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'''''Battle For Terra''''', originally known simply as '''''Terra''''' in the US, is a 2007 SpeculativeFiction CGI movie about an invasion by advanced and hostile aliens, a dangerous friendship, the ties of family, and the hard choice of doing what's right and the survival of your race. Oh, and we're the [[HumansAreCthulhu godlike invaders]].

The planet Terra is [[SugarBowl home to a race of peaceful, floating aliens who celebrate life and live in harmony with nature]], but everything is not as [[TownWithADarkSecret cheerful as it seems]]. Mala is a [[GadgeteerGenius mechanically gifted]] and [[HotBlooded rebellious]] girl who questions their society's restriction on science and the ForbiddenZone. After [[TotalEclipseOfThePlot an ominous eclipse]], space ships descend and abduct several of the Terrians who mistake them for gods; among the abducted is Mala's father. This prompts her to try and get abducted herself, leading to a dangerous chase as she catches the attention of Lt. Jim Stanton. After a harrowing pursuit, she outmaneuvers him into a [[GeoEffects wind tunnel]] and his ship crashes.

Mala takes him to her home, and with the help of his RobotBuddy, Giddy, keeps him from being suffocated in Terra's atmosphere. Stranded, Jim agrees to help Mala find her father in exchange for help returning home. Things only get more complicated for the two as friendship, loyalty, and family set them and their people up for a devastating battle that could wipe out one of the two races.

A compact and entertaining movie, it doesn't pull its punches when it comes to the [[AnyoneCanDie death]] involved in such a conflicting plot. It boasts a mixed cast of [[HeyItsThatGuy famous film stars and voice actors]], with solid performances all around. A pity that the marketing was practically nonexistent, and few people were aware of the film when it came out.

Has nothing to do with ''TowardTheTerra''. Now on Hulu.

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!!This film provides examples of:

