Tom And Jerry Cowboy Up Review
Everyone's favorite cat and mouse duo is back in an all new movie! Tom and Jerry Cowboy Up! is available on DVD and digital platforms now! This new movie feels like a classic "Tom and Jerry" cartoon even though there is a really big plot twist! Read all of the info on this new DVD, check out the trailer and my review to see if it is worth a watch this winter!
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Tom and Jerry Cowboy Up! | All New Original Movie Available on DVD and Digital Now!
The Wild, Wild West just got wilder with Tom and Jerry on the ranch!
This time, the rivals team up to help a cowgirl and her brother save their homestead from a greedy land-grabber, and they’re going to need some help! Jerry’s three precocious nephews are all ready for action, and Tom is rounding up a posse of prairie dogs.
But can a ragtag band of varmints defeat a deceitful desperado determined to deceive a damsel in distress? No matter what happens with Tom and Jerry in the saddle, it’ll be a rootin’ tootin’ good time!
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Tom and Jerry Cowboy Up! will be available to own on DVD and Digital on January 25, 2022.
Digital purchase allows consumers to instantly stream and download to watch anywhere and anytime on their favorite devices. Digital movies and TV shows are available from various digital retailers including Amazon Video, iTunes, Google Play, Vudu and others.
Tom and Jerry Cowboy Up! | Review
Ya gotta cowboy up!
Set in the west, the visuals here are very vibrant with lots of orange. The only thing that was a bit unsettling for me was how yellow the teeth were for every character from the west. You can't miss the corn kernels in their mouth no matter how hard you try to avoid looking directly at them (gross!)
I appreciate a good country song and Cowboy Up has some gems!
In a new twist, the storyline for this direct-to-home-release movie doesn't pit Tom and Jerry against each other. Instead, they are working together to ward off some other felines!
I have to say it is refreshing to see the pair work together for a change!
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Don't worry though, there are still plenty of chase scenes and the typical "Tom and Jerry" slapstick injuries that will get lots of laughs from kids.
The storyline might have too many layers for younger children to fully understand.
But on the surface level, Tom is trying to help Jerry and his nephews ward off a group of cats who have been hired to banish the mice from the ranch. This will be enough to keep kids engaged for the roughly 70 minute runtime.
On a deeper level though, there is a family dynamic that sees our city slicker and our ranchers struggle over if they should keep the family ranch or cut their losses, move on and sell to the less-than honest business man.
My favorite line of the movie comes during a scene when our city slicker muses how surprised he is that "the WB could look this good again" and is met with the response of, "Almost like when we were kids".
Tom and Jerry Cowboy Up! has a classic Tom and Jerry feel, even if Tom isn't the one after Jerry this time!
Tom and Jerry Cowboy Up! | Trailer
Tom and Jerry Cowboy Up is available on DVD and Digital now!
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