Movie Review: THE GARFIELD MOVIE

 Garfield is an American comic strip created by Jim Davis which chronicles the life of the title character Garfield the cat, his human owner Jon Arbuckle, and Odie the dog. 




So far, 5 movies have hit the screens in the Garfield franchise. Namely thr Garfield: The Movie (2004), Garfield: A Tail of 2 Kitties (2006), Garfield Goes Real (2007), Garfield’s Fun Fest (2008) & Garfield’s Pet Force (2009).


 The Garfield Movie is the 6th in the series. Garfield (voiced by Chris Pratt), the world-famous indoor cat, is about to have a wild outdoor adventure! 

After an unexpected reunion with his long-lost father – a street cat named Vic (voiced by Samuel L. Jackson) , Garfield and his dog friend Odie (voiced by Harvey Guillen) are forced from their perfectly pampered life into joining Vic in a hilarious, high-stakes heist.

Garfield holds a grudge against his dad for abandoning him as a kitty. What happens when they are both thrown together in tough situations in the heist? What dangers does the pampered Garfield face in the wild? Does he reconcile with his father?

The movie is  delightful adventure  of Garfield and Odie. The cute scenes of baby Garfield and Jon are a fuzzy delight. 

The film is a roller coaster of fun moments as in Garfields luxurious life pampered to the hilt by Jon , to emotional moments between Vic and Garfiled. Their  adventures at the Lactose Farm are super fun for both kids and adults alike.

The dialogues are witty, the visuals are colorful and attractive especially for kids and the young at heart and there is a strong emotional connect all the characters.  The screenplay moves racily ahead with never a dull moment.  At the end of it all the film leaves you wanting more.

A delightful summer fun watch for the family.  

Rating : 4 /5

CREDITS – 

Directed by-Mark Dindal

Based on the televise Based on the comic strip, Garfield by Jim Davis

Voice

Edited by- Mark Keefer 


Music by-John Debney

Sony Pictures Entertainment India Release



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