Even though Garfield despises Mondays just as much as the rest of us, this week’s start is promising since Sony has revealed that the Chris Pratt-led cartoon picture will be available on video-on-demand. Despite receiving mixed reviews, Mark Dindal’s Garfield movie made a healthy profit at the box office thanks to its clever animation and thrilling quest that appealed to a wide range of viewers. A humour reel, a deleted scene starring Hannah Waddingham, and a list of Easter Eggs are just a few of the extra goodies that certain digital merchants have released along with the movie, which will be available for purchase and rental. A segment regarding The Garfield Movie’s concept art and an animation process will also be included in the extra features, providing a detailed look at the character’s big-screen adaptation.

What to Expect From ‘The Garfield Movie’?

The movie follows the beloved orange cat that adores lasagna as he embarks on an unexpected journey and encounters Vic, a street cat who is his long-lost biological father. Then, as he plots a madcap heist with Vic and Odie, Garfield is compelled to abandon his extremely affluent existence. The entire family will enjoy the film, which has heartfelt moments that will make you both laugh and cry. Fans of Garfield can relive some nostalgia while introducing the cat that despises Mondays to a new generation. The film is a fan favourite despite having a 36% critic score on Rotten Tomatoes, which is offset by an 80% audience score. Despite a challenging opening weekend, the film went on to gross nearly $244 million in the following weeks, despite a $60 million production budget. The film accomplished this by holding the audience’s attention throughout. David Reynolds, Mark Torgove, and Paul A. Kaplan wrote the screenplay, which is directed by Dindal. The movie will most likely be able to attract more viewers with a digital release. Throughout addition, Waddingham as Jinx, Harvey Guillén as Odie, Nicholas Hoult as Jon Arbuckle, Cecily Strong as Marge Malone, and Samuel L. Jackson as Vic also lend voices throughout the film. In addition, Jeff Foxworthy, Dev Joshi, Alicia Grace Turrell, Ernest Guillart, and Brett Goldstein as Roland, Bowen Yang as Nolan, Janelle James as Olivia, Snoop Dogg as Maurice, and Angus Cloud as Snickers complete the ensemble. Topics #Animated Movies #Chris Pratt #Digital Release Date #Garfield Movie