The Aristocats (Two-Disc Blu-ray/DVD Special Edition in Blu-ray Packaging)
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US Blu-Ray/Region All pressing. The DVD is NTSC/Region 1. In the heart of Paris, a kind and eccentric millionairess wills her entire estate to Duchess, her high-society cat, and her three little kittens. Laughs and adventure ensue as the greedy, bumbling butler pulls off the ultimate catnap caper. Now it's up to the rough-and-tumble alley cat, Thomas O'Malley, and his band of swingin' jazz cats to save the day.
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But the reason I gave it only 4 stars was mainly because of the cringe inducing character that is the Chinese cat. I'm really surprised that it hasn't been mentioned in other reviews, but oh my goodness I was cringing every time that character was onscreen, and just hoping he wouldn't talk afterwords. The other alley cats seemed to be other ethnicities, but they didn't really have outlandish accents or were extremely stereotypical (besides the hippie cat, but that isn't an ethnicity). The Chinese cat pronounced L's like R's, had huge buck teeth that the cats in Lady and the Tramp didn't have and played instruments with chopsticks. I get that this was from a long time ago where I'm sure it wasn't seen as a problem, but that character just aged poorly some 40 years later. It may seem harsh to rate this movie one star lower just because of one minor character, but it left such a poor taste in my mouth after watching the movie, that it offset a lot of the sweet and cute feelings this movie had initially had me feeling.
But I must admit I will probably watch this movie again, as it is overall very cute and the animation is great to look back at, but I wouldn't recommend letting children over 5 or 6 watch this, as I think the stereotype's will become more apparent, versus a small child who wouldn't really understand what is going on or understand stereotypes. Case in point I had watched this as a young kid, and re-watching it as an adult, I didn't remember any of the cats besides the main 5 very well.
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