As the director and journalist, Marc Fisher, points out, Carter's decisions were based on the same principles that guided his predecessor. Although his actions were a failure, they were the result of a great deal of discipline and thought. Carter was a man who knew when to try and do things and when to try to do nothing. He was able to get away with his mistakes and move on. The most effective aspect of this film is the interviews of Carter's old friends. Many of the men interviewed are old friends of his, but they also point out their disagreements with him. Carter's greatest strength is his ability to read people. Although the general public is less likely to question the accuracy of a politician's statements, Carter's supporters are more likely to think that his statements are more genuine. They see his ability to read people as a reflection of his own intelligence and his ability to work together. This is why it is easy for Carter to say he will do something, and it is not so easy to believe him. Some of his interviews seem to suggest that he has not changed. This is the film's most difficult aspect. It is difficult to see him change as he has made many mistakes. His apparent confidence is the product of the discipline he had acquired. The interviews are the best aspect of the film, but they are also the most difficult to follow. They were so difficult to follow that I found myself in a state of confusion and not knowing what to do. This is not the film that should have been made. It is too long, too detailed, and too clear in its exposition. The film should have been the right length, as it seems to say that Carter was someone who thought for himself and was not a liberal who was afraid to take risks. It should have been much shorter, and much less clear. Overall, the film is not terrible, but it is very hard to follow. The fact that the film is very long and that it is made in the style of a documentary makes it very hard to follow. I thought that this was an interesting film, but I would not recommend it.
Tuesday, 31 Mar 2020 21:13

For a month now I've been watching "The Cat Rescuers" (where the title is a play on words) on the Cartoon Network. As I watch it I am struck by its similarity to the animated classic "Beetlejuice" and by its excellent execution. This film is hilarious in a way that I don't think has been seen since the late '90's (see The Simpsons episode "The Mother of All Fries"). I'm not saying that it is perfect. It has some flaws, and I can think of a few areas where it could have done better. But it is an excellent piece of animated film-making, and one that I would recommend to anyone looking for something funny. It is completely different than the "Street Fighter" series and other cartoon films. It is a comedy about a man who rescues cats from being used in a dangerous cooking contest, and tries to prevent their demise. The opening sequence is the funniest sequence I've ever seen. In fact, it is the funniest sequence I've ever seen in a feature film, and that's saying a lot. "The Cat Rescuers" is a film that is pure eye-candy for the geeks who like that sort of thing. I will admit that I have a pretty basic knowledge of animation, but I was able to follow the plot and keep up with it. I have to admit, the film is a bit long. The film is not meant to be "indie" or "old school" but the film is something that is only meant to be for kids. If you are looking for something for the entire family, then you will probably be disappointed. I found the film entertaining for the most part and I have rated it a 7/10. (It's not that I don't like the film, it's just that it is a bit too long.) There are a few moments that are so funny that I laughed out loud. One of those moments was when the Cat rescuers have to rescue a pet chimpanzee from the inferno. It was so funny, I just had to leave the theater and go to the bathroom. I can't wait to watch this film again. (It's not that I don't like the film, it's just that it is too long. The opening sequence is a bit longer than what the film deserves.) There is a scene at the end of the film that is so funny that I actually had to look up the term "Laugh-in". I will be on the lookout for a DVD copy of this film when it is released. There is nothing more I can say about "The Cat Rescuers" that is good than that. It is a perfect family film. The animation is very impressive and the plot is simple but very entertaining. I would recommend this film to anyone who is looking for something fun and funny. My rating for this film is 7/10.
Sunday, 29 Mar 2020 22:36

For the most part, this documentary does a good job at explaining the tragic history of the cat killers. However, there are a few instances that are quite irrelevant to the cat lovers who are discussing the "cat killers". First, the role of the crusaders. Again, this is a historical artifact, not a documentary. I'm not even sure why this is important to this cat lovers group, other than to serve as a bad historical artifact. The cat killers were not at all concerned about whether or not the crusaders were in on the cat killing, and the crusaders did not even seem to be very interested in the cat killers in the first place. They were interested in the discovery of gold and the building of the cathedral of St. Anthony, the heart of the crusaders. While it would have been a very interesting documentary to discuss the crusaders and their history, there is no need to do that here. If you are interested in the crusaders, I would suggest viewing the film "Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring", which is an excellent historical document of the crusades. That is about the only reason I recommend the cat killers over the film "Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring". Secondly, the importance of cat killer research. While this documentary does an excellent job explaining the history of the cat killers, it does not tell the cats what to do. They have no idea what to do with the information they have, and in the end, this documentary is all about cats and nothing else. It is no wonder that cats have been disappearing in New York City. Cats are becoming endangered and the New York City Government is only now beginning to take action to save the cat population. I'm not sure why people still think the cat killers are important, but I do hope that if you have cats, you will take them with you to see this documentary.
Sunday, 22 Mar 2020 14:23

