Reef

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Overview

As a shoestring-budget clone of the A-list animated features Finding Nemo and A Shark Tale, the U.S.-Korean co-production The Reef constitutes yet another CG-animated picture about the 'little fish that could.' The piscine in question is the cleverly-named Pi (voice of Freddie Prinze, Jr.), orphaned when his parents are caught by a net off of Boston harbor. Adopted by a family of porpoises, Pi later swims a great distance to a tropical reef to live with his Aunt Pearl (voice of Fran Drescher), a psychic fish. He ...
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Overview

As a shoestring-budget clone of the A-list animated features Finding Nemo and A Shark Tale, the U.S.-Korean co-production The Reef constitutes yet another CG-animated picture about the 'little fish that could.' The piscine in question is the cleverly-named Pi (voice of Freddie Prinze, Jr.), orphaned when his parents are caught by a net off of Boston harbor. Adopted by a family of porpoises, Pi later swims a great distance to a tropical reef to live with his Aunt Pearl (voice of Fran Drescher), a psychic fish. He also falls in love with the supermodel fish Cordelia (voice of Evan Rachel Wood), who is promptly kidnapped by the brutish shark Troy (Donal Logue). She agrees to wed the shark if he resists the urge to kill Pi. We won't be spoiling the fun or ruining any surprises to reveal that Pi soon hatches an elaborate rescue plan. Andy Dick, Rob Schneider and John Rhys-Davies provide additional voices.
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Special Features

Commentary by director Howard E. Baker and producer Mark A . Z. Dippé; Storyboard gallery; Trailer
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/8/2011
  • UPC: 883476031392
  • Original Release: 2006
  • Rating:

  • Source: Weinstein Company
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Bonus DVD
  • Time: 1:18:00
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Sales rank: 83,179

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Freddie Prinze Jr. Voice Only, Voice Only
Evan Rachel Wood Voice Only, Voice Only
Fran Drescher Voice Only, Voice Only
Donal Logue Voice Only, Voice Only
Rob Schneider Voice Only
Andy Dick Voice Only
R. Lee Ermey Voice Only
John Rhys-Davies Voice Only
Technical Credits
Howard Baker Director
Howard E. Baker Director
John Fox Director
Kyung Ho Lee Director
Scott Clevenger Screenwriter
Chris Denk Screenwriter
Mark Dippé Producer
David Hillary Co-producer
Youngki Lee Producer
Chris Lennertz Score Composer
Shannon Makhanian Casting
Anurag Mehta Original Story
Timothy Wayne Peternel Co-producer, Original Story
Tom Sanders Editor
Ash R. Shah Producer
Sundip R. Shah Executive Producer
Hyuk Shim Executive Producer
Joshua S. H. Sohn Co-producer
Alex J. Yoo Executive Producer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- The Reef
1. Introduction [5:27]
2. Living With the Porpoises [3:14]
3. Life on the Reef [3:23]
4. Troy Tastes Like Tuna [4:26]
5. Aunt Pearl [4:06]
6. The Pirate Ship [4:46]
7. Neurissa & the Blue Pearl [3:54]
8. First Date at the Amphitheater [4:36]
9. Troy's Pearl [2:11]
10. Determined Women & Tiger Sharks [6:10]
11. Warning Neurissa [3:06]
12. Training [5:16]
13. Obstacle Course [5:43]
14. Shark Bait [5:54]
15. Welcome to Bottleneck Alley [6:14]
16. Help From Some Old Friends [3:49]
17. Pi's Pearl [1:16]
18. Credits [4:19]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- The Reef
   Play Movie
   Captions and Subtitles
      English for the Hearing Impaired
      Spanish
      Subtitles: None
   Scene Selection
   Special Features
      Commentary by Director Howard E. Baker and Producer Mark A . Z. Dippé: On
      Commentary by Director Howard E. Baker and Producer Mark A . Z. Dippé: Off
      Storyboard Gallery
      Trailer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 5, 2012

    I really liked this movie. It's just really sweet yet crazy when

    I really liked this movie. It's just really sweet yet crazy when the hero in any movie will do whatever it takes to save their true love from the bad guy, like Pi the fish does. Though I found it a little creepy that a big shark loves a tiny fish that supposed to be his prey. It has it's moments, and a couple of scenes that could've been better. But I like this movie no matter what most people think about it.

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