Miss Minoes

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Debbie

LOVEEEEEE IT!!!! Must See movie

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Marcie

Totally sweet. A great movie for children, or adults that still remember how to be a kid. The camera just loved Carice van Houten who carried the movie.

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Jennifer

Loved this...ailurophiles will love it...so will ailurophobes!

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Nicki

My second time watching this really cute and witty film. Great to watch when you don't want anything too serious. The subtitling wasn't synched when I streamed it, not sure why. Also seemed like not all of it was translated either. But, it doesn't matter...it's easy enough to get the gist ...Read more

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