Tom & Jerry
Studio: Warner Animation Group Release Date : February 26, 2021 Series: Feature Films: Warner Bros.
Cumulative rating:
(4 ratings submitted)

Synopsis

No synopsis currently available.

Characters

Tom (II)
Jerry (II)
Spike, the Bulldog

Credits

Director

Tim Story

Live Action Actor

Chloë Grace Moretz
Michael Peña
Colin Jost
Rob Delaney
Ken Jeong

Music

Christopher Lennertz

Producer

Chris DeFaria (II)

Executive Producer

Tim Story
Adam Goodman
Steven Harding
Sam Register
Jesse Ehrman
Allison Abbate

Production Design

James Hambidge

Music Supervision

Kier Lehman

Writer

Kevin Costello

Editor

Peter S. Elliot


Distributor(s)

Warner Bros.

DVD

United States

Tom & Jerry

BluRay Disc

United States

Tom & Jerry

Technical Specifications

MPAA No.: 52941
MPAA Rating: PG
Animation Type: Combined Computer Animation (CGI) and Live-Action
Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
Original Language: English
Original Country: United States

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From PopKorn Kat :

When the first trailers for this movie were released, I kept my expectations low. Live-action/animation combinations as of late have usually been average kids' fare. This film is no exception, except the emphasis on a frankly boring wedding plot is likely to bore the young ones. It also means that Tom and Jerry's antics, while amusing, don't get the chance to shine they deserve. Honestly, my reason for the 5/10 rating was the animation. It's nice and fluid (though I am not a fan of the way the characters are rendered at all. If they're trying to go for a cel-shaded look, the characters don't have enough contrast for that to work).
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From Kuckoo24 :

I remember watching the first trailer for this film and I was so hyped for the film. Then, the film came out and....it's alright. I will admit, when Tom and Jerry are fighting, it is pretty funny, plus the animation is actually pretty good. But the main plot about the wedding is so cliché that you'd see it in a Netflix rom-com. Plus, the acting is....mixed for me. I thought Chloë Grace Mortez was alright while everyone else was meh. It may be better than their Willy Wonka crossover, but it still shows that the cat-and-mouse duo can be better than this. 6/10
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