Great for Kids and Adults

By nhw3w
Written June 04, 2012
My 7 year old son loved it and so did I...old school animation with exciting story...
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A cat in Paris

By karmic7
Written June 04, 2012
A wonderfully clever and intelligent movie that should delight all age groups. Brilliant cinematography, excellent sound track and breathtaking plot. An animated movie that deserves Oscar recognition for its originality, the plot and the fantastic special effects and music!! On a scale of 10, I would give it a minimum of 8.8. Go and see it!!!
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A Cat in Paris is Awesome

By baronblue
Written June 04, 2012
Gorgeous animation, wonderful story. Take the kids if you have some, but if not, just go yourself. It was just a delight. Highly recommend.
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After Midnight in Paris

By Jake_Gittes
Written June 08, 2012
For the physical leaps of its central characters, this children's story is more fantastical than Woody Allen's most recent romantic comedy also set at night in the City of Lights. Will the old school animation hold the attention of children raised on Pixar? Slick, it isn't. Although with a running time of 70 minutes the story doesn't get the narrative weight of three installations of Toy Story, it still has a serious edge in Zoe's absent father (unlike so many children's stories in which the absent mother is the source of the problem). Oddly, the grandest moment comes from the delusional POV of the villain Victor Costa whose mother was also not absent. For the most part, the movies celebrates the Paris skyline in middle-class family melodrama. The rough design actually suggests an imaginative version of Paris rather than the realistic one seen in so many movies last year.
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A Cat in Paris

By dgm421
Written June 24, 2012
We took the whole family ranging in age from 3 to 70. Everyone loved the drawing, the animation, the score and the story.
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