Cat Shit One

2010

Action / Animation / War

105
IMDb Rating 7 10 1179

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720p.BLU
160.25 MB
1280*720
English
NR
23.976 fps
12hr 22 min
P/S 9 / 24

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Reviewed by trevillian-60328 9 / 10

I enjoy this short flick every time.

First off, i love rabbits! That is what got me to check this out, then upon starting it up, to see how well portrayed they were kept me watching. The cgi work is fantastic! Details like the shadow of Packy showing behind the wall he is crouched next to, the human like expressions on the buns and the camels faces turning them into humans, but not enough to make you sorry when Packy and Bota blow them away, which is also graphic. This is not meant for children, these two boys are meant to save 3 captives, only to see one seriously wounded and beaten and another shot at the outset which leads Packy to decide they can't wait for back-up and will act by themselves. So Botasky will be sniping from the ridge and he will go in to free the prisoners. They are doing quite well until the enemy picks up the light off Bota's scope and sends a couple of rockets his way, forcing him off the ridge. Packy in the meantime has both prisoners, Bota gets to him and the prisoners, much more street fighting, Botasky must leave with the 2 prisoners and Packy must stay to hold off the enemy so they can get to the pick-up point. Packy must buy time, he's warned more enemy is arriving before he can be evacuated, he told Bota not to come back, what's going to happen? Will reinforcements get there in time? See if our hero bunnies survive or not. I can deal with the graphic shots etc. partially because it's b/w movie and the head shots are from fairly long distances so it isn't focused on for long. So it's not shown as being gory, also there is no foul language unless the camel/enemy is using some, so i am not put off in that manner, just gotta say i like this for all the aspects i see in it. Enjoy hai!

Reviewed by Horst in Translation ([email protected]) 6 / 10

The Hare Locker

"Cute and Dangerous" could be the title for this 22-minute (20 without credits) animated short film as well. "Cat **** One" (really IMDb? I have to censor the title here???) is from the year 2010, so already over 5 years old and it is the only filmmaking effort by Kazuya Sasahara, who otherwise works in video games. The name already tells you that this is a Japanese production, but don't worry, there is an English dubbed version out there too. The title is a bit misleading as not only there is no sequel and there may never be, even if Sasahara had the intention to make one, but this is also not about cats, but about bunnies. We follow two rabbits and witness how they take down an enemy stronghold full of camel terrorists. The action is sometimes bloody and graphic, so this is not for young audiences, generally more suited for adults as they will also understand the military slang way better. I personally felt it could have needed some better character development or just better writing in general or should have run for 15 minutes max only. But the animation is good enough to make up for the really generic story line. The only non-generic aspect here is that we watch rabbits and camels in the middle of it all. I recommend this little piece. Thumbs up.

Reviewed by steveraw 8 / 10

Peeing myself at the cheesy brilliance of this tongue in cheek toon.

SPOILERS INCOMING!!!

(the feature is only 22 minutes long, so to say anything about it will give something away).

Two mercenary rabbits are sent to pull out a couple of hostages. Yes, you read that correctly... Rabbits. The hostages are being held captive by the enemy (played in this case by camels, so appropriate for Taliban style desert scum-bags I guess). The whole thing is these two rabb's getting in, grabbing the captives back, and getting to the evac point. That's it. It's short, animated, and a great little chuckle for war fans who are sick of Matt Damon and Gyllenhaal splattering their mugs all over everything with automatic fire in it. FYI: "Why rabbits as the American sounding mercs"? I hear you ask. Simples!... The Japanese word for Rabbit is Usagi (U.S.A. G.I.).

Enjoy.

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