* AcceptableBreaksFromReality: the film has several cases of what may pass in a film aimed for children/family, but not so as this is very much aimed at the Sci-Fi Fans or Star Wars Teens.
** Mala and Giddy build an oxygen synthesizer that uses a single plant (like something from a flower pot) to create enough breathable air to keep Jim alive. The plant would be working at several orders of magnitude faster than anything from Earth to produce that much oxygen.
** For that matter, the conversation preceding that scene implies there is no oxygen in the air, which flies in the face of current scientific rationale that oxygen is pretty much ''required'' for multicellular life (nothing else produces enough energy). One can rationalize this away by presuming that it's the ''concentration'' of oxygen that is the issue. It is possible to have a level high enough to support complex life on Terra but low enough to be lethal for humans, and then it would be almost a matter-of-course that the levels humans are used to would be lethal for Terrians (oxygen is a very toxic gas in high concentrations). It should also be noted that the [[spoiler:murals depicting the ancient war the Terrians fought]] show clear pictures of bombs, explosions and fire, which would necessarily imply the presence of oxygen for combustion.
* ActionGirl: Mala, which is pretty unusual considering she grew up in a society without weapons.
* AliensSpeakingEnglish: Averted. The Terrian language is rendered in English for the viewers' convenience, but Mala requires Giddy's help to communicate with Jim.
* AllStarCast: Creator/EvanRachelWood, Creator/ChrisEvans, James Garner, Brian Cox, Creator/DavidCross, Luke Wilson, Danny Glover, Creator/MarkHamill, Dennis Quaid, and others.
* AlmostOutOfOxygen: Jim runs out of oxygen in his spacesuit, and the other protagonists have to synthesize it for him. Later in the movie, Jim has to choose between pumping oxygen into a room to save his brother, or to pump the native air into a room to save the female protagonist. He [[TakingAThirdOption takes a third option]]. [[spoiler:Hemmer also reveals that the Ark itself is down to two months of breathable air, making their need for a new home all the more immediate.]]
* AnyoneCanDie: [[spoiler: Jim, and Mala's father.]]
* ApocalypseHow: The terraformer can create a breathable atmosphere for humans... but the natives won't be able to breathe it.
* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: [[spoiler:Not only the SuperweaponSurprise; the Terrians fight surprisingly well for such a pacifistic people.]]
** [[spoiler: Because they weren't always "Celebrating Life"]]
* ExpositionBeam: Used in place of TranslatorMicrobes.
* FaceDeathWithDignity:
** [[spoiler:Jim]] dies with a content expression on his face as his ship is consumed in flame.
** Subverted with [[spoiler:Hemmer]]. Though he initially keeps his composure while [[spoiler:his men flee in response to Jim bearing down on the terraformer]], he ultimately loses his cool at the final moment, as if he wasn't really convinced [[spoiler:Jim would actually succeed]].
* FirstContact: For both species, although the film focuses on the Terrians.
* {{Foreshadowing}}: One of the shots inside the Elder's airship [[spoiler:shows a digital display on the wall, well beyond the tech level displayed at that point]].
* GadgeteerGenius: Mala.
* GeneralRipper: General Hemmer.
* GreyAndGrayMorality: No one in this film is evil; the Terrians' BigBrother is well meaning and kind, and most of the humans don't want to invade, but see no other option [[spoiler: as their ship will fail in about two months]], which is why the villain is so willing to do whatever it takes.
* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler: Jim, who died destroying the terraformer.]]
* HumansAreCthulhu
* ImpossibleHourglassFigure: All the terrians, man and woman alike.
* InnocentAliens: The Terrians... mostly. [[spoiler: Those low hanging clouds in the ForbiddenZone? Ash clouds from a war that nearly destroyed their species.]]
* InvisibleAdvertising: Lionsgate gave the film a very light marketing campaign (seemingly only promoting it with PG-13 genre films), reduced the theatre count on the film just days before opening (from 2,500 to only 1,000 theatres) and left it for dead against ''{{Wolverine}}''. Most theatres pulled it after a week as a result. Also, the 3-D version was released in fewer theatres than usual (despite the few ads heavily promoting the 3-D).
* ItIsDehumanizing: The humans refer to the terrians with the pronoun "it", or just call them monsters. Jim demonstrates that he's warming up when he refers to Mala as "she", a fact which Giddy points out.
* KickTheDog: The SadisticChoice General Hemmer forces upon Jim. Subverted in that [[spoiler:Jim's brother was apparently in on the plan and agreed to it in order to confirm Jim's loyalty.]]
* LampshadeHanging: General Hammer lampshades the terraforming device taking seven days, an obvious reference to [[Literature/TheBible Genesis]], by saying, "Very biblical, don't you think?"
