Cute story that suffers from cliches and poor dubbing
Minoes is a fairly formulaic rendition of a popular Dutch book. Cat becomes girl due to interaction with toxic waste. Fine with me, it beats spiders anyday. Girl acts like cat, hangs out on rooftops and gets chased up trees. She is also mysteriously and conveniently furnished with clothing and a suitcase. Girl and shy cub reporter uncover conspiracy against felines and humans in the guise of greedy, polluting capitalist and do their civic duty. Charlotte's Web it is not.
The violence, implied and actual, is not much but it occupies critical points in the plot and therefore is portrayed more dramatically than you might otherwise expect. What I found even more objectionable but which the kids will probably not mind is the dubbing. It appears to be done by third-rate British voice actors trying hard not to sound *too* British. Productions like this are why some people prefer subtitles. Most problematic, though, in my book, is the anachronistic pitchfork-and-torch mob treatment of the cartoonish villain in the end. You may want to talk to your kids about lynch mobs, civil society, due process, and the rule of law after they watch this film.