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Tom and Jerry: Back to Oz

By Renee Longstreet, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 5+

Engaging musical comedy has action-packed slapstick.

Movie NR 2016 81 minutes
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By blending solid new musical numbers with the old Oz favorites and including inventive new characters, Spike Brandt, Tony Cerone, and company have made this sequel funny and original. The iconic personalities are back, with fine performances by Joe Alaskey, Michael J. Gough, Rob Paulsen, and Todd Stashwick. They've been joined by Jason Alexander and the wonderful Andrea Martin as Tiger, Queen of the Forest. Even actors in smaller roles, sometimes on-screen only for a few moments, are distinctive. It's all predictable, of course. And filled with cartoon jeopardy. It is, after all, Tom and Jerry. A fun adventure for kids who are comfortable with slapstick violence and cats and mice smashed to smithereens with regularity.

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