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Garfield is the main titular protagonist from the comic book franchise with the same name.
However, he was flanderized in the movie.
Why He Was Worse Than Any Monday
- He acts way too energetic and pumped up with energy much to the point where he sometimes break dances too often, which is out of character for him since he is usually lazy and sluggish in the original comics.
- His design in the 2004 film, while decent, is way too lifelike, in which his iconic stripes on his back are orange instead of black like he does in the comics, which makes his design look more like a live-action, quadrupedal, and naked version of Daniel Tiger, except with latter's face replaced with Garfield's.
- He was 10 times ruder to Odie than he was before, as he is constantly doing whatever it takes just to torture him and kick him out, practically just so he can mind his own business.
- In one scene, as Garfield attempts to sit on the couch and watch TV, he finds Odie sitting in his seat, he tells Odie to get off the couch, only for him to stand idle, so what does he do? He swipes Odie with his paw, causing him to jump off the couch in shock.
- In another scene, he attempts to trap Odie with a bucket, only for it to backfire on him and does it.
- And once again, he tries to attack Odie, but only to unintentionally destroy the house and thus get kicked out by Jon.
- After Garfield 2, he was never seen or used again .
- He was a much better character in the comics and Garfield & Friends.