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Battle For Terra [DVD]
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CGI-animated sci-fi adventure. Alien teenager Mala (voiced by Evan Rachel Wood) lives a quiet, harmonious existence on a beautiful and peaceful planet known as Terra. Unbeknownst to Mala and her fellow Terrians, the last inhabitants of Earth have finally exhausted the resources of their planet - and those of three others - and are on the lookout for a new home. To this end, they have invented the 'Terraformer', which will make Terra habitable for humans but poisonous for Terrians. When the Earthlings invade Terra, Mala's father Roven (Dennis Quaid) is kidnapped. While trying to save him, Mala captures and hides a crashed human pilot called Jim (Luke Wilson). As Mala is nursing Jim back to health, the two forge a friendship - and hatch a plan that could save both the planet of Terra and the human race.
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The story has an interesting 'twist' from the very start, with the human race at first depicted as callous and ruthless alien invaders, before revealing there point of view as being desperate to find a new home for there dying race. From this point, it feels easy to understand the characters feelings as they are forced to decide between saving their people from destruction or taking the moral high ground.
It's an animation film, but that shouldn't make you think it's main focus is towards children. The whole thing is done so that the end result is a movie that's serious, and in some places, a little moving.
The animation itself is impressive to see. The floating motion of the creatures of Terra and the battle sequences are just beautiful.
Bad things about this film- the whole thing should be longer and more fleshed out, with a lot more focus on the development of the characters, in particular their relationships with other characters. In that sense, I think quite a bit was missed out from this movie that could have gone a long way for the story line.
Mala (voice -Evan Rachel Wood) a resident of the superficially peaceful planet of Tarra encounters a downed human pilot Jim Stanton (voice-Luke Wilson) and with the help a robotic buddy Giddy (voice-David Cross) try to find an alternative to all or nothing war.
The film is great in the effect that it is not just people with white hats fighting people in black hats. The animation does not try to be anymore than animation. However I only saw the Blu-ray version and not the 3D version.
One of the fun things is to try to figure out some of the more popular voices as the different characters appear.
Watching the extras on the DVD makes me thing that someday there will be a 3 hour version. The voice over reminds us that this fill was made years before there was a Bush vs. Obama; so do not read too much into the characters. Several other places in the story they try to not be too sensitive to the movie audience. Jim cannot do a kamikaze because it would look too much like 911.
I was interested in the story enough to take part and kibitz rather than just observe. However there was nothing spectacular beyond entertainment.
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The Kids just loved this film and have watched it quite a few times now,so it was a very good buy.Published on 14 July 2013 by Stephen A. Buxton