Garfield's Pet Force

Garfield's Pet Force

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.

With help from an army of zombies, Vetrix plans to dominate everyone. That stops Garfield and friends from enjoying a sun as any usual day and encourages them to fight against the alien and her mindless zombie minions to save their world. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Alex S (kr) wrote: If Swiss Army Man weren't so gimmicky, it might have actually had some impact. There is a big, thought-provoking meaning that shines through, but just when we get immersed in that we're brought back to incessant farting and directionally motivated erections. Whatever skills Swiss Army Man may have is far overshadowed by its constant begging to be unique and its crudeness.

Matthew S (ca) wrote: Matthew Lillard's film succeeds far better than I had anticipated. Much of this film's success is rooted in the performances of Jacob Wysocki, Matt O'Leary and Billy Campbell. In some ways if seems like the movie should be predictable, but it constantly seems to surprise. Wysocki is particularly impressive. How a 30-something man can getaway with playing a teenager is amazing. He does. As does Matt O'Leary -- they both seem and appear to be children on the verge of adulthood.

Tito L (gb) wrote: The ambientation is good, but the film is boooored and the end is insipid.

Mikhail B (nl) wrote: A very credible account of the uneasy history of curing mental illnesses that, according to the author of this documentary, has been showing incredibly little progress in the last two centuries. The accurate facts are very finely rigged in order to convince the audience that psychiatry has to date been nothing more than a perverted vehicle of torture, political suppression and drug-dealing. I have to say, I've been partly convinced by the film's arguments in the sense that very little is known about human psyche and the huge healthcare budgets are currently dumped to a virtually hopeless business of turning the country's population into a bunch of sedative drug addicts. The problem with this film is that it is in turn financed by scientologists, who themselves are trying to hook thy neighbour onto a different, but just as addictive a drug of cult discipline. Excellent film, except for its financiers.

Michael B (us) wrote: Nicely done and although Quaid was nominated for a Globe as well as an Emmy for his portrayal of a Clinton he was a little overwrought in the part. Hope Davis who was also nominated for a Globe and Emmy (although not for a SAG Award surprisingly) was terrific as Hillary and really no love for the wonderful Michael Sheen?

Andrew B (it) wrote: Lucas gets a new job and invites his boss and boss's wife (Rampling) to dinner. Rampling causes a scene, then tries to seduce Lucas then commits suicide in his home. Gainsbourg (Lucas's wife) then goes a bit mad and has an affair with, then conspires with Lucas to murder the boss. Then a Hollywood ending ! It's completely mad of course. And there's more than one Lemming in it too.

Brett E (us) wrote: It had its moments, but overall I'd say skip it. It had the look of a cheesy made-for-TV movie. The best actor here was the girl's father.

Ann D (gb) wrote: ebert was right. that is indeed one of hell of a sex scene. helen shaver brings depth and sexiness to the part. the dialogue in stilted at times (characters speak in awkward metaphors). if charbonneau's character looked more convincingly 50's, i think i would have liked her better. her energy and appearance were too contemporary- and kind of disrupted the period trappings. she is still a credible lesbian though. this is a well-acted, thoughtful film made with craft (cinematography by robert elswit). all very impressive considering how low-budget it is...

Alec B (fr) wrote: The screenplay is undeniably compelling and Philip Baker Hall's performance is wonderfully manic.

Joseph S (gb) wrote: Burt, NASCAR, and a cameo by DALE need I say more

Leo K (au) wrote: A truly brilliant acting performance in an awful movie. A guilty pleasure!

Zoe S (it) wrote: Was not as good as i thought it would be... it had a really good built up but the ending was disappointing... could have been so much better... thought Marc Warren played the part of Dracula well....

Niloo R (jp) wrote: halle berry was very good, but i kinda felt like the movie didn't have a point, like there was no progression of a plot ...