* LiteraryAgentHypothesis: In the beginning of the film we are introduced to aliens... that surprisingly speak English. Later on, one of the aliens meets an English-speaking human, at which point we realize that they actually ''can't'' understand each other. Obviously, the aliens are speaking their own language, and the filmmakers just gave it to us in English to [[TranslationConvention make it easier to understand]]. Though it leads to a bit of confusion the first time the alien and human meet when one realizes that their first few lines (both of which we hear in English) are actually in different languages.
** In the DVD Commentary the Director/Writer says he had originally intended to do something akin to ''Film/TheHuntForRedOctober'' but many people found it more confusing than the way it ended up.
* LivingGasbag: Pretty much all the native life on Terra consists of this, including its sapient inhabitants the Terrians.
* MissingMom: Mala's mother is dead before the film proper, shown in a subtle yet powerful scene of Mala putting out three dinner plates, pausing, then taking one away.
* MoralMyopia: Hemmer justifies his coup by using footage of a terrian causing a hull breach that killed two humans along with the terrian. He refuses to even address that his men abducted said terrian, [[spoiler:and that he was Mala's father and thus [[PapaWolf defending his daughter]]]], despite the fact that the council he is arguing to brings up both points.
* MotherShip: The Ark is the humans' GenerationShip which is [[spoiler: about to become unlivable]].
* [[MyCountryRightOrWrong My Species Right Or Wrong]]: Jim's brother's attitude.
* NoFlowInCGI: No one has long hair (Jim is bald, the Terrians are hairless), and the only flowing surfaces are some pendants in the middle of the film.
** There are also many scenes that seem deprived of after-effects and the only reason the Terrians floated was because they couldn't animate both races walking. Considering 16 people worked on it and it cost $4 Million (compare to ''WesternAnimation/{{Up}}'s'' $150 million budget) it could have been worse.
* OurFounder: [[spoiler:Jim]] gets a statue at the end, [[spoiler:since his HeroicSacrifice led to the establishment of a colony that benefits both species.]]
* OutrunTheFireball: Both subverted and played straight. [[spoiler: When the terraformer goes boom, the fireball outruns Jim, but his brother and Mala manage to barely escape it]].
* PlanetOfHats: Averted. The Terrians weren't always a happy, life loving people. [[spoiler: They were once a warlike people who nearly wiped themselves out]].
* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: The President and his council, before a coup which results in Hemmer [[TyrantTakesTheHelm taking over]].
* TheRightOfASuperiorSpecies: Hemmer justifies their invasion by the right of their superior technology, and their pressing need of a new home.
* RidiculouslyHumanRobots: Giddy, which even catches Jim off-guard. Other robots of his model never even speak, so it's unclear if this is common.
* RobotBuddy: Giddy.
* SadisticChoice: When Hemmer forces Jim to [[spoiler: choose between saving Mala or his brother.]]
* ScienceIsBad: Early in the film, it's mentioned that the Elders have to approve any new inventions. [[spoiler:This is because the last industrial age led to the near-annihilation of their species.]]
* SpaceWhale: Well, flying planet whales at any rate.
* SuperweaponSurprise: [[spoiler: The Terrians' past fighters and tanks.]]
* TakeAThirdOption: Twice. [[spoiler: Jim first is presented with the SadisticChoice between saving Mala or his brother, and chooses his brother. Then he manages to save Mala by ordering Giddy to save her. Later, in the middle of the battle between human and terrian around the terraformer, he has to choose whether to rescue his brother or let Mala kill him for shooting down her friend. He flies between them, interrupting their fight, and then destroys the terraformer.]] Don't worry, it resulted in an EarnYourHappyEnding.
* {{Terraforming}}: An example of terraforming an already-populated planet. In this case, by replacing the unspecified atmosphere with an oxygen-based one.
* UsedFuture: The Ark is in ''horrible'' condition. There is not a single part of the ship that isn't covered in rust or worn out, and equipment failures that results in death are common.
* WeComeInPeaceShootToKill: The president wants to explore all options before they go with genocide, while Hemmer advocates an "us or them" position. First contact consists of the military abducting numerous Terrians, and Jim opens fire immediately when he spots Mala's primitive flying machine. Later on, bombers lay waste to her village, probably because Mala managed to take down Jim's ship.
* WellIntentionedExtremist: General Hemmer has [[UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans humanity's survival as his goal]], even if it means exterminating the Terrians.
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'''''Battle For Terra''''', originally known simply as '''''Terra''''' in the US, is a 2007 SpeculativeFiction CGI movie about an invasion by advanced and hostile aliens, a dangerous friendship, the ties of family, and the hard choice of doing what's right and the survival of your race. Oh, and we're the [[HumansAreCthulhu godlike invaders]].

