The bad spell upon the credibility of a sequel movie is haunting the famous orange, chubby-spoiled cat, "Garfield" in the recently released "Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties". There have been some conclusions leading to the underperformance of the movie based on Jim Davis' annoying feline.
The accusation goes to its visually poor description, ridiculous and unconvincing story, complete with the unremarkable dialogues and the abundance forced sequences between the lazy furry creature and his two human friends (still, having Jennifer Love Hewitt and Breckin Meyer playing the roles). This movie is also called as an undeniably boring children movie, even if it is meant to be as one.
Does this mean the famous, furry, chubby orange cat's laziness is truly contagious and drives movie lovers to think even thrice or more before heading to the cinema watching the on-theaters big-screen version?