Garfield Gets Real | Full Movie
Garfield Gets Real
- 1h 14m
Follow Garfield behind the scenes in Cartoon World where he grows bored with his life as a comic strip star. Thinking that life is greener on the other side of reality, Garfield decides to escape to the “real world”. Leaving his friends, family and job behind, he soon realizes that real-life cats don’t enjoy the perks of cats in the entertainment biz.
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Common Sense Says
Computer animation has bathroom humor, some name-calling.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Garfield Gets Real is a 2007 computer-animated feature. Despite brief instances of juvenile humor (a whoopee cushion is used, a dog is seen drinking out of a toilet bowl, a bear blows his nose and sends the tissue landing on a woman's face), this movie is best for younger children and fans of the Garfield comic strip. There also is some minor name-calling ("butt," "losers"), as well as some peril when Garfield, Odie, and their new friend Shecky hang upside down from a chandelier while the building they're in begins to burn down. Still, this is a mostly tame and fairly enjoyable movie starring the comic-strip world's most beloved cat.
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- Genre:Kids, Animation
- Release Date:November 20, 2007