Teacher's Pet Reviews

October 29, 2008
January 29, 2004
While an absurdity or two can be tolerated and cartoon physics is perfectly okay in this sort of thing, the simple fact is that the illogical plotholes generally hurt the movie.
January 24, 2004
Occasionally clever, but unworthy of being the swan song of Disney's hand-drawn animation department. Too loud, screeching and annoying.
January 20, 2004
At home, the movie will probably play like the pleasantly dull video babysitter it is. As a big-screen feature, however, it just feels superfluous.
January 19, 2004
Disney's Teacher's Pet tries hard to be a musical in the form of a quirky animated kid's movie, but ultimately it can't get past the inanity of it all.
January 18, 2004
It's... played at such a level of hysteria that aspirin ought to be given out with the tickets.
January 18, 2004
It was a bad enough TV show; moving this puppy to the big screen was a huge waste of space.
January 17, 2004
Only for fans of the cartoon series ... but even if you love the series, why pay the high price of theater tickets to see a slightly extended version of the exact same thing?
January 16, 2004
Should have been pared down into an episode of the series.
January 16, 2004
Give Teacher's Pet a C-.
January 16, 2004
Originality aside, parents expecting a mainstream film may want to wait until another Disney cartoon featuring happy woodland creatures comes along.
January 16, 2004
A big disappointment, especially hailing from the Mouse House.
January 16, 2004
A one-joke movie based on a one-joke Disney TV show.
January 16, 2004
Teacher's Pet barrels along on a diverting enough sugar high, but in the hangover that follows you may wonder where the wonder was.
January 15, 2004
Disney's latest attempt at TV-series-to-theaters is a kids' film designed to give adults migraines, despite animation innovations and unique design.
January 15, 2004
Will leave kids bored and parents scratching their heads.
January 15, 2004
I felt as if the theater had tapped into a cable broadcast coming into a house down the street.
January 14, 2004
[I]n a movie where the dog speaks and sings like Nathan Lane, one wonders why he should live out his days fetching sticks for a dumb kid.