Garfield's Pet Force (2009)





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In a parallel universe the heroic exploits of Garfield, Odie, Nermal, and Arlene are the stuff of legend, but even they may be no match for the diabolical comic book demoness named Vetrix. Vetrix has hatched a plan to make everyone in cartoon world her slaves, and with an army of zombies to do her bidding, she just might succeed. One minute, Garfield and friends are enjoying a sun soaked cookout, and the next they're doing battle with a malevolent alien and her mindless zombie minions. In order to defeat Vetrix, all the comic strip characters will have to become superheroes. Sure Garfield would rather be cooking out, but when he finally realizes just what's at stake, odds are good he'll rise to the challenge. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Animation , Kids & Family
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Written By:
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Twentieth Century-Fox Home Entertainment


Frank Welker
as Garfield the Cat

Critic Reviews for Garfield's Pet Force

All Critics (3)

perhaps at best a diverting, brief trip to the cinema that will keep very young viewers happy during the wait for the big studio family films.

Full Review… | September 1, 2011
The National (UAE)

This brief animated feature feels like a bit of a cheap rip-off that might work as a time-filler on children's television but doesn't warrant the expense of a family trip to the cinema.

Full Review… | October 10, 2010
Daily Express (UK)

I do long for the days of the cynical, bitter Garfield of yesteryear, but I can handle this for the time being.

Full Review… | September 20, 2010
7M Pictures

Iffy messages and guns make this a good one to skip.

Full Review… | December 15, 2009
Common Sense Media

Audience Reviews for Garfield's Pet Force

Let the fur fly! A comic book super hero in Garfield's world known as Garzooka comes crashing to planet Earth with a story of needing help with Garfield and friends being perfect allies. Garfield and his friends are given special uniforms that allow them to change into super heroes and fight Garzooka's enemies. "You have a sense of humor my interstellar brother." Mark A.Z. Dippe, director of Spawn, Halloweentown High, Garfield's Fun Fest, Reef 2, Gutsy Frog, Garfield Gets Real, and Ocean Quest, delivers Garfield's Pet Force. The storyline for this picture is clumsy and felt like an excuse to mix the super hero craze with Garfield. The animation was just okay and I didn't love the voices used for the characters. "We're too tired..." "...and the zombies keep coming." I randomly came across this movie on Netflix and added it to my queue to watch with my daughter. She was glued to it and watched it twice over the weekend. There were aspects of this movie that were okay, but this is definitely nothing special or worth adding to your child's DVD collection. "With this I can mutate everyone in the universe." Grade: C-

Kevin Robbins
Kevin Robbins

I like the first animated movie but this one is terrible period. Why did the gang have to be superheroes, why.

Ted Williams
Ted Williams

This film is awful. There is no other way to describe it. The animation is terrible, the voice acting is terrible, and the story is incredibly terrible. Whether your a kid, an adult, or are just bored, DO NOT see this film.

Steven Fino
Steven Fino

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