Garfield

Garfield

Garfield, the fat, lazy, lasagna lover, has everything a cat could want. But when Jon, in an effort to impress the Liz - the vet and an old high-school crush - adopts a dog named Odie and brings him home, Garfield gets the one thing he doesn't want. Competition.

The movie follows the exploits of Garfield (Bill Murray), the large, lazy and wisecracking cat owned by hapless Jon Arbuckle (Breckin Meyer). When Jon's second pet, a dog named Odie, is abducted, it is up to Garfield, to find and rescue the canine. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Zahid C (gb) wrote: Day: SundayDate: 2 Dec 2012Time: 11.00 pmWith: No OneOn: HD TV

Nancy S (mx) wrote: awesome movie for those that are Beauty and the Beast Fans. Great twist to a prequel and full storyline.

Jacqueline B (fr) wrote: I enjoyed both the book and the film. However the film made me realize that because Joan had no facial hair or evidence of shaving, and lacked the frontal ridge structure found in male skulls, it seemed very unlikely that binding breasts or not, a woman couldn't have passed as an adult male for very long. But I wish the story could have been true.

Cristian L (jp) wrote: A great kids film that tells the story of a struggling team in a world that captured many kids of my generation.

Sean J (gb) wrote: This movie is rife with boring wooden acting and burdened with an aimless plot that weighs it down like a ton of bricks. Feels like it was written by a high schooler. The titular Rapture that you and the main character wait the whole movie for is a total letdown as far as cinematic experiences go. This movie was a yawnfest that I struggled to get through. I personally wanted a real rapture to occur while I was watching this so I'd have an excuse to stop.

jay n (gb) wrote: Pretentious bit of navel gazing is slow moving but okay until Segal's character crosses a line from which the movie never recovers. Marsha Mason is good in a secondary role.

Cha t (ru) wrote: "Hey LOOOSEEE. I'm HOOOOoome"

Rick S (us) wrote: This movie demonstrates why Robert Downey Jr. is perhaps one of the most under appreciated actors of our time. Despite some unevenness in the screenplay with some forced moments of melodrama, this movie is well presented, beautifully filmed and built around Downey's awesome performance. This is a very entertaining movie worth watching.

Tatsuhito K (ag) wrote: A great film that I admire rather than I like or enjoy. Dustin Hoffman is absolutely terrific as Raymond and Tom Cruise is, surprisingly, on a par as Ray's younger brother. There are a couple of genuinely touching and funny moments, and I absolutely adore the scenes that happen in Las Vegas (from the black jack montage to the dance between Hoffman and Cruise. They are good stuff); but for the most part I found the film to be frustrating, partly because I could feel Charlie's frustration that comes from taking care of his autistic brother and seeing that on screen (whether it's at the movie or on your laptop) is not particularly fun. Maybe it was meant to be that way and if that's the case, well, it does a great job at that. Wonderfully directed by Barry Levinson (I wish he could make a movie like this again instead of dull "The Humbling" or very unfortunate "What Just Happened?") and superbly acted, Rain Man is flawed and not exactly my cup of tea, but I agree that this is a really good movie.

Steve G (mx) wrote: The cops just ended up abusing the law. That's not really any better. But I've officially seen a Rock movie.