Tom and his army of stray cats take over Jerry's magical kingdom of living toys. Chased by Tom and his cronies, Jerry must find the Toymaker and get help to win his kingdom back before sunrise when the window of opportunity closes.
Ian James Corlett,
Robin Hood, a merry man who steals from the rich to give to the poor, has a new capable sidekick, Jerry. The evil king deduces, in his own words "brilliantly", that the best way to deal with this new threat is a cat, so he hires Tom.
John Michael Higgins
Miss Red is being blackmailed. When she asks Sherlock Holmes for help, he connects her case to a series of jewel thefts and tells his assistant Jerry the Mouse to work with Red's butler Tom the Cat for the duration of this case.
Your favorite cat and mouse are back with song, sorcery and slapstick in this enchanted tale with two bonus cartoons. The adventure begins when Tom and Jerry happen upon a mysterious ... See full summary »
While carrying on their usual hi-jinks, they inadvertantly stow-away on a spaceship bound for Mars. They meet up with the local Martian residents and cause them to invade the Earth, aided by the "Invincitron", a vacuum-wielding giant robot. Tom, Jerry and their Martian ally, Peep, save the day. Written by
I just saw this movie and I thought it did a great job of staying true to the original shorts. Tom and Jerry never once speak during this film and I think that's a great thing. It also contains the same hilarious chase sequences we've come to all know and love. Billy West provides some priceless one-liners as the voice of Major Biff Buzzard, and even Brad Garrett makes an effort as Commander Bristle. The animation is surprisingly smooth and slick, and you can tell the animators have great love for the originals. Sure, some parts of the story can be a bit cliché, but if you love Tom and Jerry you can't go wrong with this one.
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