Felidae is a perfect example of an animation that is in NO WAY intended for children! DO NOT show this movie to your kids, you'll NEVER hear the end of it!
This movie has gore, violence, sex, coarse language and very mature themes! I know i once said that 'The Plague Dogs' was the most disturbing animated film i had ever seen, but this film has definitely stolen that crown. Anyone who has seen this movie knows exactly what i'm talking about! It's unlike any animated movie i've ever seen.
That's not to say that it's a bad movie, actually i really liked this film. It was very graphic and disturbing! But it had a solid story, great characters, good animation and interesting twists. If you look past the gore, it's a good film. Although admittedly, it was pretty hard to watch at times. Being a lover of cats, there were some cringe worthy scenes. But it kept my interest, and i'm glad i saw it.
Do i recommend it? Well....yes and no. It's an R Rated movie, and so much like 'The Plague Dogs' i can't say i'd openly recommend it. It has potential to really disturb some people, if you're very sensitive to mature themes; then i'd say stay the hell away from it! But if dark animated films intrigue you (like they intrigue me), then i think you should give it a watch. You'll probably get some joy out of it!
The Youtube link is here if you're interested (you know you want to ): www.youtube.com/watch?v=eiKn-v…
The Aristocats (c) Disney
- Cinema Snob
I even have some fan-arts about this movie.
I do want to read the novel, but it seems quite rare. None of the libraries close to where I live have it and neither does the nearest bookstore. I did read a short previous on Amazon once, but it kind of rubbed me the wrong way.
But I did catch the Aristocrats reference in the film.
Francis, the main character, says that in the book and the movie, which was darkly funny.
felidae humps a woman without asking anything or getting to know her
proceeds to ask her name after
Anyways, good job! Funny stuff!
But this was only one of a series...why was not any of the other books made into films to continue it?