Tom & Jerry (2021)

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Tom & Jerry (2021)

Comedy | Family | Animation
7.2 / 10
Release Date
11 February 2021
1 : 41 minutes
Spoken Language
Tom the cat and Jerry the mouse get kicked out of their home and relocate to a fancy New York hotel, where a scrappy employee named Kayla will lose her job if she can’t evict Jerry before a high-class wedding at the hotel. Her solution? Hiring Tom to get rid of the pesky mouse.

Cast Overview :

Kayla Forrester
by: Chloë Grace Moretz
Terence Mendoza
by: Michael Peña
by: Jordan Bolger
Henry Dubros
by: Rob Delaney
Joy the Bell Girl
by: Patsy Ferran
by: Pallavi Sharda
by: Colin Jost
Chef Jackie
by: Ken Jeong
Spike (voice)
by: Bobby Cannavale
Butch (voice)
by: Nicky Jam
Lightning (voice)
by: Joey Wells
Meathead (voice)
by: Na'im Lynn
Ash (voice)
by: William Horton
Topsy (voice)
by: Harry Ratchford
Angel / Devil Tom (voice)
by: Lil Rel Howery
Real Estate Rat (voice)
by: Utkarsh Ambudkar
Pigeon Announcer (voice)
by: Tim Story
Mrs. Mehta
by: Somi De Souza
Mr. Mehta
by: Ajay Chhabra
Mr. Jacobson Snr.
by: Patrick Poletti
Mrs. Jacobson
by: Janis Ahern
Linda Perrybottom
by: Camilla Arfwedson
Animal Control Officer
by: Joe Bone
Leo the Sous Chef
by: Edward Judge
Annoyed Vendor
by: Brian Bovell
Passing Father
by: David Nolan
Passing Child
by: Jude Coward Nicoll
by: Christina Chong
Gavin The Doorman
by: Daniel Adegboyega
Job Hopper Supervisor
by: Craig Stein
Elephant Trainer
by: Edward Dogliani
Carriage Riding Kid
by: Josselyn Ospina Escobar
Assistant Hotel Staff
by: Ozuna
Wedding Guest
by: Paolo Bonolis
Person in Park
by: Haley Bishop
by: Norma Butikofer
by: Marc Wesley DeHaney
News Reporter
by: Kerri McLean
TV Announcer
by: Sophie Holland
by: Joseph Begley
Limo Driver
by: Scott Coker
Joe Buck
by: Joe Buck
Tom / Jerry (archive sounds) (uncredited)
by: William Hanna
Tom / Jerry (archive sounds) (uncredited)
by: Mel Blanc
Tom / Jerry (archive sounds) (uncredited)
by: June Foray
Tom / Jerry (voice) (uncredited)
by: Frank Welker
Tom (singing voice) (uncredited)
by: T-Pain
Tom (uncredited)
by: Brian Stepanek
Press (uncredited)
by: Gianni Calchetti
Chef (uncredited)
by: Joakim Skarli
Hotel Guest (uncredited)
by: Wong Charlie
Yoga Instructor (uncredited)
by: Leandra Ryan
Boyfriend (uncredited)
by: Jeremy Ang Jones
Sadie (uncredited)
by: Eleanor Fanyinka
Wealthy Man (uncredited)
by: Mike Capozzola
Wealthy Woman (uncredited)
by: Camilla Rutherford
Bellhop (uncredited)
by: Densil Jones
Chef (uncredited)
by: Fuzuli Khabibillaev

Member Reviews :

One of the best things I can say about the “Tom and Jerry” feature movie, now streaming on HBO Max, is that it isn’t wholly terrible. The animation is bright, the human cast delivers enjoyably goofy performances, and the film stays true to the original cartoon’s roots. It isn’t super funny nor creative, but the fun story about a celebrity wedding gone awry and a stuffy New York City hotel that employs a cat to rid them of a mouse problem lays the groundwork for a bit of amusing mayhem. Blending classic animation with live action, the effects are better than expected. The actors (including Chloë Grace Moretz, Michael Peña, Pallavi Sharda, and Colin Jost) do a great job interacting with their cat and mouse counterparts, and the cartoonish elements are reminiscent of the classic Tom and Jerry of the past. The story rekindles the rivalry between the two, but is updated for modern audiences. The physical comedy and sight gags are good for most of the giggles, but that’s where the humor stops. There’s also a lot of unnecessary potty humor and a few questionable plot points (the movie does little to rise above certain stereotypes) that may feel cringe-worthy to some adults. “Tom and Jerry” isn’t noteworthy at all, but it’s not awful, either. There’s enough here to entertain most kids for a couple of hours.
  Louisa Moore - Screen Zealots
The spirit of the old cartoons is nowhere to be seen here, and that's the biggest disappointment. There is certainly enough here to entertain families - albeit probably not the parents - and I can envision this film playing on repeat for certain kids. Alas, for anyone looking to recapture the magic of the cartoons and revisiting some old favourites, it's best to look elsewhere. - Joel Kalkopf Read Joel's full article...