animated movie Titan A.E. © Don Bluth / Fox
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Titan A.E.

In a grim future, Earth has been destroyed in a devastating alien attack and mankind is cast adrift, homeless in the galaxy. Young Cale, orphaned in the attack many years ago, is recruited (somewhat against his will) by Korso and his crew to find the legendary ship Titan which was built by Cale's father. The ship has the power to create a new home for mankind and Cale has the key to finding it literally in the palm of his hand.

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Titan AE is awesome but generally not considered a kids movie. It also inspired Joss Whedon's cult hit show Firefly and its finale Serenity. The cast was spot on such...
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I'll be the first to admit, this is not one of Don Bluth's best films. First off, I was not impressed with the story. Halfway through this movie,...
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I'm going to allow myself to be strict with this one, because Titan A.E. falls into an unfortunately rare and daring category for which I try to hold high standards:...
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After 'saving' classical animation with his debut feature, 'Secret of NIMH', Don Bluth just seemed to run out of vision. To the point, I'm afraid, that I've missed a few...
Created by: Don Bluth, Fox
Language: English
Country of Origin: USA
Featuring the voices of:
Matt Damon ... Cale
Bill Pullman ... Korso
Drew Barrymore ... Akima
Nathan Lane ... Preed
John Leguizamo ... Gune
Janeane Garofalo ... Stith
Ron Perlman ... Sam Tucker
Tone Loc ... Tek
Jim Breuer ... Cook
Alex D. Linz ... young Cale
Directed by: Don Bluth and Gary Goldman
Produced by: Don Bluth and Gary Goldman
Musical Score by: Graeme Revell
Writing Credits: Joss Whedon and Ben Edlund
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