17 Cutest Cats in Movies



 

 

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17 Cutest Cats in Movies

By Evy Baehr, Executive Managing Editor  

 

1. Hello, Simba is clearly number one cute.

 

Simba from lion king

Movie: Lion King

 

2. Monty from Stuart Little makes clumsy look cute.

 

Monty_ stuart Little

Movie: Stuart Little

 

3. Garfield, it’s all about that fluff.

 

Garfield

Movie: Garfield

 

4. Lucifer, he’s a cute kitty even if he isn’t purrfect.

 

Lucifer, Cinderella

Movie: Cinderella

 

5. Let’s face it, the Aristocats are the stars of their own movie for a reason.

 

the Aristocats

Movie: the Aristocats

 

6. Hard to be cuter than Milo.

 

Milo from Milo and Otis

Movie: Milo and Otis

 

7. Si and Am’s cuteness gets them places.

 

Si and Am from Lady and the Tramp

Movie: The Lady and the Tramp

 

8. It’s for sure, you would never want to lose Sassie. 

 

Sassie-HomewardBound

Movie: Homeward Bound

 

 9. If wishes were horses we would be able to keep these guys, Sangha & Kumal, as pets.

 

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Movie: Two Brothers

 

10. Azrael is a trouble-maker, but just so cute. 

 

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Movie: The Smurfs

 

11. Aslan has looks and wisdom, the whole package really. 

 

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Movie: THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA

 

12. Mittens the Cat, come on, so darling.

 

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Movie: Bolt

 

13. Figaro’s cuteness spans history.

 

Figaro_Pinoccio

Movie: Pinnoccio

 

14. Puss has those eyes…can’t deny those eyes…

 

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Movie: Puss in Boots

 

 

15. Snowbell, just  look at that mane. 

 

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Movie: Stuart Little

 

16. Alex is so cute he’s helped create a franchise.

 

Alex_Madagascar

Movie: Madagascar

 

17. Bonus hour: Rufus is loving and cute.

 

Rufus, the rescuers

Movie: The Rescuers

Weekend Report



 

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May 25-27, 2012
MEN IN BLACK 3 finally removed MARVEL’S THE AVENGERS from the top spot with a solid opening, but THE AVENGERS in it’s fourth weekend still made more than most of the weekend winners of 2012 did on their opening weekend. It appears headed for an all time box office record.

Coming in third was Universal’s BATTLESHIP followed by Paramount’s nasty THE DICTATOR.

This week we again offer our new features showing all of 2012’s weekend winners in a chart color-coded by MPAA ratings. This is followed by our charts for major studio 2012 releases.

The magnitude of THE AVENGERS success is apparent in both charts.

Rank
Title Distributor
Quality
Acceptability
Rating
Language
Nudity
Sex
Violence
Christian
Biblical
1.
Men in Black 3 Sony Pictures
****
-1
PG-13
LLL
No N
No S
VV
C
BB
2.
Marvel’s The Avengers Walt Disney
****
-1
PG-13
L
No N
No S
VV
C
BBB
3.
Battleship Universal
***
-2
PG-13
LLL
N
S
VV
No C
BBB
4.
The Dictator Paramount Pictures
**
-3
R
LLL
NNN
SSS
VV
No C
B
5.
Chernobyl Diaries Warner Bros.
**
-3
R
LLL
No N
S
VVV
No C
B
6.
Dark Shadows Warner Bros.
***
-4
PG-13
L
No N
S
VV
No C
BB
7.
What to Expect When You’re Expecting Lionsgate
***
-3
PG-13
LLL
NN
SS
V
No C
B
8.
The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel Fox Searchlight
***
-2
PG-13
L
N
SS
V
No C
B
9.
The Hunger Games Lionsgate
****
-3
PG-13
L
N
S
VVV
No C
B
10.
Think Like a Man Sony/Screen Gems
***
-4
PG-13
LLL
N
SSS
No V
C
B
2012 Weekend Box Office Winners

