Tom and Jerry: A Nutcracker Tale
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Christmas is never so spirited as when Tom and Jerry lock horns for theholidays in their new original movie--Tom & Jerry: A Nutcracker Tale Inan empty opera house, Jerry wishes for a chance to perform -- andmagically his dream comes true. The little mouse is whisked away to anenchanted kingdom where anything is possible: candy forests, singingsnowflakes, even the toys spring to life! Jerry has a great time withhis new friends, and when Jerry dances with the music box ballerina, heis as happy as happy can be. Unfortunately, alley cats led by Tom crashJerry's party, kidnap the music box ballerina and wreak havoc in theholiday kingdom. It's up to Jerry to set things right -- and with helpfrom a fellow mouse named Tuffy and more newfound friends, Jerry justmay win the day!]]>
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The movie is unique and at the beginning of the movie Tom and his fellow cats are actually singing. Tom has a couple of solo lines, otherwise he doesn't speak. The music is very beautiful throughout the show.
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Spoken: English, French
DVD-ROM Special Features (I didn't try this)
A cute little fairy tale, Nutcracker themed cartoon. It's fun to see these characters do ballet and you really can't beat the Nutcraker Suite as the majority of the background music. Aside from the Tchaikovsky, there is some neat numbers that were added.
I think this is the first time I've seen the Triplet Kittens from "Triplet Trouble" used for more than just cameos
This movie really has a charming feel to it. What is really enjoying about this feature is how much the music is involved in the animation. Yes, there are characters that speak, but more often then not it's the music that "speaks" more and drives the action.
Tuffy's atrocious French accent! BOO! Speaking of accents, the Toy Elf's accent is far worse than Tuffy's. The Cat King, not really liking the introduction of a new villain like that, not sure why they chose a different cat as a main villain, than say, Butch who has always been a foil for Tom.
The accents! Really! Couldn't someone have found better voice actors for Tuffy and the Elf. The voices of these characters are totally distracting from the enjoyment of this little film.
Overall I like this. It's a fun little movie once you get passed the accents and the cat king. This will have some rotation during the Holidays in my house.