Cats in Film:

Cats in Film:

“Inside Llewyn Davis”  (2013) Inspired by the life of musician Dave Van Ronk, much has been made of the feline symbolism embedded in this road movie about a young folk singer named Llewyn, who struggles to make sense of himself while making something of his musical...
Dogs in Film:

Dogs in Film:

“The Three Musketeers”  (1973) In what could be described as the best slapstick swashbuckling action picture ever, Richard Lester’s “The Three Musketeers” includes a hilariously elaborate set-piece where a chess match is played on a giant “board” with dogs and...
Cats in Film:

Cats in Film:

“Keanu”  (2016) If you’re a fan of Comedy Central’s “Key & Peele” and a lover of cats, get excited that the comedy duo have made a film in which they play two buddies trying to rescue a missing kitten from the seedy underworld of gangland Los Angeles. ...
Dogs in Film:

Dogs in Film:

“The Jerk”  (1979) The first of four films on which comedy geniuses Steve Martin and Carl Reiner would collaborate, Martin plays the bumbling and loveable Navin Johnson in what may be the funniest movie ever made.  Right there beside Navin through all his...
Cats in Film:

Cats in Film:

“The Long Goodbye”  (1973) Based on Raymond Chandler’s 1953 novel, “The Long Goodbye” features Elliott Gould in the classic role of Philip Marlowe.  In this neo-noir version of Chandler’s yarn, a cat-loving detective is adrift in 1970s Hollywood.  His finicky...
Cats in Film:

Cats in Film:

“Cat’s Eye”  (1985) Written by the master of horror, Stephen King, in this film a grey tabby cat is deployed to connect three unique stories.  As the cat searches for a girl in danger, it encounters an array of dubious characters such as a quack doctor, an insane...