The Nine Lives of Fritz the Cat (1974) a Quick Review

Nine Lives of Fritz the Cat is as irreverent as it's originator. There is more social commentary to be had as in Fritz the Cat. There is also a look at what was thought to be the future of the USA at the time (dew to the racial divide and the moronic desire for a certain sector of white society to have a "land of their own"). It looks at authoritarianism, the failing of communism, and much more. Still a lot of over the top racial, political, and social exaggerations here, as in it's predecessor. It's not as good as the one that spawned it, and it's sure to have been a reach for more money after the success of Fritz the Cat, but I still gave it an 8/10. I will watch this again in the future.
 

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