The Cat In The Hat [DVD] - Mike Myers - £3.57 at Amazon
The Cat In The Hat  [DVD] - Mike Myers - £3.57 at Amazon

The Cat In The Hat [DVD] - Mike Myers - £3.57 at Amazon

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The Cat In The Hat [DVD] - Mike Myers - £3.57 at Amazon

This adaptation of the classic children's book stars Mike Meyers (AUSTIN POWERS) as the wily talking cat with a tall striped hat and more than a few tricks up his sleeve. Set in a colourful make-believe world, the film tells the classic tale of a sister and brother, Sally (Dakota Fanning) and Conrad (Spencer Breslin), who pass a rainy afternoon with their grumpy babysitter Mrs. Kwan (Amy Hill), during which they receive a visit from the mysterious Cat in the Hat, who leads them on a series of colourful, illogical, silly misadventures. Meanwhile their mother (Kelly Preston), her paranoid boss (Sean Hayes), and her phony boyfriend (Alec Baldwin), present obstacles for the children as they become part of the Cat's chaotic world.

With candy coloured sets that pop off the screen and zany special effects that give the story a decidedly 21st century spin, this movie presents a fast-paced and very non-traditional rendering of Dr. Seuss. The rhyming lines that usually characterise Dr. Seuss stories are referenced here, but modern jokes that riff on television advertisements and pop psychology are given more importance. Dakota Fanning is utterly adorable as little Sally, and Thing 1 and Thing 2 are delightful in their chittering and acrobatics. A bright and happy film packed with dazzling stunts, DR. SEUSS' THE CAT IN THE HAT is an entertaining treat


The Cat in the Hat was nominated for eight Razzie Awards, including Worst Picture, Worst Actor (Mike Myers), Worst Supporting Actor (Alec Baldwin), Worst Supporting Actress (Kelly Preston), Worst Director, Worst Screenplay and Worst Screen Couple (Myers and either Thing One or Thing Two), winning one for Worst Excuse for an Actual Movie (All Concept/No Content). As a result of the frequent mature themes, Audrey Stone Dimond Geisel, the widow of Theodor "Dr. Seuss" Geisel (who holds the rights to his work), declared that there were to be no further live-action film adaptations based on the works of Dr. Seuss, arguing that the film has clearly deviated from her late husband's family-friendly work.

'nuff said

My boys think it's a quality film....!

Just picked up another copy in store from Sainsburys for £3. The other copy is knackered.... LOL
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