Tom & Jerry

critic Reviews

, 31% Rotten Tomatometer Score
  • It isn't the worst of the long-squabbling duo's feature-length adventures, but Tom & Jerry is disappointingly short on the anarchic spirit of their classic shorts.
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    David StrattonThe Australian
    ...despite the skill and fidelity of the artists, who are faithful to the original films, it all falls a bit flat and the strenuous hip-hop music accompaniment doesn't help much.
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    Charlotte O'SullivanLondon Evening Standard
    Though horribly flawed, its internal organs are in the right place.
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    Jake WilsonThe Age (Australia)
    Taken on its merits, this is perfectly harmless entertainment, from which your children should return at least somewhat amused, and not too cast down by improving messages.
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    Kevin MaherTimes (UK)
    [S]till nothing will prepare you for the tone-deaf nature of this live-action abomination that inserts our cartoon protagonists, Who Framed Roger Rabbit-style, into a crass Manhattan misadventure about a celebrity wedding gone awry.
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    Mark KermodeKermode & Mayo's Film Review
    Not terrible, but nothing like the vintage...It's okay, but the times when it works is when it has characters hitting each other with very heavy objects. Outside of that, it's just ok...
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    Clarisse LoughreyIndependent (UK)
    Suffers the same way any IP-driven cash-in does - it tries to expand on a basic concept without any care or commitment. It's the cinematic equivalent of a sausage casing stuffed with mystery meat.
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    Jim Schembrijimschembri.com
    Tom & Jerry deserve a sincere salute for their longevity and enduring appeal, which stretches back to 1940. They should get together for a drink with King Kong, whose new movie Godzilla v Kong reminds us how his debut was released in 1933. L'chaim, gents.
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    Sarah WardConcrete Playground
    Watching this all-ages-friendly hybrid of cartoon and live-action, it doesn't seem as if anyone involved knows quite why the film exists.
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    Brian VinerDaily Mail (UK)
    If it brings families in lockdown some welcome collective fun - which I think it will - then the octogenarian cat and mouse have done their jobs.
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    Matthew BondThe Mail on Sunday (UK)
    They've retained their mute, indestructible, 2-D animated personas and that the end result is much funnier than expected.
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