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Garfield's Pet Force (2009)

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Garfield / Garzooka / Monster / Narrator / Spike Guard / Kung Fu Guard / Dog / Lawyer / Keith / Computer Voice (voice)
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Vetvix (voice)
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Odie / Odious (voice)
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Jon / Emperor Jon (voice)
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Arlene / Starlena (voice)
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Nermal / Abnermal (voice)
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Billy / Horned Guard (voice)
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Randy / News Guy / Skinny Guard (voice)
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Bonita / Betty (voice)
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Wally / Professor Wally / Charles (voice)
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Nothing in the world can make Garfield get involved in anything besides eating, until the muscular super cat Garzooka comes crashing into Cartoon World from the Comic Book universe with terrifying news. Garfield summons up the willpower to join his superhero Garzooka in a fight to save their worlds. Written by Velvet Octopus

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Based on the popular 'Pet Force' novels made by Jim Davis. In the movie, Nermal is seen with an issue of 'Pet Force' and is reading it. See more »

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Only for... the very young, and not in heart but mind
13 May 2011 | by (Mexico) – See all my reviews

A little context: I, 22 year old, go to movies all the time with both my parents. There's few movies I can't get anything good out of, so I enjoy watching most. Even more so knowing my parents are happy in my company.

My feelings: Going in the theater with a cheery attitude for this 3D Computer Generated movie, from the moment it started I hoped for it to get better than the awkwardly innocent silliness that kept accumulating in both the movie play and in my unprepared mind. I felt so dumb for letting my parents decide to see this rather than the other option (my would-be 3rd viewing of Thor), and also for having the trailer -shown to me some months earlier- purposely forgotten.

My review: The plot summary is true, so I don't need to tell you anything more about it. What one could -wrongly- expect is that the way the plot unravels or is presented has some quality that redeems it for being merely a kid's movie cashing on the Garfield license. However this pic has nothing special going for it, just the dumb by-the- numbers approach. Sure, they put some effort into making it, they made a single slightly amusing scene with jumping out 3D stuff, whatever. By all that's good, this pic isn't worth the time spent on any part of the movie process, not the producing, not the animating,{...}, and very specially not experiencing it. There are a ton of better things a child could (and should) be doing, and you would be a bad parent if you force this upon your child.

Closing: Me and my parents? Why, we endured the whole of it thinking maybe each other would feel offended if any of us walked out and kept hoping it would get any better at any time soon; in retrospective we were a bunch of good-meaning fools. Except my dad who mercifully fell asleep.


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