We analyze the Blu-Ray of Tom y jerry, a new cinematic adventure that mixes classic animation with real action.
At Cinemascomics we have analyzed the domestic blu-ray edition of Tom y jerry, the jump to the big screen of the iconic and charismatic cat and mouse, mingling with people in the real world; being a tape produced by Warner Bros. and distributed in Spain by 20th Century Studios Home Entertainment Spain.
Tom y jerry Now available in stores on Blu-ray and DVD; as well as in digital platforms for rent and sale. The film is suitable for all audiences and is especially recommended for children.
The feature film is directed by Tim Story (The Fantastic Four) and stars Chloë Grace Moretz (Damn Neighbors 2), Michael Peña (Ant-Man and the Wasp), Colin Jost (Better … Single), Rob Delaney (Deadpool 2) y Ken Jeong (Hangover in Las Vegas) in live action roles.
SYNOPSIS: One of the most popular rivalries in history will reignite when Jerry moves into the best hotel in New York on the eve of “The wedding of the century”, forcing the desperate organizer of the event (Chloë Grace Moretz) to hire Tom to get rid of him. The battle between the cat and the mouse will threaten to destroy your career, your wedding, and probably your entire hotel. But when an even bigger problem arises, it forces Tom and Jerry to do the unthinkable: work together to save the day.
Tom and Jerry is already in stores in domestic format, so we have analyzed all the extras available in the Blu-Ray version. We hope you enjoy the extras as much as we have. In this way, we have set to work to discover everything that this domestic edition hides with more than an hour of extras.
So, we start with the analysis, which is completely spoiler-free, in case you have not had the opportunity to see the tape yet and want to know what it contains.
Technical characteristics of the DVD:
- Format type: 16:9
- Duration: 97 minutes approximately.
- Contains 1 DVD disc
- Languages: Dolby Digital 5.1: Spanish, English, Basque, Slovak, Czech and Catalan
- Subtítulos: Spanish, Czech and Coding for the deaf in English
Blu-Ray technical characteristics:
- Aspect Ratio: 16: 9
- Duration: 101 minutes approximately
- Contains 1 HD disc
- Languages: Dolby Digital 5.1: Spanish, English, Bulgarian, Catalan, Czech, Dutch, Flemish, Polish, Hungarian, French, Romanian, Slovak, Basque and Mandarin. Dolby Atmos-TrueHD: English
- Subtítulos: Spanish, French, Slovak, Romanian, Polish, Bulgarian, Czech, Chinese, Dutch and Hungarian. Coding for the deaf in English
Composed of ten deleted sequences.
Dances, alternate scenes, grimaces, laughter, greetings to the camera and screams are part of the reel of outtakes.
Bringing Tom and Jerry to life:
Director Tim Story explains that they bring the charismatic cartoon characters to the big screen in a way never seen before, being a dream because I always saw them as a child. Something he shares with actress Chloe Grace Moretz and the rest of the cast and crew.
Thus, they talk about the origins of the characters, about 80 years ago, and the humor and physical comedy that has brought different generations together, showing the way in which, keeping the original essence, they have transferred it to the current New York of real life. .
They then explain that they recorded the photograph in London as if it were New York. For the filming, the story department is responsible for drawing the script and including the animated characters in the real scene. And they do it in a traditional way, on paper. In the sketching phase they already use the pictures and transfer them to the computer, as a guide for the animators.
Regarding the cast, they talk about Chloe Grace Moretz and the great filmography behind her, despite being only 22 years old. While the baddie of the film is played by Michael Peña, as well as several secondary characters played by well-known faces, such as Ken Jeong and Rob Delaney. In relation to the director, they ensure that he creates a very open and safe environment, allowing the cast to improvise.
But to shoot with animated characters you need animators and puppeteers on the set to help the actors interact with characters who are not there, Michael Taibi being one of them. Being all animated animals, we see different cameos of classic characters from the Tom and Jerry series.
Tom and Jerry’s World:
We see how during filming they used a camera as if it were Jerry’s vision, at ground level. It also talks about the way of being and acting of Tom and Jerry, but also of the relationship of friendship and hatred that they maintain between them.
La pelea: #TeamTom Vs. #TeamJerry:
The artistic and technical team speak of the rivalry between Tom and Jerry as typical between brothers. In this way, each member of the film opts for Jerry or Tom, indicating the reasons for their choice.
Jerry in ‘a house for a mouse’:
In this video they show us in depth the little house that Jerry builds in the Royal Gate hotel, and everything that he keeps inside.
Tom and Jerry’s Guide to Wildlife in New York:
They show us the different species of animals that live in New York with humans, all animated, from pigeons and rats to squirrels, mice and elephants. Not forgetting the peacocks, fish and Bengal tigers. But there are also pets, such as cats and dogs, used to the hustle and bustle of daily life in the big city.
At Ben and Preeta’s wedding:
Ben and Preeta’s wedding is New York’s big event, the crowd’s favorite couple. They both epitomize the city’s upper class, elegance and class. She wanted an informal and simple wedding, but he turns it into a great show that ends up spiraling out of control. For their organization, they trust the members of the Royal Gate hotel.
A scene comes to life:
We see how two great scenes in the movie in which Tom and Jerry were involved were animated, and the challenges of shooting a large Indian wedding surrounded by digital animals, as well as the doghouse sequence that Tom and Jerry end up in.
Finally, we hope you enjoy buying Tom and Jerry, available now in stores to take home on Blu-ray and DVD; as well as in digital platforms for rent and sale. In this way, you will be able to see it as many times as you want, both in the original version and dubbed into Spanish.
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Tom and Jerry: Blu-Ray Review