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Re-Animated (2006)

Part live-action, part animated story about a boy who, after an awful amusement park accident, gets a brain transplant, which allows him to see cartoon characters in real life.

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Tucker Barkley ...
Scott / Dancer
Eunice Cho ...
Robin
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Mrs. Salsbury
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Jimmy's Dad
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Becky
Chanel Gaines ...
Girl Dakota
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Lead Junior Milt
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Dolly Gopher (voice)
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Easily Excited Kid (as Terrence Hardy)
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Jimmy Roberts
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Jimmy is the kid everybody ignores and uses. One day, he gets into a freak accident. The only way for him to survive is a brain transplant. He gets the brain of Milt Appleday, a famous cartoon creator. And when he wakes up, he can see cartoons! Written by Fluffy Love Muffin

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8 December 2006 (USA)  »

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The animation parts were all produced by Renegade Animation, the studio responsible for Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi. See more »

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Easily Excited Kid: Yeah!
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utter crap
13 January 2007 | by See all my reviews

This is a real dark day for the old Cartoon Network. Not only do they begin to make non-animated fare for their sinking ship of a network, but it's terrible animated fare aimed at the lowest common denominator audience of shut ins and agoraphobic, obese pre-teens. Everything in this movie is so "turned up to 11" that nothing makes an impression.

One thing that did stand out was the terrible soundtrack. The music that accompanies scene changes is exactly like the music that follows the kids around on every Disney and Nick show. It's obvious that the CN is trying to catch up to them and make their own terrible garbage packages for kids.

They're the new Fox network. They cancel anything with a hope of being successful, and they greenlight stuff like this. Alternately, the Adult Swim line up apparently greenlights anything that blows in the door. It's obvious that they don't know what works in the post Aqua Teen tastescape, and they're content to flail around looking for it for as long as they need.


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