Rated G PG PG-13 R
Jan 06 The Devil Inside
R
 $33,732,515
Jan 13 Contraband
R
 $24,349,815
Jan 20 Underworld Awakening
R
 $25,306,725
Jan 27 The Grey
R
 $19,665,101
Feb 03 Chronicle
R
 $22,004,098
Feb 10 The Vow
PG-13
 $41,202,458
Feb 17 Safe House
R
 $23,641,575
Feb 24 Act of Valor
R
 $24,476,632
Mar 02 Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax
PG
 $70,217,070
Mar 09 Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax
PG
 $38,846,020
Mar 16 21 Jump Street
R
 $36,302,612
Mar 23 The Hunger Games
PG-13
 $152,535,747
Mar 30 The Hunger Games
PG-13
 $58,551,063
Apr 06 The Hunger Games
PG-13
 $33,111,557
Apr 13 The Hunger Games
PG-13
 $21,096,824
Apr 20 Think Like a Man
PG-13
 $33,636,303
Apr 27 Think Like a Man
PG-13
 $17,604,141
May 04 Marvel’s the Avengers
PG-13
 $207,438,708
May 11 Marvel’s the Avengers
PG-13
 $103,052,274
May 18 Marvel’s the Avengers
PG-13
 $55,057,000
May 25 Men In Black 3
PG-13
 $55,000,000
Jun 01 Snow White and the Huntsman
PG-13
 for intense sequences of violence and action, and brief sensuality.
Jun 08 Madagascar 3
PG
 for some mild action and rude humor.
Jun 15 Rock of Ages
PG-13
 for sexual content, suggestive dancing, some heavy drinking, and language.
Jun 22 Brave
PG
 for some scary action and rude humor.
Jun 29 G.I. Joe Relaliation
 
Jul 08 The Amazing Spider-Man
PG-13
 sequences of action and violence.
Jul 13 Ice Age: Continental Drift
PG
 mild rude humor and action/peril.
Jul 20 The Dark Knight Rises
PG-13
 for intense sequences of violence and action, some sensuality and language.
Jul 27
Aug 03
Aug 10
Aug 17
Aug 24
Aug 31
Sep 07
Sep 14
Sep 21
Sep 28
Oct 05
Oct 12
Oct 19
Oct 26 Wreck-it Ralph
Nov 02 Skyfall
Nov 09 The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn 2
Nov 16 Rise of the Guardians
Nov 30
Dec 07
Dec 14 The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
Dec 21
Dec 28
Major Studios 2012 Release Schedule

Rated G PG PG-13 R
Disney
 
Average Box Office $158,238,317
Feb 17 The Secret World of Arrietty
G
 $19,111,269
Mar 9 John Carter
PG-13
 $72,456,000
Apr 20 Chimpanzee
G
 $27,714,000
May 4 Marvel’s The Avengers
PG-13
  $513,672,000
Jun 22 Brave
PG
some scary action and rude humor.
Jun 29 People Like Us
 
 
Aug 15 The Odd Life of Timothy Green
 
 
Oct 5 Frankenweenie
 
 
Nov 2 Wreck It Ralph
 
 
Fox
 
Average Box Office $52,802,790
Jan 20 Red Tails
PG-13
 $49,866,614
Feb 3 Chronicle (2012)
PG-13
 $64,511,763
Feb 17 This Means War
PG-13
 $54,586,784
Apr 13 The Three Stooges
PG
 $42,246,000
Jun 8 Promethius
R
sci-fi violence including intense images, and brief language.
Jun 22 Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter
 
 
Jul 13 Ice Age: Continental Drift
PG
mild rude humor and action/peril.
Jul 27 The Watch
 
