Jon Arbuckle travels to the United Kingdom, and he brings his cat, Garfield, along for the trip. A case of mistaken cat identity finds Garfield ruling over a castle, but his reign is soon jeopardized by the nefarious Lord Dargis , who has designs on the estate.
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When his parents have to go out of town, Dennis stays with Mr. and Mrs. Wilson. The little menace is driving Mr. Wilson crazy, but Dennis is just trying to be helpful. Even to the thief who's arrived in town.
Garfield is back and this time Garfield and his canine sidekick Odie follows their owner, Jon Arbuckle, to England, the U.K. may never recover, as Garfield is mistaken for a look-alike, regal cat who has inherited a castle. Garfield savors the royal treatment afforded by his loyal four-legged subjects, but his reign is in jeopardy! The evil nefarious stubborn Lord Dargis is determined to do away with Garfield, so he can turn the castle into a resort. Garfield's bigger, better, more perfect world is soon turned upside down in this tale of two kitties. Written by
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The voice of Garfield in the movie (Bill Murray) was originally voiced by Lorenzo Music in the Garfield TV shorts and movies released in the 80's. Lorenzo Music was also the voice of Dr. Peter Venkman in the TV cartoon series, "The Real Ghostbusters", for the first season. Dr. Peter Venkman was originally played in "Ghostbusters" by Bill Murray. See more »
When Prince comes out of the sewer, he's shaking some of the dirt off him. When it zooms out right when the humans come by, the dirt disappears, and then re-appears when it zooms back on Prince and Odie. See more »
And there's the time I got hit by that car,
[scratches a line on the wall]
and the time I ate that six-day-old halibut.
[scratches another line on the wall]
That's only seven lives. I got two more. I'm gonna get out of this.
[a rock falls, creating a hole in the wall]
[pokes his head through the hole]
Winston and I have come to your rescue.
Took you long enough. What, did you finally hear my stomach growl?
[enters the dungeon]
No, but we heard your tiresome monologue. Bad halibut indeed.
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This is one of those movies where how you rate it depends greatly upon how you consume it. I took my three young ones (5,6 and 7) to see this and they were fully delighted. At just over 90-minutes it fits fully into their attention span. No one gets (really) hurt, there are talking animals, and the bad guy gets it real good in the end. For family consumption, it gets a 10.
Otherwise, this is a pretty bland movie and is firmly set to entertain young ones. The story is fairly bland, the acting is 'nice' and the music is 'nice', the bad guy is really 'bad', and all the grown ups are generally silly and two-dimensional. For a date movie this gets a 2.
In general, this is a good movie to enjoy a fearless Saturday afternoon out with your kids.
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