In the year 3028 the Drej, a vicious alien race, has destroyed Earth. Fifteen years later a young man named Cale learns he possesses a genetically encoded map to the Titan, a spaceship that holds the secret to the salvation of the human race.
With the Drej in hot pursuit, Cale blasts off with the new crew of the Valkyrie in an attempt to find the Titan before the Drej destroy it, and with it mankind's last chance for a home of their own. Featuring an all star cast that includes Matt Damon and Drew Barrymore and an edgy, out-of-this-world soundtrack, Titan A.E. is an intergalactic thrill ride for a new generation.
This movie was an awesome debut of a new range of technical skills in CGI movie creation. Despite a cast that includes some big names, I was frankly a little dubious about this one until I saw it.
I was blown away! This movie had me enthralled by the extremely high level of special effects and believable soundscape, however the believability of the storyline left a bit lacking.
I thought it a classic worth keeping, so it's part of my collection, but I wouldn't watch it more than once a month or so.
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