Movie Review: Tom and Jerry
Artists: Chloe Grace Mortage, Michael Pena, Coleen Jost, Pallavi Sharda, etc.
Director: Tim Story
Producer: Warner Bros.
3Movierulz.in Rating: 3/5
Films that have been stalled for over a year are reaching theaters one by one. Action is waiting for the elders. Youngsters are waiting for a good story and children? Entertainment of children has remained a low priority of Indian filmmakers. While animation series like Bhai Chhota Bheem, Little Singham is seen a lot on TV or mobile, but there is still something big to be done in home-grown cinema for children. 'Tom and Jerry' is the first animation movie of the year for Hindustani children growing up with films like 'The Lion King', 'Jungle Book' and 'Frozen'. For those who have grown up, it is time to take them back to childhood memories. Tom and Jerry, who have been laughing at people for almost eight decades, have been cast this time in a story whose entire surface is like a Hindi film. And, the effect is the same as that of Hindi films made on such stories.
There is going to be a big wedding in a giant hotel. The bride is Bharatvanshi. The bridegroom is English and wants to do everything for his future wife which is his common knowledge about Indian weddings. He arranges for elephants. Asks for the peacock to dance The lion also arrives. But, there are two more characters in the story before them, Tom and Jerry. Jerry is looking for his new home in the hotel and finds him. Kayla, who gets a job from a fake resume at the hotel, hires Jerry to do all the work. If the film is there then everything will be a film, but the problem of this film is that one is longer than the other, secondly, there is nothing in its story that will keep the audience interested in the film.
Watching the film has now become of two types. One, to spend a thousand two thousand rupees and invest the precious time of life in the darkness of the cinematography and get a full cinematic experience. The second is to watch the film in the comfort of your home, in which the viewer has the option to watch the entire film in one go or in installments for twenty minutes. The film
Tom and Jerry look more fit in the second category. This film could not get a cinematic experience. Tom and Jerry have been fighting for years. Kayla also brings references to it in her dialogues. Those who grew up watching these two battles are watching this film for their childhood memories, but there is nothing in the film that is better than those small cartoon films. Today's children do not agree with this use of life and animation. He grew up watching Disney movies or growing up. On the scale of both adults and children, the film Tom and Jerry fail to fit.
This story happening in the Royal Gate Hotel fails to entertain the children, according to their psychology the takeoff of the film is also wrong. A young woman is dishonestly employed and she is the film's heroine. It is another matter that later she realizes her mistake and she also shows courage to accept the truth. But the plot of the story could have been chosen better. Director Tim Story has been beaten by the film in terms of the story, the acting of both the main actors of the film, Chloe and Pena, also does not support the film. There is nothing special about Colin Jost in the film. Pallavi Sharda definitely leaves her influence as a Bharatvanshi. For Pallavi, this film is a big knock at the door of Hollywood, and acting in this film is going to benefit them as well.
Tim's Story as the captain of the film also does not leave much of an impact. The film's music is not of universal appeal and the film's animations are mediocre. The animation of human characters does not communicate to Tom and Jerry while communicating with the characters, corrects the mistake of the previous film on these characters, but the effect is not as it should be. Tom and Jerry's quarrel does not emerge properly either. Yes, the scene of Jerry attempting to enter the hotel brings a bit of thrill to the film. Children can get bored while watching a film, and for elders, the film is worth watching in pieces.