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Oliver and Company

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Depressed Oliver, a tiny homeless cat, who struggles against having a bad life, where he has no place to live in and food to eat, wanders the streets in the night, where he has been attacked by a dangerous gang of dogs, that bring terrible for him and makes his life in danger, but everything changes when he meets a young rich girl.
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Empire Magazine
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November 13, 2009

Lacks the classic Disney charm that works for adults as well as kids
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Common Sense Media

December 26, 2010

Can't compete with Disney classics, but still fun.
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Time Out
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January 26, 2006

Much cornball adventure ensues, punctuated by healthy helpings of singing, dancing and general merriment.
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San Francisco Chronicle
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June 18, 2002

The film offers a fanciful, lush urban setting, unusual for Disney animated features, and a couple of good songs.
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Family Home Theater
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March 30, 2016

At just 74 minutes, Oliver and Company is one of the shortest full-length features from Disney, but there's a lot packed into it. While no one will ever mistake Oliver and Company for one of the Disney's golden oldies, it's still doggone entertaining.
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Chicago Reader
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November 13, 2009

The animation is fairly unexciting though serviceable, and the overall mystification of class difference would probably have made Dickens shudder, but kids should find this tolerable enough.
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Antagony & Ecstasy
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November 24, 2009

Quite insipid and wretchedly unengaging.
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USA Today

January 01, 2000

Despite three screenwriters and 13 names credited for the story, the script quickly sinks into a predictable 'girl-meets-pet, girl-loses-pet, girl-and -pet-reunite' sap-trap.
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TV Guide
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November 13, 2009

The computer-assisted animation is relatively stiff and inexpressive.
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Washington Post

November 13, 2009

Even as a cartoon poodle, Bette Midler stops the show.
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Washington Post

January 01, 2000

Take the kids. Have fun.
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