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The movie follows the exploits of Garfield (Bill Murray), the large, lazy and wisecracking cat owned by hapless Jon Arbuckle (Breckin Meyer). When Jon's second pet, a dog named Odie, is abducted, it is up to Garfield, to find and rescue the canine.
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Village Voice
No one can accuse Garfield: The Movie of infidelity to its source: It faithfully conveys the banality of Jim Davis's cartoon.
June 15, 2004
Fat Guys at the Movies
I felt the same misery, despair, offense and nausea while watching this film as I did The Cat in the Hat.
January 17, 2016
Washington Post
Bland, workmanlike and instantly forgettable.
June 11, 2004
Hewitt's movie isn't without its laughs but it's ultimately a pretty pointless picture.
July 16, 2010
Urban Cinefile
Garfield is a cool cat with attitude, yet his debut on the big screen falls short by more than a whisker largely due to a script that relies on novelty value rather than fresh ideas.
October 18, 2008
Washington Post
There's nothing to recommend about this film except its sheer innocuousness.
June 11, 2004
Time Out
Without Murray, the film would have much less appeal.
June 24, 2006
Ebert & Roeper
... a film without energy and without spirit.
June 14, 2004
Globe and Mail
Though Garfield runs barely 80 minutes, it seems a good hour of it involves chases, furniture and luggage collapsing, and grown-up actors madly mugging.
June 13, 2004