Garfield: The Movie movie trailer - starring Bill Murray, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Stephen Tobolowsky, Debra Messing, Breckin Meyer, Geoffrey Gould. Directed by Peter Hewitt. Theatrical Release Date: 6/11/2004
Rating: Not Rated
Garfield marks the long-awaited motion picture debut of America's favorite feline - and the world's laziest cat. The live action/CGI picture is adapted from the syndicated cartoon strip read in 2600 newspapers by 260 million readers around the globe. Bill Murray provides the voice of Garfield.
Breckin Meyer (Road Trip) portrays Garfield's owner, Jon Arbuckle, and Jennifer Love Hewitt (Heartbreakers) is the famed feline's veterinarian, Liz Wilson. The film also features the voice talents of Debra Messing as Arlene, a cute feline who keeps Garfield on his toes; Brad Garrett as Luca, the neighborhood Doberman; and Alan Cumming as Persnikitty, another cat with whom Garfield crosses paths.
The teaser trailer for Garfield: The Movie quickly introduces the character and the film's special effects.
Complacent, self-absorbed cat Garfield (voiced by Bill Murray) is jealous of the new addition to his household, a dog named Odie, who is now the center of his owner's attention. In response, Garfield lures Odie out of the house, but then feels guilty when he wanders away and gets lost. Discovering that Odie's in danger, Garfield springs into action with a tummy full of lasagna to save him.
Jon Arbuckle buys a second pet, a dog named Odie. However, Odie is then abducted and it is up to Jon's cat, Garfield, to find and rescue the canine.
Complacent, self-absorbed Garfield the cat is jealous of the new household dog who captures all his owner's attention. In response, he lures the animal out of the house, but when he discovers that the dog is in danger, he risks his life to save him.
Despite their obstacles, Gyung Joon and Da Ran promise to find a way to get back together after he and Yoon Jae switch bodies again.
Though Gyung Joon does not switch bodies with Yoon Jae, he pretends he has forgotten everything from the past year to make it easier for Da Ran to cope.
Gyung Joon lashes out when he realizes that Yoon Jae's parents are just using him to save their older son.
As everyone discovers the connection between Gyung Joon and Yoon Jae, it complicates Da Ran's feelings for Gyung Joon even further.
Da Ran plans to purchase a new apartment for her and Yoon Jae, but Gyung Joon's rashness puts an end on that plan.
Gyung Joon and Da Ran go on a camping trip together, where he experiences more painful side effects of his soul switching bodies.
Ma Ri and Gyung Joon get closer to the truth on his father's identity. Da Ran learns of Yoon Jae's true love for her.
Da Ran struggles with her blossoming feelings for Gyung Joon. Se Young discovers the truth behind Gyung Joon and Yoon Jae's connection.
Too many people catch Da Ran and Gyung Joon separately when they're supposed to be on their honeymoon.
Ma Ri's growing jealousy over Gyung Joon and Da Ran's closeness impels her to make the same mistake she made with Gyung Joon's mother.
For appearances sake, Da Ran agrees to "get back together" with Dr. Seo, even though she now has another person clamoring for her attention.
One year later, Gyung Joon comes back with a little more medical knowledge, but is forced to marry Se Young. Ma Ri can't shake off the weird vibes she gets from Dr. Seo.
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