One of the biggest elements of the 1970s was the explosion of popular culture. I would argue that the explosion of popular culture is not what propelled the 1960s, but it did produce a generation of sociopaths. These are the sociopaths, which you see in a lot of the 70s movies. But the reason why they are portrayed so poorly in these movies is that the authors don't understand why they are so bad. And if they do understand why they are so bad, they tend to take the path of least resistance and just hide their behavior. So we get the movie-makers hiding behind the lines of "the audience needs to be spoon-fed". Now, there are a few movies that have tried to delve into this. I think that Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back did a pretty good job of this. But they took a serious issue that was in a lot of the earlier movies and did a lot of tweaking to try to make it work. So you end up with a very inconsistent and confusing movie that has some genuinely good scenes, but most of it is bad. And that, in a sense, is what makes it bad. It's a parody of the horror genre. And when I say parody, I mean that it doesn't really have a point. If I wanted to make a movie that was not supposed to be satirical, I could just say it's satire and it's not supposed to be satirical. But that's not how the mainstream movies are made. The joke of the mainstream movies is that they're supposed to be making fun of the horror genre. I find it hard to believe that a movie like The Evil Dead would have been made today if it were not for the success of The Evil Dead II, which was also a parody of the horror genre. But if you go back to what I said about this movie being a parody, you'll notice that there is no parody of The Evil Dead II. It's not even a parody of Evil Dead II. I can't believe I'm saying this, but even that movie has it's own little message. It's not that people shouldn't watch Evil Dead movies. I'm not saying that Evil Dead is bad. Evil Dead is a great movie. But there is a point that it is trying to make, and that point is that there is no point in watching these movies. It's all about the thrill of the chase, and it fails. And that is why I find it so difficult to believe that people would actually watch these movies. But, if you want to watch them, go ahead. If you want to be entertained, see the better ones, but stay away from the worse ones. It's an interesting subgenre of horror, but it's not really any good.
Thursday, 19 Mar 2020 03:27

The Cat Rescuers (2011) Directed by: Nicholas Chey. Starring: Jonathan Cote, Holly Hunter, Tye Sheridan, Tom Holland, Alex J. Leavitt, Luke Goss. Review: There's been a cat on every front, who's been blamed for everything, ever since the domestication of cats. The first question that comes to mind, is why do cats not have a good home. One cat owner, that did not want to lose her cat, so the owner put the cat on the front burner of the house, to be held for ransom. The cat, which was owned by the owner, was rescued by a research center, and has since become an ambassador for the homeless. The cat, who has been trained by a veterinarian, to follow and deliver the catnip, has been to the Humane Society and the very good Dr. Richard Ham, who studies the causes of urban cat and human behavior, as well as cats, to help give those who can't afford to treat their cats, the same benefit. Dr. Ham's team, have experimented with the catnip, and found that the cats who use it are much happier, and the cats who have been treated by the cats, tend to have fewer behavioral problems. It turns out that cats, who are exposed to catnip, are much more interested in their food, than those who are not exposed. The cat is fed on a regular schedule. So, Dr. Ham has been researching catnip, and the purpose of it, and what affects it. He was surprised to find that the catnip makes people less likely to be assaulted. Also, he was surprised to find that the catnip does not make the people who are not cats, nicer, because it makes them more likely to be more aggressive. The research team has discovered that a cat's true friends are people who are either catnip and treat their cats well, or catnip and are not catnip-abusing. This is a story of a cat with an agenda, who's not always getting the right treatment, and is often treated as a slave. The team that works to find a way to treat the cat well, is a team of 12 people, including a veterinarian, a psychologist, a behavioral biologist, and a social worker. In order to treat the cat with the right diet, they are putting the cat on a special diet, that is only fed once a day. The research team also is experimenting with other treatments, that will give the cat the best chance at being more like a dog. The cat has her own food bowl, and when the research team tries to feed her food from the food bowl, the cat is upset. The research team then puts the cat on a special diet that is only fed once a day, and is eating only a quarter of the regular diet, in order to keep the cat on the right side. So, it's up to a team of 12 people to try and get the cat well, and to help the cat find a good home, and, in this case, a home where she can be happy and cared for, because the cat has been exposed to a whole lot of stress. This is a great story, that the cat will not always get the right treatment, but it will find a home, that is a good fit for her.

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