2007 Animation Movies

 (2007)

Elf Bowling the Movie

    • PG
    • 82 min
    • Animation

    So you think you know the real story behind Santa Claus? So starts "Elf Bowling the Movie: The Great North Pole Elf Strike" and it takes you on a laugh filled journey from pirate filled oceans to the North Pole to Fiji. There are several toe tapping musical numbers along the way including Wrapplestiltskin rapping and Dingle, the evil brother, crooning. Oh and let's not forget the "Elf Bowling". I'm not familiar with the video game but it sure is funny seeing how the game is fit into the film. The elves signature reaction of joy cracked me up. First rate writing, brilliant voice work by Joe Alaskey and Tom Kenney (of Spongebob fame), and superb animation will make this a holiday treat that everyone will enjoy.

     (2007)

    Evangelion 1.0

      • PG-13
      • 95 min
      • Animation

      "Evangelion 1.0" is the first installment in a film series known as the Rebuild of Evangelion that reinterprets the story first told in the critically acclaimed anime series Neon Genesis Evangelion.

       (2007)

      Family Guy Presents: Blue Harvest

        • Unrated
        • 48 min
        • Animation

        With the Griffins stuck at home during a blackout, Peter begins to tell a story, which leads to a Star Wars flashback. Acting out scenes from Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.

         (2007)

        Fist of the North Star: Raoh Side Story Fierce Fighting Arc

          • Unrated
          • 85 min
          • Animation

          Raoh, a master of the fighting style Hokutou Shinken, is making his way for World domination. For this purpose, Raoh must defeat his biggest enemy who is also his little brother and another Hokutou Shinken disciple. The story is about a catastrophic future in which most of the World, resources of Earth are destroyed after a nuclear war. This movie summarizes and originates from some part of the series Hokutou no Ken.

           (2007)

          Flatland: The Film

            • Unrated
            • 98 min
            • Animation

            Flatland is a two-dimensional universe occupied by living geometric figures - squares, triangles, circles, etc. A Square, Attorney At Law, finds himself in the middle of two upheavals: the rise of martial law by the circular leadership of Flatland, and the arrival of A Sphere, CEO Of Messiah, Incorporated, a creature from a hitherto-unknown third dimensional world. Written by Anonymous

             (2007)

            Futurama: Bender's Big Score

            • 100%
            • PG
            • 88 min
            • Animation

            The Planet Express crew return from cancellation, only to be robbed blind by hideous "sprunging" scam artists. Things go from bad to worse when the scammers hack Bender, start traveling through time, and take Earth over entirely! Will the crew be able to save the day, or will Bender's larcenous tendencies and their general incompetence doom them all?

             (2007)

            Garfield Gets Real

              • Unrated
              • 75 min
              • Animation

              Garfield is back with a new look. Tired with his routine as a comic strip star, Garfield escapes the page and heads into the "real world." While living the low-key life of a real housecat, he learns his comic will be cancelled if he doesn't return before the newspaper goes to print. The video games will follow the storyline as Garfield plows through obstacles to make his way back home.

               (2007)

              Genius Party

                • Unrated
                • 85 min
                • Animation

                Seven short films from different directors. Atsuko Fukushima's intro piece is a fantastic abstraction to soak up with the eyes. Masaaki Yuasa, of MIND GAME and CAT SOUP fame, brings his distinctive and deceptively simple graphic style and dream-state logic to the table with "Happy Machine," his spin on a child's earliest year. Shinji Kimura's spookier "Deathtic 4," meanwhile, seems to tap into the creepier corners of a child's imagination and open up a toybox full of dark delights. Hideki Futamura's "Limit Cycle" conjures up a vision of virtual reality, while Yuji Fukuyama's "Doorbell" and "Baby Blue" by Shinichiro Watanabe use understated realism for very surreal purposes. And Shoji Kawamori, with "Shanghai Dragon," takes the tropes and conventions of traditional anime out for very fun joyride.

                - Written by

                Rupert Bottenberg for Fantasia Film Festival

                 (2007)

                Ghost in the Shell: Solid State Society

                  • Unrated
                  • 108 min
                  • Animation

                  A.D. 2034. It has been two years since Motoko Kusanagi left Section 9. Togusa is now the new leader of the team, that has considerably increased its appointed personnel. The expanded new Section 9 confronts a rash of complicated incidents, and investigations reveal that an ultra-wizard hacker nicknamed the "Puppet Master" is behind the entire series of events. Written by Anonymous

                  Glitz 'N' Glamour with the Bratz

                    • Unrated
                    • Animation