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Ver CatVideoFest 2020

A compilation reel of the latest and best cat videos culled from countless hours of unique submissions and sourced animations, music videos and classic internet powerhouses.

Genres
Documentary
Director
Alex P. Kitten

All Systems Operational


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Wednesday, 08 Apr 2020 04:34

Funny, sometimes very insightful. I don't remember any horror films or art films that were more than mere historical documents. It's a great idea and there's no denying that it's an excellent start of a great tradition of documentaries that will hopefully grow. The fact that it's being filmed in three countries gives it a certain international feel, but also makes it more challenging to make a film about such a wide variety of subject matter. The film begins in 1993 with the opening of the Mexico City Olympics and ends in 2018 with the opening of the Paris Olympics. I found it interesting that the opening is actually the opening of the Olympics in 1993, but it then takes about 2 minutes to get to the Olympics. I'm not sure what to make of that, but I'd be willing to bet that's intentional. It really makes you feel like you're watching an Olympic broadcast. I think if you're a big Olympic fan, it would be interesting to see the footage that was filmed at the start of the film and the ones that weren't. The film has a good sense of humor about it, like when they interview a guy who's been into rugby for about 30 years and he's still not allowed to do it. It makes you laugh, but also makes you feel like you're a little bit of a genius. The documentary style is really great, and it's not hard to see that these guys did their homework. I also really liked the way the men were filmed in Spain and the way they were filmed in Mexico. I don't think the film is flawless, but I really did enjoy it. It's definitely a film that's worth seeing. Maybe it's just because I don't watch a lot of documentary films, but I think there are a lot of documentaries that don't have a lot of merit to them.


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