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“Garfield” has been a fixture of pop culture for nearly five decades, with the lazy cat’s antics delighting generations of fans. He’s conquered the world of comic strips and television entertainment, but his big screen endeavors, while profitable, haven’t been creatively thrilling. “The Garfield Movie” is a fully CG-animated affair after his last two efforts, 2004’s “Garfield: The Movie” and 2006’s “Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties,” strived to bring the cartoon creation into the world of live-action. The return to a pure animated realm for the character is welcome, with director Mark Dindal (“Chicken Little,” “The Emperor’s New Groove”) overseeing a brightly colored and highly slapstick experience for Garfield and his misadventures. “The Garfield Movie” wrestles with family film formula, but it’s visually appealing and backed by charming turns from most of the voice cast, who work to give the feature some personality missing from previous cinematic adventures. Read the rest at


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