The planet Terra is [[SugarBowl home to a race of peaceful, floating aliens who celebrate life and live in harmony with nature]], but everything is not as [[TownWithADarkSecret cheerful as it seems]]. Mala is a [[GadgeteerGenius mechanically gifted]] and [[HotBlooded rebellious]] girl who questions their society's restriction on science and the ForbiddenZone. After [[TotalEclipseOfThePlot an ominous eclipse]], space ships descend and abduct several of the Terrians who mistake them for gods; among the abducted is Mala's father. This prompts her to try and get abducted herself, leading to a dangerous chase as she catches the attention of Lt. Jim Stanton. After a harrowing pursuit, she outmaneuvers him into a [[GeoEffects wind tunnel]] and his ship crashes.

Mala takes him to her home, and with the help of his RobotBuddy, Giddy, keeps him from being suffocated in Terra's atmosphere. Stranded, Jim agrees to help Mala find her father in exchange for help returning home. Things only get more complicated for the two as friendship, loyalty, and family set them and their people up for a devastating battle that could wipe out one of the two races.

A compact and entertaining movie, it doesn't pull its punches when it comes to the [[AnyoneCanDie death]] involved in such a conflicting plot. It boasts a mixed cast of [[HeyItsThatGuy famous film stars and voice actors]], with solid performances all around. A pity that the marketing was practically nonexistent, and few people were aware of the film when it came out.

Has nothing to do with ''TowardTheTerra''. Now on Hulu.

----
!!This film provides examples of:

