Of all the country's Top Cat was sold to it was most popular in Mexico. Now in 2012, the world sees what Mexico did with Top Cat, the result is Alberto Mar's terrible film with the majority of the voice work dubbed into English by Jason Harris. The most immediate issue is the animation style; it looks like flash web animation. To look deeper, the film has the appearance of two opposing planes of 2D, the background is one layer and the characters are another sitting on top, which when projected via 3D exacerbates just how poor this is, making the fact it got such a wide release bewildering. Next, it has the story and feel of a 10 minute episode, only this 10 minute episode is stretched to 90 minutes. Even then the plot goes in some bizarre directions, with robots taking over the city, a hyper big brother state and Top Cat himself being sent to a dog prison. Then there is Spook who was once depicted as a beatnik, now he's ostensibly a 90s surfer. Top Cat the Movie is terrible, a pointless little film, with questionable appeal to justify its release outside of Mexico. Kids don't care about Top Cat and people who watched it as a kid largely don't care enough to see it, especially when it looks as bad as this.