 
Aug 3 Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days
 
 
Sep 28 Won’t Back Down
 
 
Oct 5 Taken 2
 
 
Oct 26 Of Men and Mavericks
 
 
Nov 21 Parental Guidance
 
 
Dec 21 Life of Pi
 
 
Paramount
 
Average Box Office $37,694,648
Jan 6 The Devil Inside
R
 $53,261,944
Mar 9 A Thousand Words
PG-13
 $18,374,000
May 16 The Dictator
R
 $41,448,000
Jun 8 Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted
PG
for some mild action and rude humor.
Jun 29 G.I. Joe: Retaliation
 
 
Jul 5 Katy Perry: Part of Me
 
 
Oct 19 Paranormal Activity 4
 
 
Oct 26 Fun Size
 
 
Nov 2 Flight
 
 
Nov 21 Rise of the Guardians
 
 
Dec 21 Cirque Du Soleil: Worlds Away
 
 
Dec 21 One Shot
 
 
Dec 25 The Guilt Trip
 
 
Sony
 
Average Box Office $77,743,659
Jan 20 Underworld Awakening
R
 $62,321,039
Feb 10 The Vow
PG-13
 $125,014,030
Feb 17 Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance
PG-13
 $51,177,002
Mar 16 21 Jump Street
R
 $135,117,543
Apr 20 Think Like A Man
PG-13
 $88,272,000
Apr 27 The Pirates! Band of Misfits
PG
 $27,304,000
May 25 Men In Black 3
PG-13
 $55,000,000
Jun 15 That’s My Boy
R
crude sexual content throughout, nudity, pervasive language and some drug use.
Jul 3 The Amazing Spider-Man
PG-13
sequences of action and violence.
Aug 3 Total Recall (2012)
Aug 10 Hope Springs
Aug 17 Sparkle (2012)
Aug 24 Premium Rush
Sep 14 Resident Evil: Retribution
Sep 21 Hotel Transylvania
Sep 28 Looper
Oct 12 Here Comes the Boom
Nov 9 Skyfall
Dec 19 Untitled Kathryn Bigelow
Universal
 
Average Box Office $71,246,011
Jan 13 Contraband
R
 $66,528,000
Feb 3 Big Miracle
PG
 $20,157,300
Feb 10 Safe House
R
 $126,181,630
Feb 24 Wanderlust
R
 $17,288,155
Mar 2 Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax
PG
 $210,855,000
Apr 6 American Reunion
R
 $56,693,000
Apr 27 The Five-Year Engagement
R
 $27,965,000
May 18 Battleship
PG-13
 $44,300,000
Jun 1 Snow White and the Huntsman
PG-13
for intense sequences of violence and action, and brief sensuality.
Jul 6 Savages (2012)
R
for strong brutal and grisly violence, some graphic sexuality, nudity, drug use and language throughout.
Jul 13 Ted
R
crude and sexual content, pervasive language, and some drug use.
Aug 3 The Bourne Legacy
PG-13
violence and action sequences.
Dec 14 Les Miserables (2012)
Dec 21 This Is 40
Warner Bros.
 
Average Box Office $48,321,603
Jan 13 Joyful Noise
PG
 $30,932,113
Feb 10 Journey 2: The mysterious Island
PG
 $102,652,434
Mar 2 Project X
R
 $54,731,865
Mar 30 Wrath of the Titans
PG-13
 $82,043,963
Apr 20 The Lucky One
PG-13
 $58,273,000
Apr 20 To The Arctic
G
 $1,617,848
May 25 Chernobyl Diaries
R
 $8,000,000
Jun 25 Rock of Ages
PG-13
sexual content, suggestive dancing, some heavy drinking, and language.
Jun 29 Magic Mike
R
pervasive sexual content, brief graphic nudity, language and some drug use.
Jul 20 The Dark Night Rises
PG-13
for some intense sequences of violence and action.
Aug 10 The Campaign
Aug 24 The Apparation
Sep 7 Gangster Squad
Sep 28 Trouble with the Curve
Oct 12 Argo
Dec 14 The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
Dec 14 The Great Gatsby (2012)