Titan A.E.
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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… More
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Rotten Tomatoes Score: 52%

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"A technological marvel."
‑ Michael Wilmington, Chicago Tribune
"A space shot worth taking."
‑ Jay Carr, Boston Globe
"A so-so animated feature aimed at an older crowd."
‑ Paul Trandahl, Common Sense Media
"Animated space opera shoots for the stars, but runs out of gas."
‑ James Rocchi, Netflix
"It's hard to hate a movie that features Janeane Garafalo as a psychotic space kangaroo."
‑ Rob Vaux, Flipside Movie Emporium
"Likely to be more tiny than titanic."
‑ Eleanor Ringel Gillespie, Atlanta Journal-Constitution
"Features classic cartoon storytelling and an all-star cast."
‑ Paul Clinton (CNN.com), CNN.com
"In featuring likable and intelligent characters as well as some interesting plot turns, the script more than adequately does its job as a support beam for the visuals."
‑ Michael Dequina, TheMovieReport.com
"La cinta es demasiado simple y poco creíble para los adolescentes y adultos y muy pesada para los niños."
‑ Luis Martinez, Cinenganos
"The age-old plot of good versus evil is so standard that only the best films can warp and bend the idea into a fascinating story."
‑ Wesley Lovell, Cinema Sight
"Here's the animated space adventure I've been hoping for."
‑ Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times
"It's too great of a fluid, exciting animation epic to be forgotten or lambasted."
‑ Felix Vasquez Jr., Cinema Crazed
"... flat characters, flat animation, a bland rock soundtrack ... Titan A.E. might as well be Titanic A.E. (as in, the ship that sunk, not the movie that scored.)"
‑ Jeffrey Overstreet, Looking Closer
"Little substance beyond one or two nifty visual sequences."
‑ Chuck Rudolph, Matinee Magazine
"Lifts its story from every successful science-fiction film that I've ever seen in my life."
‑ Jon Popick, Planet Sick-Boy
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