Clifford's Really Big Movie
2004
Colossal canine Clifford (voiced by the late John Ritter) lives with his wonderful owners, the Howard family, whom he loves. But soon, the lovable red dog wonders whether his oversized stature is becoming a burden on his family. Hoping to rid them of the responsibility, Clifford joins a traveling animal circus with his buddies Cleo (voiced by Cree Summer) and T-Bone (voiced by Kel Mitchell).

Scott Hardie: “It ruled.”

I rented this kiddie flick just for fun, and I got what I wanted. It's surprisingly inventive with new turns of the plot, almost never feels dumbed down for the little ones. The animation is significantly improved from the television series, mixing in CGI as needed to produce more complicated shots that couldn't be done well on television. I could have done without the obligatory pop-song transition after every big scene, but overall this is fairly high-quality children's entertainment, and a film John Ritter probably would have been proud to call his final. (Too bad it missed golden opportunities to spoof "Godzilla" and "Spider-Man" for parents in the audience.)

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