Titan A.E. (or stylized as Titan After Earth) is a 2000 animated space film directed by Don Bluth Gary Goldman produced by Fox Animation Studios and distributed by 20th Century Fox. The film received mixed reviews from critics but it bombed at box office. The film's failure at the box office resulted in Fox Animation Studios closing down.
In 3028, Everyone evacuates Earth after aliens destroy it along with the Moon using explosions. 15 years later, a mysterious alien race known as the Drej emerges. Cale is a human teenager who has been given a mysterious map by his father, leading him on an unforgettable journey.
Why it Rocks
- The animation was pretty good.
- This Don Bluth film is more adventurous for a PG rating.
- Cale Tucker was a decently cool character.
- The soundtrack wasn't that bad
- The ending wasn't too bad.
- The voice acting was okay. Even, Jason Bourne’s Matt Damon is awesome playing the role of Cale.
- The film was supposed to be a live-action film, but it changed to a cliched animated film instead.
- The film had lots of deaths that are too scary for kids.
- Confusing plot.
- The Drej aliens are too creepy for kids.
The film received mixed reviews from critics and audience. It holds a 51% on Rotten Tomatoes, Metacritic gave the film a 48/100 "mixed or average reviews, and IMDB scores a film a 6.6/10 rating.
The film bombed at the box office, grossing only $36,754,634 worldwide against a $75 million budget. The film permanently closed down Fox Animation Studios due to the financial failure of the film 10 days after the release.