G-Force is a movie about a team of government trained guinea pigs on a mission to save the world for the rich evil Leonard Saber, the billionaire with the plan to take over the world with household appliances. The guinea pig team consists of squad leader Darwin that who does not take failure as an answer; Blaster, an extremes loving weapons expert; and Juarez, who is the martial arts specialist with the looks. Also on the team are the surveillance and reconnaissance expert fly named Mooch, a computer smart star-nosed mole named Speckles in the information department.
The G-Force team is given special high tech equipment that allows them to talk with their human teammates. The G-Force project finds out about Leonard Saber's evil plans when the team gathers information on an unauthorized mission in his home ordered by the team's human leader, Ben. Once Ben's superior officer hears of the unauthorized mission, the project is shut down, and the animals are then taken to pet store. Once at the pet store, the team meets new animals that help them escape. These are the other animals in the rodent display at the pet shop including Hurley and the hamster named Bucky.
Upon escaping, the animal team meets back up with team leader Ben, who gets the team back to Leonard Saber's home to stop the threat of his household appliances taking over the world. Once there, the team gets separated, leaving squad leader Darwin and Mooch to take the mainframe of the system that controls the appliances. Once there, Darwin finds out that the mastermind behind the plot is member Speckles.
Darwin convinces Speckles to stop the attack and that he belongs on the G-Force team with the others. Speckles realizes his errors and deactivates his machines, but he has lost control of the robot like machine that he was using. Darwin deactivates it with a virus from his PDA.
G-Force is a 2009 animated movie. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 5.1 and a MetaScore of 41.