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Directors:
Writers:
Chris Denk (screenplay)
Ben Gluck (additional screenplay)
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Release Date:
17 September 2010 (USA) See more »
Tagline:
A Pawsome 3D Adventure See more »
Plot:
Two young wolves at opposite ends of their pack's social order are thrown together into a foreign land and need each other to return home, but love complicates everything. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
Awards:
1 nomination See more »
User Reviews:
Either you like it or you don't See more (79 total) »

Cast

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Justin Long ... Humphrey (voice)

Hayden Panettiere ... Kate (voice)

Dennis Hopper ... Tony (voice)

Danny Glover ... Winston (voice)

Larry Miller ... Marcel (voice)

Eric Price ... Paddy / Mooch (voice)

Vicki Lewis ... Eve (voice)

Christina Ricci ... Lilly (voice)

Chris Carmack ... Garth (voice)

Brian Donovan ... Salty (voice)

Kevin Sussman ... Shakey (voice)
Maya Kay ... Bear Cub (voice) (as Maya Feltheimer)

Christine Lakin ... Reba (voice)
Marilyn Tokuda ... Claws / Janice (voice)
Eric Lopez ... Can-do (voice)

Paul Nakauchi ... Hutch (voice)

Bitsie Tulloch ... Sweets (voice)

Mela Lee ... Candy (voice)

Nika Futterman ... Porcupine (voice)

Fred Tatasciore ... Garn (voice)

Mindy Sterling ... Debbie (voice)

Steve Vinovich ... Park Ranger (voice)

Marcelo Tubert ... Max (voice)

Toby Huss ... Truck Stop Employee (voice)
Jason Ortenberg ... Squirrel #1 (voice)
Andrew Ortenberg ... Squirrel #2 (voice)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Stéphane Sainte-Foi ... Wolf Howl (uncredited)

John Todd ... Dancer (uncredited)

Ayn Olivia Vaughan ... Outhouse Lady (uncredited)

Directed by
Anthony Bell 
Ben Gluck 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Chris Denk  screenplay
Ben Gluck  additional screenplay
Ben Gluck  original story
Steve Moore  original screenplay and story

Produced by
Noah Fogelson .... executive producer
Ken Katsumoto .... producer
Tracey Kimball .... co-producer
A.K. Madhavan .... executive producer
Terrence Masson .... consulting producer
Steve Moore .... producer
Michael Paseornek .... executive producer
Priyank Raj .... line producer
Seemha Ramanna .... executive producer
Richard Rich .... producer
Timothy Yoo .... associate producer
 
Original Music by
Chris Bacon  (as Chris P. Bacon)
 
Film Editing by
Scott Anderson 
Joe Campana 
 
Casting by
Baker Bloodworth 
Dominique Monfery 
Bernie Van De Yacht 
 
Production Management
Daniel Engelhardt .... production manager: Lionsgate
Meryl Friedenthal .... production supervisor: Lionsgate
Rebecca Palatnik .... production manager
 
Art Department
Mahesh Holla .... BG Texturing TL
Mike Inman .... matte painter
Satish Kutan .... models: sets and props
Manmath Matondkar .... set modeler
Prasad Posam .... modeller
Pallav Putatunda .... set dresser
Dasgupta Rahul .... surfacing supervisor
Brian Sebern .... assistant art director
Mark Sonntag .... storyboard artist
Todd Waterman .... storyboard artist
 
Sound Department
Paula Fairfield .... sound designer
Paula Fairfield .... supervising sound editor
Catherine Harper .... foley artist
Eric Lewis .... dialogue recording engineer: Studiopolis, Inc.
Brian Magerkurth .... sound mix technician
Darrin Mann .... foley mixer
Carla Murray .... sound designer
Carla Murray .... sound effects editor
Tim Rakoczy .... foley editor
Bernie Van De Yacht .... loop group coordinator
Gregory H. Watkins .... sound re-recording mixer
 
Visual Effects by
Jin Choung .... stereoscopic engineer
Harjit Singh Hans .... lighting artist
Gaurav Hingne .... shot lighting artist
Rohan Jadhav .... digital compositor
Ashutosh Jayakar .... stereoscopic supervisor
Shitikantha Mishra .... set shading lead
Praveen Pai .... visual effects lead
Shailesh Surve .... compositor
Michelle Winze .... visual effects producer (as Michelle Jacobs)
 
