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Friday · November 21 2003

I hesitate to place this under the "Watch" category here, because "Don't Watch" would be more appropriate.

A collection of Cat in the Hat hate reviews

"They may as well have skipped the hassle of securing licensing rights and simply called this mess Mike Myers: Asshole in Fur." from the Dallas Observer.

Haha

Archived: Watch » November 2003
What you had to say:
November 21 2003

Dude, I am so with you about how creepy he looks in this. It gives me the heebie-jeebies.

November 21 2003

I think I am official tired of Mike Myers too. It's sad to see the Cat in the Hat turned into this.

November 30 2003

Cat in the Hat is the worst movie I have ever seen. It is not appropriate for people of any age if they want to lead normal lives afterwards.

December 01 2003

It was the #1 movie in America. This should explain some of our abnormalities.

April 19 2004

I thought it was a great movie in fact im watching it right now my four kids love it they watch it at least 2 times a day.One is 4 ones 3 ones 2 and ones 19 months.Even though it has a couple of cuss words they are edited out so it dont matter much.
Thanks for the great movie,
monica

May 25 2004

I thought since this was based off of the famous Dr.Seuss book it would be a great movie for my 5 year old son to watch. I went right out and bought it for him without reading the rating ( my mistake) We watched it together and i couldn't believe some of the things that were said in this movie. The cuss word "son of a bitcheep" that was hardly beeped out and the little comment about the "dirty hoe" was not appropriate as the little saying when they pass the toilet with flames " that always burns my aaaaaahhhh" Come one children are not stupid and know what the movie is saying. Im afraid im going to have to take this movie away from my son cause i totally don't agree with the sayings they put in this movie at all.

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