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Romeo & Juliet: Sealed with a Kiss (2006)

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Romeo & Juliet: Sealed With a Kiss is a fully animated feature fantasy about two star crossed seals from warring families that fall in love against their parents' wishes. When Juliet's ... See full summary »


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Credited cast:
Daniel Trippett ...
Romeo (voice)
Tricia Trippett ...
Juliet (voice) (as Patricia Trippett)
Chip Albers ...
Mercutio (voice)
Steve Goldberg ...
Montague (voice)
Phil Nibbelink ...
Prince (voice)
Chanelle Nibbelink ...
Kissy the Kissing Fish (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sam Gold ...


Romeo & Juliet: Sealed With a Kiss is a fully animated feature fantasy about two star crossed seals from warring families that fall in love against their parents' wishes. When Juliet's father gives her hand in marriage to the monstrous elephant seal Prince, Juliet must fake her death in order to be reunited with Romeo. But the plan goes afoul and it's a desperate race to the end. With the help of their friends Friar Lawrence and Kissy, the kissing fish, the day is saved and the young lovers are reunited. Romeo & Juliet: Sealed With a Kiss is the ageless tale of love and prejudice set in an undersea world. A film that can be enjoyed by the whole family. Written by Phil Nibbelink

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Release Date:

23 June 2006 (Spain)  »

Also Known As:

Romeo & Juliet: Sealed with a Kiss  »

Box Office


$2,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

$80,938 (USA) (27 October 2006)


$462,689 (USA) (13 July 2007)

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Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Was animated by one man: Phil Nibbelink. Nibbelink mainly used Macromedia Flash 4 and Moho (now Anime Studio). To maintain the hand-drawn animation look and feel, a Wacom tablet was used to draw the characters frame-by-frame. Moho was only used for over-the-shoulder and crowd shots. See more »


Montague: Mercutio, what do you suppose is the matter with my son?
Mercutio: What, young Romeo? I think he swallowed a little sushi and it went down the wrong pipe, y'know what I'm talkin' about?
Benvolio: You know, too many sea slugs can be bad for your digestion.
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Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
Performed by Chanelle Nibbelink
Arranged by Elva Nibbelink
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It's not as bad as people say, but it's certainly weird to say the least
1 December 2009 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Well, first off... I don't hate this film, but I don't consider it a masterpiece either. So why the 7? Well, if you don't take this movie seriously, it's a lot easier to enjoy as, at least to me, it comes across as more of a parody making fun of Romeo and Juliet (Along with other romance titles). Plus we don't get movies like these anymore, you know, musicals and the like. Granted, the soundtrack's not really that memorable, but hey, the songs are still good. Also, the animations are pretty good considering this was done in flash.

First off, I myself was expecting a more serious film. Just because it's aimed at kids doesn't mean it can't be serious! I just thought I'd point that out! However, this humorous spoof of it does manage to get a laugh out of me, though I'll admit I wanted to punch Kissy Fish in the face. They went overboard with her. And the fact that they interrupted the storyline just to give us a rap song from the Fryer... I found that entire scene in general rather pointless, not just the Fryer's song.

As for Mercutio: Again, they went overkill with him. I know he was comedy relief in the original story too, but the only funny thing about him in this film is the simple fact that he only thinks his jokes are funny. Granted, some of them were pretty good, like his insults directed towards the Capulet prince. Plus it's rather humorous listening to him quote lines from other Shakespearian plays for no reason whatsoever. (I'm serious, there isn't a single line from Romeo and Juliet in that. They're all from other Shakespeare productions) I was kinda hoping they wouldn't change the ending, but I can sort of understand why they did. It just seems like kind of a letdown, though. The fryer makes this great speech about how the feud killed two young lovers only for them to come to life because, of course, they didn't drink the entire potion. Oh yeah, and Mercutio coming back to life... why couldn't they let him stay dead? I honestly thought he was the worst character in this. Okay, granted, I did sorta see it coming because of course a seal can't drown to death. Seals aren't half-fish for nothing.

I know it sounds like I hated this film, but I really didn't. I thought it was good. Not exactly great, not bad either, just good. As long as you don't take it seriously, you may be able to actually enjoy this one.

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