An evil mind. A twisted mind. George W. Bush probably liked this movie.Originally quoted by Brain, which was further posted by Brainatra
I usually make it a point to never walk out on a movie, given the price of admission these days...(muttering) $5.50 for a *matinee*...*really*...but frankly, I'd rather sit through that collection of cheap shock value gags known as "Scary Movie 2" than *this*....*mice being eaten*....*loathsome felines trying to take over the world*....what sort of mind would find this amusing?!?
Re: Cats portrayed as the enemy, dogs portrayed as the defenders.
That probably stems from the fact that many shows/movies, mostly cartoons, have a cat as either the villian or the sidekick to the villian. I can give many examples:
-The Great Mouse Detective Toby's part of the good guys and Tabitha (?) was part of Ratcliff's gang.
-Inspector Gadget The dog (whatsisname?) was sidekick to Penny and guardian to Inspector Gadget. Meanwhile, the mysterious Dr. Claw has a big fat cat (tabby? Big thing with tabbies)
-Powerpuff Girls There was that one episode with the evil cat. You know which one I'm talking about.
-Pinky and the Brain This is obviously obvious. But in regards to an enemy to all of humankind, Precious would be counted in this list.
There are more, but I can't think of any right now.