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Download Garfield Full Movie | Quality Garfield Ipod

Posted on: March 19, 2013

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Genres: Family , Comedy
Actors: Ryan McKasson , Randee Reicher , Rufus Gifford , Daamen J. Krall , Vanessa Christelle , Mark Christopher Lawrence , Evan Arnold , Bill Murray , Stephen Tobolowsky , Jennifer Love Hewitt , Breckin Meyer , Susan Moore , Eve Brent , Bill Hoag , Michael Monks
Director: Peter Hewitt
Country: United States
Year: 2004
IMDB Rating: 4.8/10 (36162 votes)

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. One night Odie runs away and gets dog-napped after Garfield locks him outside. Garfield, in an out of character move, goes to search for and rescue Odie with the help of a variety of animal friends along the way.

Film Review

I was hoping for a film with the same attitude as the newspaper comic strip (where it started) and cartoons I have seen, but with more energy put in, and not a great plot this film from director Peter Hewitt (The Borrowers, Thunderpants) suffers a bit. Basically Garfield (voiced by Bill Murray, he has his moments, but not as good as Lorenzo Music) is the fat, lazy, greedy, lasagne loving, and almost completely selfish cat (in computer animation, not looking as gloomy, and moving his mouth, although it still looks like no-one listens to him), who lives with his owner Jon (Road Trip's Breckin Meyer, who doesn't look anything like the cartoon version). Jon is in love with his old school mate and Garfield's vet Liz (I Know What You Did Last Summer's Jennifer Love Hewitt), and when attempting to tell his feelings for her, Jon instead gets a new dog, Odie (who should have also been animated to look like the cartoon version, it might have made it funnier). Garfield obviously …

With having enjoyed watching the late 80s/early 90s animated TV series Garfield and Friends when I was growing up,I,became pretty happy when a friend of mine gave me a DVD of the film for a gift.Though the film has more of a Home Alone feel than the TV show had,it is still a very enjoyable family film.The plot:Garfield the cat and his owner Jon have been friends for many years,with Jon always letting Garfield relax round the house,and Garfield always being there to keep Jon company.Having him round the house also gives Jon a reason to constantly take him to the vets.Where,just by chance-his long-time crush Liz is working as a vet.On one of the visits,Garfield gets a horrible surprise,when he discovers that Jon has adopted a dog from Liz called Odie.As Jon gives all of his attention to Odie,and none at all to Garfield.Due to this,Garfield ends up snapping,and on one night,he chucks Odie out of the house!.What Garfield does not know is, that whilst he is sleeping in his nice warm bed,Od…

I remember going to see this at the cinema at the young age of nine, i was a huge fan of Garfield, at nine, the film was a real treat!Then me and my mates kept watching the DVD over and over and i got sick of it!Then Three years later, on Wednesday night, i decided to watch it, to see if i would still enjoy it, i was pleasantly surprised!The film is about fat-cat Garfield who is living life good and lazy until Jon brings home Odie from the vet, Garfield hates Odie and purposely lets him run away from home. Then he realises that he has done wrong and gets of to save Odie!So overall, a pleasant,enjoyable film that many should enjoy!7/10

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