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Running Time:
1 hour, 22 minutes

Rating: PG Parental Guidance Suggested.

Rating Explanation:
for animal action and humor.

Jimmy's Buzz Guide Review:
An uninspired follow-up to a not very good original, although this frantic takeoff on the James Bond movies has 3-D, which you might think helps; but it doesn't.

Additional Info:
with the voices of
James Marsden as Diggs
Nick Nolte as Butch
Christina Applegate as Catherine
Katt Williams as Seamus
Bette Midler as Kitty Galore
Neil Patrick Harris as Lou
Sean Hayes as Mr. Tinkles
Wallace Shawn as Calico
Roger Moore as Tab Lazenby
Joe Pantoliano as Peek
Michael Clarke Duncan as Sam
and Chris O'Donnell as Shane

Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore
Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore starring Chris O'Donnell: DVD Cover In this computer animated special-effects spy movie for kids, the hero is a genial German Shepherd named Diggs (voiced by James Marsden), a police dog who was fired from the force because of recklessness despite the support of his human partner Shane (Chris O’Donnell "Max Payne"). No sooner is he returned to the kennel than he’s recruited to join the canine agency devoted to stopping cats from taking over the world. Diggs is swiftly partnered with Butch (Nick Nolte) to track down Kitty Galore (Bette Midler), a hairless feline engaged in some dastardly plot against humans and canines.

There’s also a cat spy agency called Meows, whose special agent Catherine (Christina Applegate) is also on Galore’s tail, and together they track down Kitty by identifying her owner, an amusement park magician (Jack McBrayer). And after a number of obstacles they foil her scheme by transmitting a disruptive sound that will drive canines nuts world-wide. And they learn inter-species friendship in the process.

There are some amusing moments scattered through the picture, mostly provided by a spacey pigeon named Seamus (Katt Williams) who gets involved with Diggs and Catherine in their investigation. The use of 3-D is a worthless addition to Cats and Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore, noticeably making the film's brightness and attractive colors dim, and looking for most of the time like a regular 2-D feature that you have to wear sunglasses to watch. But for an additional ticket price, you, too, can enjoy the movie in all its 3-D visual glory.

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