* AcceptableBreaksFromReality: the film has several cases of what may pass in a film aimed for children/family, but not so as this is very much aimed at the Sci-Fi Fans or Star Wars Teens.
** Mala and Giddy build an oxygen synthesizer that uses a single plant (like something from a flower pot) to create enough breathable air to keep Jim alive. The plant would be working at several orders of magnitude faster than anything from Earth to produce that much oxygen.
** For that matter, the conversation preceding that scene implies there is no oxygen in the air, which flies in the face of current scientific rationale that oxygen is pretty much ''required'' for multicellular life (nothing else produces enough energy). One can rationalize this away by presuming that it's the ''concentration'' of oxygen that is the issue. It is possible to have a level high enough to support complex life on Terra but low enough to be lethal for humans, and then it would be almost a matter-of-course that the levels humans are used to would be lethal for Terrians (oxygen is a very toxic gas in high concentrations). It should also be noted that the [[spoiler:murals depicting the ancient war the Terrians fought]] show clear pictures of bombs, explosions and fire, which would necessarily imply the presence of oxygen for combustion.
* ActionGirl: Mala, which is pretty unusual considering she grew up in a society without weapons.
* AliensSpeakingEnglish: Averted. The Terrian language is rendered in English for the viewers' convenience, but Mala requires Giddy's help to communicate with Jim.
* AllStarCast: Creator/EvanRachelWood, Creator/ChrisEvans, James Garner, Brian Cox, Creator/DavidCross, Luke Wilson, Danny Glover, Creator/MarkHamill, Dennis Quaid, and others.
* AlmostOutOfOxygen: Jim runs out of oxygen in his spacesuit, and the other protagonists have to synthesize it for him. Later in the movie, Jim has to choose between pumping oxygen into a room to save his brother, or to pump the native air into a room to save the female protagonist. He [[TakingAThirdOption takes a third option]]. [[spoiler:Hemmer also reveals that the Ark itself is down to two months of breathable air, making their need for a new home all the more immediate.]]
* AnyoneCanDie: [[spoiler: Jim, and Mala's father.]]
* ApocalypseHow: The terraformer can create a breathable atmosphere for humans... but the natives won't be able to breathe it.
* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: [[spoiler:Not only the SuperweaponSurprise; the Terrians fight surprisingly well for such a pacifistic people.]]
** [[spoiler: Because they weren't always "Celebrating Life"]]
* ExpositionBeam: Used in place of TranslatorMicrobes.
* FaceDeathWithDignity:
** [[spoiler:Jim]] dies with a content expression on his face as his ship is consumed in flame.
** Subverted with [[spoiler:Hemmer]]. Though he initially keeps his composure while [[spoiler:his men flee in response to Jim bearing down on the terraformer]], he ultimately loses his cool at the final moment, as if he wasn't really convinced [[spoiler:Jim would actually succeed]].
* FirstContact: For both species, although the film focuses on the Terrians.
* {{Foreshadowing}}: One of the shots inside the Elder's airship [[spoiler:shows a digital display on the wall, well beyond the tech level displayed at that point]].
* GadgeteerGenius: Mala.
* GeneralRipper: General Hemmer.
* GreyAndGrayMorality: No one in this film is evil; the Terrians' BigBrother is well meaning and kind, and most of the humans don't want to invade, but see no other option [[spoiler: as their ship will fail in about two months]], which is why the villain is so willing to do whatever it takes.
* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler: Jim, who died destroying the terraformer.]]
* HumansAreCthulhu
* ImpossibleHourglassFigure: All the terrians, man and woman alike.
* InnocentAliens: The Terrians... mostly. [[spoiler: Those low hanging clouds in the ForbiddenZone? Ash clouds from a war that nearly destroyed their species.]]
* InvisibleAdvertising: Lionsgate gave the film a very light marketing campaign (seemingly only promoting it with PG-13 genre films), reduced the theatre count on the film just days before opening (from 2,500 to only 1,000 theatres) and left it for dead against ''{{Wolverine}}''. Most theatres pulled it after a week as a result. Also, the 3-D version was released in fewer theatres than usual (despite the few ads heavily promoting the 3-D).
* ItIsDehumanizing: The humans refer to the terrians with the pronoun "it", or just call them monsters. Jim demonstrates that he's warming up when he refers to Mala as "she", a fact which Giddy points out.
* KickTheDog: The SadisticChoice General Hemmer forces upon Jim. Subverted in that [[spoiler:Jim's brother was apparently in on the plan and agreed to it in order to confirm Jim's loyalty.]]
* LampshadeHanging: General Hammer lampshades the terraforming device taking seven days, an obvious reference to [[Literature/TheBible Genesis]], by saying, "Very biblical, don't you think?"
* LiteraryAgentHypothesis: In the beginning of the film we are introduced to aliens... that surprisingly speak English. Later on, one of the aliens meets an English-speaking human, at which point we realize that they actually ''can't'' understand each other. Obviously, the aliens are speaking their own language, and the filmmakers just gave it to us in English to [[TranslationConvention make it easier to understand]]. Though it leads to a bit of confusion the first time the alien and human meet when one realizes that their first few lines (both of which we hear in English) are actually in different languages.
** In the DVD Commentary the Director/Writer says he had originally intended to do something akin to ''Film/TheHuntForRedOctober'' but many people found it more confusing than the way it ended up.
* LivingGasbag: Pretty much all the native life on Terra consists of this, including its sapient inhabitants the Terrians.
* MissingMom: Mala's mother is dead before the film proper, shown in a subtle yet powerful scene of Mala putting out three dinner plates, pausing, then taking one away.
* MoralMyopia: Hemmer justifies his coup by using footage of a terrian causing a hull breach that killed two humans along with the terrian. He refuses to even address that his men abducted said terrian, [[spoiler:and that he was Mala's father and thus [[PapaWolf defending his daughter]]]], despite the fact that the council he is arguing to brings up both points.
* MotherShip: The Ark is the humans' GenerationShip which is [[spoiler: about to become unlivable]].
* [[MyCountryRightOrWrong My Species Right Or Wrong]]: Jim's brother's attitude.
* NoFlowInCGI: No one has long hair (Jim is bald, the Terrians are hairless), and the only flowing surfaces are some pendants in the middle of the film.
** There are also many scenes that seem deprived of after-effects and the only reason the Terrians floated was because they couldn't animate both races walking. Considering 16 people worked on it and it cost $4 Million (compare to ''WesternAnimation/{{Up}}'s'' $150 million budget) it could have been worse.
* OurFounder: [[spoiler:Jim]] gets a statue at the end, [[spoiler:since his HeroicSacrifice led to the establishment of a colony that benefits both species.]]
* OutrunTheFireball: Both subverted and played straight. [[spoiler: When the terraformer goes boom, the fireball outruns Jim, but his brother and Mala manage to barely escape it]].
* PlanetOfHats: Averted. The Terrians weren't always a happy, life loving people. [[spoiler: They were once a warlike people who nearly wiped themselves out]].
* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: The President and his council, before a coup which results in Hemmer [[TyrantTakesTheHelm taking over]].
* TheRightOfASuperiorSpecies: Hemmer justifies their invasion by the right of their superior technology, and their pressing need of a new home.
* RidiculouslyHumanRobots: Giddy, which even catches Jim off-guard. Other robots of his model never even speak, so it's unclear if this is common.
* RobotBuddy: Giddy.
* SadisticChoice: When Hemmer forces Jim to [[spoiler: choose between saving Mala or his brother.]]
* ScienceIsBad: Early in the film, it's mentioned that the Elders have to approve any new inventions. [[spoiler:This is because the last industrial age led to the near-annihilation of their species.]]
* SpaceWhale: Well, flying planet whales at any rate.
* SuperweaponSurprise: [[spoiler: The Terrians' past fighters and tanks.]]
* TakeAThirdOption: Twice. [[spoiler: Jim first is presented with the SadisticChoice between saving Mala or his brother, and chooses his brother. Then he manages to save Mala by ordering Giddy to save her. Later, in the middle of the battle between human and terrian around the terraformer, he has to choose whether to rescue his brother or let Mala kill him for shooting down her friend. He flies between them, interrupting their fight, and then destroys the terraformer.]] Don't worry, it resulted in an EarnYourHappyEnding.
* {{Terraforming}}: An example of terraforming an already-populated planet. In this case, by replacing the unspecified atmosphere with an oxygen-based one.
* UsedFuture: The Ark is in ''horrible'' condition. There is not a single part of the ship that isn't covered in rust or worn out, and equipment failures that results in death are common.
* WeComeInPeaceShootToKill: The president wants to explore all options before they go with genocide, while Hemmer advocates an "us or them" position. First contact consists of the military abducting numerous Terrians, and Jim opens fire immediately when he spots Mala's primitive flying machine. Later on, bombers lay waste to her village, probably because Mala managed to take down Jim's ship.
* WellIntentionedExtremist: General Hemmer has [[UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans humanity's survival as his goal]], even if it means exterminating the Terrians.
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* FaceDeathWithDignity: [[spoiler:Jim]] dies with a content expression on his face as his ship is consumed in flame.

