Titan A.E.

Titan A.E.

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Director: Don Bluth, Gary Goldman

Cast: Don Bluth, Gary Goldman, Matt Damon, Drew Barrymore

     
 

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Titan A.E. combines cel and CG imagery in this science fiction saga. In 3028, after the Earth is destroyed by an invading alien race, a tiny number of surviving humans roam the universe in ragtag spaceships, trying to find each other and maintain some sense of community. Shortly before the final destruction of the planet, Cale (voice of Matt Damon) was given aSee more details below

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Titan A.E. combines cel and CG imagery in this science fiction saga. In 3028, after the Earth is destroyed by an invading alien race, a tiny number of surviving humans roam the universe in ragtag spaceships, trying to find each other and maintain some sense of community. Shortly before the final destruction of the planet, Cale (voice of Matt Damon) was given a map that would guide him to a space station called Titan, secretly constructed as a last hope in the event of alien Armageddon. Cale sets out in search of Titan and the fabled Ice Planet with the help of his friend Korso (voice of Bill Pullman), the beautiful Akima (voice of Drew Barrymore), and a crew of friendly aliens. Titan A.E. was directed by noted animators Don Bluth and Gary Goldman and scripted by Ben Edlund, creator of the comic book series The Tick. Other members of the voice cast include Nathan Lane, Janeane Garofalo, John Leguizamo, and Tone Loc.

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Barnes & Noble - Jason Bergenfeld
In the year 3028, Earth's days are numbered, and a nasty race known as the Drej are doing the numbering. As he's about to escape the final blast, young Cale promises his father he'll come back, and accepts his dad's ring as a symbol of the pledge. Fifteen years later, Cale (Matt Damon) journeys across the galaxy with his father's old comrade, Korso (Bill Pullman), and the beautiful Akima (Drew Barrymore), searching for the Titan, an old spaceship that may be the last hope for hordes of nomadic earthlings -- with the Drej in hot pursuit. Veteran animator Don Bluth (Anastasia, Disney's Robin Hood) blasts audiences off to a universe of dazzling special effects, mixing traditional animation with computer-generated graphics in a story that recalls Star Wars and serials of the '30s and '40s. Exciting voice performances by Damon, Pullman, and Barrymore are accompanied by a stellar soundtrack featuring the guitar-grinding rock of Lit and Powerman 5000, as well as the millennium space-age funk of Jamiroquai and Luscious Jackson. A box-office no-show in the theaters, Titan A.E. is a blast on the home screen, where its electrifying space adventure unfolds with frenzied fun. The THX-certified Special Edition DVD release also includes commentary from the directors, a making-of featurette, deleted scenes, trailers, stills, and more.

Product Details

Release Date:
11/07/2000
UPC:
0024543009245
Original Release:
2000
Rating:
R
Source:
20th Century Fox
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Sound:
[Dolby Digital, DTS 5.1-Channel Surround Sound]
Time:
1:35:00

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Matt Damon Cale
Drew Barrymore Akima
Bill Pullman Korso
John Leguizamo Gune
Nathan Lane Preed
Janeane Garofalo Stith
Ron Perlman Prof. Sam Tucker
Alex D. Linz Young Cale
Anthony Smith Tek
Jim Breuer The Cook
Marion Levine Actor

Technical Credits
Don Bluth Director,Producer
Gary Goldman Director,Producer
John August Screenwriter
Jason Ayon Asst. Director
Glen Ballard Musical Direction/Supervision
Kym Barrett Costumes/Costume Designer
Hans Bauer Associate Producer,Original Story
Bob Bender Editor
Philip A. Cruden Production Designer
Ben Edlund Screenwriter
Paul Gertz Executive Producer
David Kirschner Producer
Randall McCormick Original Story
Paul Petschek Editor
Graeme Revell Score Composer
Mark Server Sound/Sound Designer
Fiona Trayler Editor
Joss Whedon Screenwriter

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