I like this movie
because I don't have to worry about my kids getting scared or worry about
the effects of sword-stabbing and gun-shooting.
When my three-year-old
saw the advertisement for this movie, he said he wanted to go see it so I
took him with his older brother.
works. Without it, no one will be famous.
For my younger son who
already had an active day and who didn't nap, this movie kept him
awake. Toward the latter third of the movie, I glanced at both of my
kids and noticed how they were engrossed on what will happen to Garfield
as he tries to rescue Odie.
It's amazing how
Garfield is "real" when added to the actual scenery and
Because I'm part of the
movie-going audience that has been anesthysized into movie after movie
with guns, swords, monsters and the like, I, at times, don't question the
presence of these things in the movies my kids watch.
parental-dilemma--more of Garfield-like movies or Harry Potter? I
choose the first.