|FoodSplat!: The Animated Movie|
|Animation Studio|| Blur Studios|
|Distributor||Universal Pictures, Dreamworks Animation|
|Music Producer||Anne David|
|Format||3D-2D animated film|
|Genre||Animation, Comedy, Adventure|
|Theatrical Release||September 7, 2012 (USA)|
|Home Release|| January 1, 2013 (Digital)|
January 15, 2013 (Blu-Ray and DVD)
|Production Budget||$689 million|
|Box Office||$14.2 billion|
FoodSplat!: The Animated Movie premiered on June 16, 2012 at the Los Angeles Film Festival, and was released in the United States on September 7, 2012. Upon the release, it received positive reviews from fans and critics, The film earned a total of $689 million against a budget of $14.2 billion at the worldwide box office.
In a land named "Resortpolis", It involves many certain objects doing what they do best. An apple named App Brent, who is a somewhat amateur, is really gloomy because when he was a kid, people was destroying a sculpture made of paper mache and people bullied him at school. Most people doesn't care about him (at all). One day, an unauthorized object had an idea to destroy the land, he planned about squashing a watermelon with a 100 pound box.
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While Dreamworks were working on Shrek in mid-1999, They got an idea to make an object film (even though, object community wasn't even a company yet until 2012) There was an object film called The Brave Little Toaster and other ones that were alive objects. They started the production in 2001 after Shrek was released.
This film used Adobe Flash CS3 in 2009 and switched to Adobe Flash CS6 in 2012. For digital animation, the film used Toon Boom Digital Pro and Toon Boom Animate. It also used Toon Boom Animate Pro in 2009. They used Adobe Photoshop for posters, bumpers, and concept arts. Maya for 3D animation. Adobe After Effects for visual effects and compositing, The Foundry Nuke for compositing, Houdini Effects for CGI effects, Avid Media Composer for video editing, Audacity for sound and dialogue editing, and Avid Pro Tools for music editing and arrangements.
FoodSplat!: The Animated Movie has received positive reviews from critics. Based on 79 reviews, the film holds a 93% "Certified Fresh" rating on Rotten Tomatoes, with the consensus stating "With a blast of fun, and laughter, excellent story, and smooth 3D animation and pretty 2D animation, FoodSplat is a legend." On Metacritic, the film has an average score of 88 out of 100, indicating "universal acclaim".
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