That Darn Cat! Audio Film Review of ‘The Garfield Movie’

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CHICAGO – Patrick McDonald of audio film review for “The Garfield Movie,” an animated film based on the popular comic strip by Jim Davis, and featuring the Monday-hating, lasagna-loving Orange Tabby cat (voice of Chris Pratt) and his friends. In theaters on May 24th.

Garfield is introduced to his new generation audience as the fat cat owned by Jon (Nicholas Hoult) and lives with his “intern dog” Odie. After an unexpected reunion with his long-lost father Vic (Samuel L. Jackson), Garfield and Odie find themselves part of a dairy farm heist involving Otto the Bull (Ving Rhames), Jinx the Persian Cat (Hannah Waddingham) and a security guard name Marge (Cecily Strong).

The Garfield Movie
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Audio Film Review of “The Garfield Movie” by Patrick McDonald of …

“The Garfield Movie” is in theaters on May 24th. Featuring the voices of Chris Pratt, Samuel L. Jackson, Hannah Waddingham, Ving Rhames, Nicolas Hoult, Cecily Strong, Bowen Yang and Snoop Dogg. Screenplay adapted by Paul A. Kaplan, Mark Torgove and David Reynolds. Directed by Mark Dinal. Rated “PG senior staff writer Patrick McDonald

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