Garfield's Pet Force

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20th Century Fox Released 2009

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Released:
2009
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G
Garfield’s Pet Force is a straight-to-DVD computer animated film featuring America’s favorite low-energy feline, Garfield. Written by Garfield creator, Jim Davis, the movie is based on his collections of his Garfield spin-off, Pet Force, which sounds crazy. The plot revolves around a female demon from the Comic Book World and her goal to enslave all of Cartoon World. So there’s a lady demon, somehow she’s traveling between different media-themed worlds and, of course, Cartoon World’s first line of defense is…Garfield? Really? Whatever. At first, Garfield doesn’t want to get involved, but then somebody messes with his lasagna or something and he gets his act together. Also, apparently aliens and zombies are involved, sounds a little far fetched. Legendary voice over artist, Frank Welker, plays Garfield, which is something. He also plays a billion other characters because that man is a dynamo. He played Scooby-Doo and Freddy…at the same time…’nuff said.
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  • Crappy sequel to a crappy movie.

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    I honestly really hated Garfield Gets Real. That movie was almost as boring as those stupid Twilight movies. This movie is just as boring as its predecessor. The animation is terrible and makes the PS1's CGI look like it has the Xbox One's graphic capabilities. Again with the animation, it is poorly rendered, undetailed, and the shading is practically nonexistent, which makes it look like a crappy game for a Windows 95 computer with tons of bloom. It is too bright for my taste. Am I going blind? The plots are so boring, I just get bored by just trying to think about them or explain them to you. All I know is, it is supposed to be a mediocre superhero film, but much worse.moreless

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Animation, Drama, Kids

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Pre-Teens, Tweens, Family Dramas