Gordy (1995)

The friendship between a boy and a talking piglet forms the basis of this barnyard comedy. Gordy is the little porker who lives happily on a farm until the farmer goes bust and must sell everything, including Gordy's large family. When… More

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Rated: G
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Release Date: May 12, 1995
DVD Release Date: June 4, 2002
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Critic Score: 26% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
John Hartl
Seattle Times

Alas, Gordy is no Charlotte's Web. It's not even a threat to Mr. Ed.

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Caryn James
New York Times

It is possible that some children will be tickled at the very idea of a talking pig, even one as bland as Gordy. They will probably be children who have never seen any movie, ever.

Carrie Rickey
Philadelphia Daily News

This little piggy goes whee!-whee!-whee! all the way home. But will parents go for Gordy? Not in a pig's eye!

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John Petrakis
Chicago Tribune

Methinks there is something else ahoof here, since no one could be dim-witted enough to swallow this cinematic goulash without taking a step back from the trough first.

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Kevin Thomas
Los Angeles Times

Gordy is a sweet little movie, ideal for youngsters and easy to take for parents, about the adventures of a pig so adorable that he could turn us all into vegetarians.

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Roger Hurlburt
South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Fortunately, Gordy turns to fun whenever it wallows in too much goofiness.

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Joe Leydon

Gordy is a pleasant trifle aimed squarely at audiences in search of squeaky-clean family entertainment.

Roger Ebert
Chicago Sun-Times

I can't recommend it for people like me, but there are many other kinds of people in the world, some of them children who believe that pigs can talk.

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TV Guide

Try the other white meat -- Babe.

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Flixster Audience Score: 23% Flixster User Reviews
Michael Gildea
I've seen bits and pieces adding up to most of the movie that is known as Gordy on cable over the last month or so and I think it's safe to say this… More
Randy Tippy
Dare I say it? A poor-man's <i>Babe</i>.