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Monday, September 22, 2008

Titan A.E. An Animated Treat


Titan A.E.
This animated movie has been around since the year 2000 and I finally got to see it. Hulu has it on their site to watch for FREE. The animation is good, dated compared to some recent features but still good. The story line is similar to the Battlestar Galactica series but it wraps it up in a nice watch able package in just over 1.5 hours. I thoroughly enjoyed the movie and it is certainly one you can watch with the kids, although the Dredge (evil energy beings) may scare the very little ones. I am surprised this wasn’t a bigger deal at the box office. The premise is that mankind is making a splash in the interstellar community and the Dredge decide that man’s potential is so great they must destroy Earth before man can achieve their potential. They succeed in destroying the earth (first few minutes so it really doesn’t screw up the plot for you) but not before the Titan A. E. escapes along with a host of refugees. The rest of the movie is about the search for the Titan, the most advanced ship/machine in existence and what happens when it is found. Nuke some popcorn, pull up your computer and watch this puppy, if you have seen it, watch it again, if you haven’t seen it, you will enjoy the premise that we (mankind) have the potential to work together and achieve greatness.

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