I have enjoyed most of the Disney films I've reviewed formy Disneyfilms livejournal community but I think that I may have seen the best that the 70s and 80s had to offer as far as Disney films are concerned. Now I'm strugling to keep watching them so that I can have the reputation of having watched and reviewed every Disney film ever.
Charlie the Lonesome Cougar's plot is summarized by it's title. There's a cougar that likes people and he does clumsy and cute activities while a narrator and an editor try to make it a bunch of footage into a story and give the animals personalities. Animals don't have personalities and the movie bored the grease off of my skin. (Not really, but I would be very happy if it did) If you like cute things but do not like stories at all then rent this thing that I can't bear to write about any goddam more because it put me to sleep.
This is the first film made without Disney. I think that my friend Danielle would like it since all you have to do is cover something with fur and she will make "Aww" noises. I fear that someday she will get a flocking gun and spray everything in her room so that everything that she owns will be "cute." I'm talking about anything but the movie because there's nothing to say about Charlie the Lonesome Cocksucking Cougar.
I think they spoofed it in Me, Myself and Irene(2000). I think the poster has the word "teen-age" on it to draw in people who thought that teen-age was an electric word.
I give it a 3 of 10. It's still better than Black Hole in some ways.