A Review by Timothy Dickens
My apologies for being so MIA these days, but alas, mine Momma has busied herself so much that I rarely see her. What's that Momma? I'm being too DRAMATIC?! Ugh...whatever... anyway, I was able to enjoy Columbus Day with Momma and Grammie. We watched a DVD that none of us had ever seen a'fore. I feel it's my doodie as a cat to tell you all to watch this film:
Yesh. Breakfast at Tiffany's. Can you a'lieve none of us have never seen it a'fore?! I must say, I was very impressed with Holly Golightly. What now Momma?! That's not her real name? Oh...her real name am Audrey Hepburn. Mhmm...well, anyway, she was all way pretty in it and Momma thinked her couch was really neat. I kinda liked it myself! It's a tub that's cut in half with some pillows on it!! Two of my favorite places to hang out together in one spot...
The story was written by Truman Capote. I sawed him a few months ago on the talking box. What Momma? I didn't see him?! Well then who did I see?? Oh...somebean a'tending to be him. Oh. Well, anyway, he wrote the story and it was nothin' at all like what I or mine Momma expected. It was really fun! Wanna know the bestest actor in the whole movie? His name is Orangey and he played "Cat".
Orangey looks very much like my dear kind friend and Purresident of Catifornia, Larry. I think if Larry went into acting, he could a'come the next Orangey! He is afterall, a model! Wait. I'm getting off mine subject. So anyway, Orangey was in a bunch of different movies from the 50's and 60's (a long time a'fore I was born). He was the only cat to ever win two Patsy Awards! (Patsy-Picture Aminal Top Star of the Year) Those awards are like oscars for aminals! Bravo!
I must say he is exquisite in the role of "Cat, the poor slob without a name". If for nothing else, you should all watch the movie just to enjoy his portrayal of a poodin. I can't a'lieve how many tricks he learned to do! In this scene, he is waking up Holly...err...Audrey who is sleeping and does a great job at it! He meowed and everything! In another memoral scene, he is showing off his skills as a high wire actor and jumps down on to the shoulders of a bean at a party. Fenominal work!
I won't spoil it for you, but he's a big character in the movie and overshadows Audrey Hepburn completely. In the final scenes of the movie, he will leave you breathless with his skills to go beyond the call of doodie as an actor to pull off an amazing stunt. I'll just say it involves water.
Bravo! Go see it if you haven't already!