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YMMV: Titan A.E.
  • Animation Age Ghetto: A major contributor to the commercial failure of the movie. Some of the commercials try to avoid showing any traditional animation at all.
    • They themselves were seemingly unsure of who their target age group was. They have cutesy cartoony characters like Gune that are clearly aimed for kids, but they also have visible bloodshed and rather graphic onscreen deaths.
  • Author's Saving Throw: See Explosive Decompression in the main page.
  • Awesome Music: The whole soundtrack. Even kind of counts in the ice field scene (where there is no music at all), as the absence of music makes the scene far more tense and effective than anything that could have been put in.
  • Crazy Awesome: Gune is undeniably loopy, but that apparently helps him a lot in his scientist/navigator duties.
    Cale: I'll tell you a secret: This guy's nuts!
    Korso: And I'll tell you another: He's never wrong.
  • Creepy Awesome: Preed. He definitely qualifies as 'creepy,' but factor in his one-liners and eventual Magnificent Bastard tendencies, this is what you get.
  • Crowning Music of Awesome: Pick a song. Any song.
  • Ensemble Darkhorse: Gune, for all the reasons mentioned above, and because he is the only really Bluthy character in the whole show. Stith is a fan favorite, and oddly, Korso and Preed have gained a following, sometimes bordering on the Leather Pants.
  • Fan-Preferred Couple: Many people who watch the movie, nevermind if they enjoyed it or not, seem to ship Korso and Preed together. For others it becomes Squick because of Preed's appearance as an alien.
  • Nightmare Fuel: Earth getting blown up. The fact that it was in the trailers meant that even kids who didn't see the movie likely saw that scene.
  • One-Scene Wonder: The guard. It helps that his dialogue was written by Joss Whedon.
  • Shocking Swerve: Korso's betrayal.
  • Special Effects Failure: Producer/Director Gary Goldman and Don Bluth openly complained about the time-and-budget crunch imposed by Fox at points in the DVD commentary, most notably involving a CG cliff shown near the end of the film that was done in literally the last two weeks of production.
  • Visual Effects of Awesome: Sure there is plenty of Conspicuous CG. But there's no denying the overflow of pure epic that is the Titan destroying the Drej and forming a new planet. Or the destruction of Earth in the beginning.
  • Woobie Species: Humans could be seen as this, as Earth was destroyed by the Drej, making humans galactic drifters.

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