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[[spoiler:Jim]] dies with a content expression on his face as his ship is consumed in flame.flame.
** Subverted with [[spoiler:Hemmer]]. Though he initially keeps his composure while [[spoiler:his men flee in response to Jim bearing down on the terraformer]], he ultimately loses his cool at the final moment, as if he wasn't really convinced [[spoiler:Jim would actually succeed]].
9th Mar '13 7:02:18 PM TheRoguePenguin
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* {{Foreshadowing}}: One of the shots inside the Elder's airship [[spoiler:shows a digital display on the wall, well beyond the tech level displayed at that point]].
8th Mar '13 7:39:48 PM LongLiveHumour
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** There are also many scenes that seem deprived of after-effects and the only reason the Terrians floated was because they couldn't animate both races walking. Considering 16 people worked on it and it cost $4 Million (compare to ''Film/{{Up}}'s'' $150 million budget) it could have been worse.

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** There are also many scenes that seem deprived of after-effects and the only reason the Terrians floated was because they couldn't animate both races walking. Considering 16 people worked on it and it cost $4 Million (compare to ''Film/{{Up}}'s'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Up}}'s'' $150 million budget) it could have been worse.
1st Mar '13 12:53:37 PM Ghost101
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* AllStarCast: Creator/EvanRachelWood, ChrisEvans, James Garner, Brian Cox, Creator/DavidCross, Luke Wilson, Danny Glover, Creator/MarkHamill, Dennis Quaid, and others.

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* AllStarCast: Creator/EvanRachelWood, ChrisEvans, Creator/ChrisEvans, James Garner, Brian Cox, Creator/DavidCross, Luke Wilson, Danny Glover, Creator/MarkHamill, Dennis Quaid, and others.
17th Jan '13 10:14:14 AM erforce
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** In the DVD Commentary the Director/Writer says he had originally intended to do something akin to ''TheHuntForRedOctober'' but many people found it more confusing than the way it ended up.

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** In the DVD Commentary the Director/Writer says he had originally intended to do something akin to ''TheHuntForRedOctober'' ''Film/TheHuntForRedOctober'' but many people found it more confusing than the way it ended up.
15th Jan '13 1:45:26 PM MarkLungo
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* AllStarCast: EvanRachelWood, ChrisEvans, James Garner, Brian Cox, DavidCross, Luke Wilson, Danny Glover, MarkHamill, Dennis Quaid, and others.

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* AllStarCast: EvanRachelWood, Creator/EvanRachelWood, ChrisEvans, James Garner, Brian Cox, DavidCross, Creator/DavidCross, Luke Wilson, Danny Glover, MarkHamill, Creator/MarkHamill, Dennis Quaid, and others.
14th Jan '13 5:34:40 PM barretxiii
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* AllStarCast: EvanRachelWood, ChrisEvans, James Garner, Brian Cox, DavidCross, Luke Wilson, Danny Glover, MarkHamill, Dennis Quaid, and others.
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