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Strictly for (very) little kids, A Tale of Two Kitties features skilled voice actors but a plot that holds little interest.
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There's something kind of strange about a bunch of animals cooking in a kitchen, when many of those animals would normally be getting cooked in a kitchen. But that is the least of this movie's problems.
Even for the chubbiest comic cat in captivity, Garfield's onscreen shtick is wearing a bit thin.
The best thing that can be said about Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties is that the movie isn't quite as bad as its name.
Just consider A Tail of Two Kitties more endurable, more a movie than Garfield: The Movie, and you won't be too disappointed.
Over the entire length of the film, I counted four laughs. Thirty minutes in, there was even the sound of some cranky crying, and whines of 'But I don't wanna watch the funny kitty-cat.'
Kids should see Garfield: A Tale of Two Kitties. It'll help prepare them for a lifetime of mediocre entertainment ahead.
At 70-odd minutes it's a short film but not engrossing enough to make time fly.
The computer animation of the two cats is once again excellent, but the novelty has worn off.
When the hero of a movie is so greedy, obnoxious and selfish that you find yourself rooting for the bunny-hunting bad guy, something is off in a fundamental way.
after the atrocity that was Garfield: The Movie, I find myself much more forgiving and able to lower my expectations to the point this is at least watchable
It's a Garfield sequel. You were expecting something good?
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Cute movie. Garfield gets mistaken for a regal cat with a big inheritance. Funny scenes.
Awful, just awful!
Having enjoyed the first film, I feel this was a a worthy sequel, I love the computer generated Garfield with his entertaining dance moves. Bill Murray was the perfect pick for this voice.
So, it's the sequel, it's London and it's slightly based on the story The Prince and the Pauper.
Fun and easy watching and enjoyable for both kids and adults alike!
A childhood favourite and a classic!
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