Get Real was an hour long dramedy about the semi-dysfunctional Green family of San Francisco. Father knows squat. Mom, who caters on the side, wants her hubby to get romantic like in the old days. Dad's business is going to hell, and he doesn't pay enough attention to his wife or kids. Straight-A daughter Meghan has a secret life, while son Kenny gets beat up at school and Cameron is a hooligan.
Runtime: 60 minutes
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Garfield Gets Real (also known as Garfield 3D in some regions) is a 2007 American CGI movie starring Garfield. It was produced by Paws, Inc. in cooperation with Davis Entertainment, and The Animation Picture Company and distributed by 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment. It was written by Garfield's creator Jim Davis, who started working on the script in the fall of 1996. This was the first fully animated Garfield film since the last Garfield and Friends TV episode aired in 1995, and the first to be written by Davis since the 1991 television special Garfield Gets a Life. The movie was released in theaters August 9, 2007, and the DVD was shipped to stores on November 20, 2007. Gregg Berger, an actor from the original series, reprises his role of Odie, but Garfield is now voiced by veteran voice actor Frank Welker, since the original actor Lorenzo Music died in 2001 and Jon is voiced by Wally Wingert, as Thom Huge retired that same year. The film's success led to two sequels: Garfield's Fun Fest (2008) and Garfield's Pet Force (2009).
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It has been announced that there will be a series of fully CG Garfield theatrical films following the success of Garfield Gets Real, and its sequels Garfield's Fun Fest and Garfield's Pet Force.