Snappily animated, TOM AND JERRY: THE MOVIE never feels like an over-extended cartoon short. While their adventures may not be inspired, the storyline for Tom and Jerry's feature-length film serves as a jaunty springboard for funny sight gags, buoyant songs, and irresistible messages about
odd couple friendships.
On moving day, Tom (Richard Kind) outwits himself into homelessness when he fights Jerry (Dana Hill) right off their family's moving van and onto the street. Adrift in the big, bad city, Tom and Jerry are quickly admonished by Pugsy Dog (Ed Gilbert) and Frankie Flea (David Landers) about
avoiding dog catchers and learning to get along. While Pugsy is...