Cat sis 2.0

Cat sis 2.0

"Cats" is a 2000 American science fiction horror comedy film written by Stephen King and directed by Dean Parisot. The film stars Jennifer Lopez, Matthew Broderick, Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Tobey Maguire, David Arquette, Janeane Garofalo, Peter MacNicol, and William H. Macy.

The film centers on a married couple who adopt two newborn kittens in the 1970s as their children. The adoptive parents soon discover the kittens are actually genetically engineered super-humans and the three of them embark on an epic quest to prevent them from destroying mankind.

"Cats" was the first collaboration between King and Parisot after the former refused to write the screenplay for Parisot's directorial debut "Small Soldiers". It was theatrically released in the United States on April 15, 2000, by Warner Bros. Pictures and New Line Cinema.


In the late 1970s, married couple David and Susan Fleck, vacationing in a hotel near New York City, adopt two kittens. The kittens, which seem similar to domestic cats, are also capable of speech. At first, the kittens talk a bit about food, play, and a litter box. Susan and David's three children, three-year-old twins David and Beth and seven-year-old John Paul, all seem to dislike the kittens, and as a result David and Susan get rid of the kittens. When Beth asks David why he killed them, he replies "I don't like them."

Fifteen years later, the trio decides to travel across the United States, and John Paul takes the kittens with them. A bus carrying the children and the kittens has an accident, and David is rescued from the wreckage. However, Beth and her parents, who are unaware of David's true identity, decide to return to David, who is in a hospital near Santa Cruz, California, for his injuries, and have the kittens killed so they can be returned to their previous owner.

Three weeks later, Beth, David, and their children are driving to Phoenix, Arizona, where David will meet Beth's parents, but Susan is left behind with her second husband. During the journey, David and the children start to dislike their new "brothers" and the dog they have with them. At one point, the family stops at a truck stop for a night in "Cowville".

On the day that they arrive, David and the children drive into the town to go on a tour. Beth and her father discuss their feelings about the kittens, and Beth says that the situation was complicated. Beth's mother thinks that she is too mean. Beth then leaves to go talk to David about it, and her mother stays behind. After spending time with David and the children, Beth's mother starts to have questions about the kittens and asks David to give her more information about them. As a result, David and Beth split up for the first time in the novel.

At the end of the book, David has taken the children to meet his mother and father in Phoenix. Beth realizes that her mother and stepfather have been taking advantage of her. Beth realizes that she and David cannot work together to keep the children safe.


Category:1986 American novels

Category:American children's novels

Category:Children's novels about animals

Category:Novels set in California

Category:1986 children's books

Category:Grosset &, Dunlap books

Category:Novels by Judy Blume

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