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Tom & Jerry: Blast Off to Mars

By Renee Schonfeld, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 5+

Lots of wacky cartoon violence in outer space comedy.

Movie NR 2005 75 minutes
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This franchise entry is funnier than some and has a wittier, more well-developed story than most. It's recommended for those who are comfortable with the cartoon violence that accompanies this iconic duo.

The Martians are more humorous than scary, and some of the slapstick action is actually clever: a powerful vacuum cleaner and dehydration-rehydration equipment are particularly inventive. Jerry being mistaken for Mars' legendary "Great Gloop" and a female confederate are two elements that make this movie appealing. Plus, kids will make the brief acquaintance of some elementary scientific principles (i.e., gravity, asteroid, astronaut), albeit in comic form.

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