The trailer got me on the fence as to watch this or not, but the synopsis: "A disgraced fertility doctor runs a clinical trial in which four women give birth to kittens." Was just so enticing I had to check it out. And I'm glad I did.
This is a pretty funny low budget Canadian comedy. I was really impressed overall by the relatively big cast especially: Janet Porter, Zarrin Darnell-Martin and (in smaller roles) Helene Robbie, Billy MacLellan, Ramona Milano. Were just really funny and on point.
Only Stephanie Belding and especially Michael James Regan kind of bombed. And that last one was made even worse thanks to sup-par unnatural editing for his scenes.
My biggest critique is that the film did not end right after the first birth. There is an extra 15 minutes after to forcefully tie up all the story ends but you won't care an you will be bored. The cat is already out of the bag, literally. My advice, just turn it off after you pull yourself together from laughing from the singular best joke and moment of the film. The film weirdly seems to take itself too serious after it, destroying the beautiful absurdity, tone and comedy of the rest of the film.
Also to be honest I'm biased and really don't like cats or people that especially like them. This film however makes fun of cat lovers and ended up being a real treat! So if you have a similar sentiment don't let it stop you giving this film a try.