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Titan A.E. [2000] (1 disc)

Director:Art Vitello
Don Bluth
Gary Goldman
Writer:Ben Edlund
John August
Joss Whedon
Composer:Glen Ballard
Length:95 minutes
(1 hour 35 minutes)
MPAA Rating:PG
Suggested Event Use:Friday 13
Sorting Category:SciFi
Sorting Tub:India
IMDB Rating:6.3/10
Rotten Tomatoes Rating:50%
Amazon Rating:4.0/5 stars
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Synopsis: After Earth is destroyed by an alien race of pure energy, Humans become the scum of the universe until a young man discovers there may be hope for the species in a gift from his father.

Reaction: Good effects and action but the characterization is, to be honest, rather flat.

Personal Rating: 7/10

Art Vitello => Director
Don Bluth => Director
Gary Goldman => Director
Ben Edlund => Writer
John August => Writer
Joss Whedon => Writer
Glen Ballard => Composer
Alex D. Linz => Young Cale
Bill Pullman => Capt. Joseph Korso
Charles Rocket => Firrikash / Slave Trader Guard
Christopher Scarabosio => Queen Drej
Drew Barrymore => Akima
Janeane Garofalo => Stith
Jim Breuer => The Cook
Jim Cummings => Chowquin
John Leguizamo => Gune
Ken Hudson Campbell => Po (as Ken Campbell)
Matt Damon => Cale Tucker
Nathan Lane => Preed
Ron Perlman => Professor Sam Tucker
Tone Loc => Tek (as Tone-Lc)

Random Trivia For This Title:

  • For a preview screening on 6 June 2000 in Atlanta, this movie was transmitted in digital form from the studio, across the Internet, to the digital projector at the theater. It never once touched film, and was the first major Hollywood film to be publicly previewed that way.
  • When the drifter ship is first shown, it's possible to see a [Star Wars] Death Star attached to it on the lower part of the screen.
  • Because Titan A.E. didn't do well at the box-office, 20th Century Fox closed its animation studios in Arizona after only two feature films, the other one was "Anastasia". Then Fox contacted Blue Sky studios to produce animated films using 3D computer graphics such as Ice Age or Robots.
  • The girl in the drifter colony who shows Cale a photo of her soccer-playing father is reading Robinson Crusoe, another story about being set adrift (though at sea instead of in outer space).
  • When the rebuilt ship in the drifter colony fail to launch Akima asks Cale if she should get out and push. Princess Leia asks the same question to Han Solo in Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back after the Falcon fails to go into lightspeed.