Peter-No-Tail in America

Peter-No-Tail in America

Peter-No-Tail (Pelle Svanslös) is a cat who was born without a tail. He compensates this by studying hard and, much to the dismay of his arch-rival Magnus (Måns), he receives a fancy university degree very few cats in the university town Uppsala, Sweden have obtained. Peter is visited by his American relative Pelle Swanson who invites him to visit his new home country America - in the movie called Americat. There everything is bigger and everything seems possible.

Pelle is a cat who was born without a proper tail. He compensates this by studying hard and, much to the dismay of his archrival Måns, receives a fancy degree very few cats in Sweden have ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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John P (gb) wrote: Very disappointing with the way this film portrays America and American soldiers. Just more Hollywood film makers and actors who think they are doing something liberating but all they are really doing is making America weaker.

Demi B (ca) wrote: Good movie great ending althoe cats are my fave animal i loovve doggys 2!

Breanna C (jp) wrote: HIlarious! I love Drawn Together. I makes more sense if you watch the shows first though.

James S (kr) wrote: This is when moviegoers started realizing that 3D isn't all that important in a movie. The animation look like blue cancerous tumors! I thought Space Chimps was bad. What was I thinking?!

Bill B (au) wrote: The sequel presents more of the same, turning the spotlight on the entire world this time around. There are hot Serbian babes into Star Trek? Duly noted.The annoying kid from the first one is re-visited, who is still an annoying goofball, despite the fact that he's found a girlfriend/wife and is working in special effects for shows that I actually like. As long as they keep him behind the scenes, we're all good. Dude's fucking irritating.Well worth a look, give it a peep.

Pablo B (gb) wrote: una de las mejores peliculas uruguayas de todos los tiempos....

BruceGifford J (nl) wrote: Such a huge disappointment when I loved the first one so much.

The B (jp) wrote: This was lame. Put us Aussies to shame.

Stephanie L (de) wrote: very sweet and emotionally moving film.

Dan B (us) wrote: This unnecessary sequel to Once Were Warriors is marginally more violent (at least in terms of occurrence) than it's predecessor but not nearly as hard hitting. The redemption story line is weak and lame and it's pretty much a poor effort in every respect. See the original and leave it there.

PY C (jp) wrote: What in the world did I just watched?

David B (es) wrote: A really enjoyable late German silent that seems to anticipate films like "M" and "Three Penny Opera" with it's street scene set design. A one hit wonder that is worth revisiting.

Anthony I (au) wrote: This is a strange movie, make no mistake about it. It's crass, dated, slightly insensitive and confusing. But for film enthusiasts, it's a must see. Robert Downey Sr. doesn't make movies for any audience, so dare yourselves to sit through this one. But you'll be pleasantly surprised by how eclectic and surreally hilarious most of the film is.

Steve W (br) wrote: It was pretty much a really long montage. There isn't a lot of plot besides a small love triangle, and John Wayne doesn't do a lot in the film. There wasn't enough conflict or story, so it doesn't add up to much.

Private U (it) wrote: This is supposed to be based on the 1930's incident in Michigan involving the Black Legion. Living down in the South, it looks more like the KKK. Anyway, it's a great social commentary and character development story. Bogart is outstanding. This is an excellent black and white movie that should NEVER be colorized

Troy K (kr) wrote: Surprising good movie, ending could have gone on even longer.