Animation Department
Sushant Acharekar .... lighting artist
Habeeb Ahmed .... character modeler
Jin Choung .... layout artist
Rathod Dilip .... background supervisor
Ahmed Habeeb .... character designer
Ahmed Habeeb .... character modeler
Wasif Hossain .... background artist
Mishra Jhalak .... animation sequence lead
Aram Lakhotia .... animator
Dominique Monfery .... animation director
Ganesh Poojari .... senior character modeler
Gupta Pushpranjan .... background artist
Mistry Rupal .... layout supervisor
Stéphane Sainte-Foi .... supervising animator
Thokade Satish .... animation director
Chris Sherrod .... lead layout artist
Ed Shurla .... main character modeler
Robert Sledge .... storyboard artist (2008)
Inampudi Srinivasarao .... CG Hair/Fur Artist
Seepa Suneel .... background sequence lead
Satish Thokade .... animation director
Suraj VenkataRaman .... character designer
Suraj VenkataRaman .... character modeler
Vineet Verma .... animator
Vineet Verma .... layout artist
Todd Waterman .... storyboard artist
Harinarayan Rajeev .... animator (uncredited)
 
Editorial Department
Joshua Alan Baca .... on-line editor
Tricia Chiarenza .... color timer
Trevor Joyce .... digital cinema producer
Allyse Manoff .... digital intermediate producer
Everette Webber .... digital intermediate editor
Dan Williams .... post-production assistant
 
Music Department
Jay Faires .... music executive
Joel Iwataki .... music scoring mixer
Bryan Lawson .... music editor
Haim Mazar .... musician
Tracy McKnight .... music supervisor
Robert Puff .... music librarian
David Sabee .... music contractor
Greg Vines .... score assistant
Gad Emile Zeitune .... composer: additional music
 
Other crew
G.K. Bowes .... adr voice
C.C.srinivasan .... digital compositor
Gregory J.M. Kasunich .... production assistant
Brittney Lewis .... production assistant
Matthew Lloyd .... production coordinator
Vishal Mishra .... programmer: data saving
Jagadish Kumar Patnala .... technical artist
Kennedy Phillips .... additional support
Pallav Putatunda .... production assistant
Steve Tcherchian .... systems administrator
Shajy Thomas .... head of technology
Ayn Olivia Vaughan .... assistant accountant
Lavan Kumar Venkata .... production assistant
Matt Wells .... production assistant
Shauna Brianne Wong .... business & legal affairs
Jen Yim .... business & legal affairs
 
Thanks
Dennis Hopper .... in memory of
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Alpha and Omega in 3D" - USA (promotional title)
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MPAA:
Rated PG for rude humor and some mild action
Runtime:
88 min
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Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
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Certification:
Australia:PG | Canada:G (Quebec) | Ireland:G | Malaysia:U | Netherlands:AL | Norway:7 | Portugal:M/6 | Singapore:PG | South Korea:All | Switzerland:7 (canton of Geneva) | Switzerland:7 (canton of Vaud) | UK:U | USA:PG (certificate #45887)

Did You Know?

Trivia:
The license plate on the camping couple's truck reads "A113" This refers to a classroom at CalArts.See more »
Goofs:
Factual errors: Some of the wolves in the movie, such as Humphrey, are depicted with blue eyes. Whilst this is a common mistake, perhaps due to confusion with Huskies, in reality wolves never have blue eyes - their eyes can be yellow, brown, orange or pale green.See more »
Quotes:
Humphrey:[about Garth] He's not a stud, it's like stud... uh, what's the word I'm looking for? A dud! That's it! Don't you think?
Kate:[Stifling a laugh] No, he's not a "dud." In fact, *Hum-phrey*, you'd be surprised to find out that he's...
Humphrey:Strong?
Kate:Strong, yes! He's *strong*!
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Soundtrack:
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FAQ

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10 out of 15 people found the following review useful.
Either you like it or you don't, 15 January 2011
Author: aka_4200 from United States

I am going to start off by stating that if you are someone who expects an animation movie to be realistic with all of the laws of nature being abided by along with legendary graphics, then Alpha and Omega is NOT the movie for you.

When I first saw this movie on the TV trailers, I immediately thought to myself, "I want to go see that movie." I knew this because my favorite types of movies are animation movies. I didn't know however that it was going to be as entertaining as it was. I figured it would be just like any ordinary little kids movie with the romance theme, but it was anything but that at the end of the films duration.

Now other reviews state that the movie is awful, poorly done, cheap, unrealistic, and most of all a waste of time. These people fall into the category of people with no imagination. Now the first thing I would thing someone would think of when they hear, Animated Movie, is 'imagination', real world attributes. If people think animation movies are unrealistic then they better discount any other movie they have seen, such as transformers, terminator, or even avatar, because the fact is that no movie is realistic. Besides, isn't that the point of an animation? To take you away from reality? That is the reason animations are my favorite, you don't have to worry about the laws of physics or any of that stuff because it is 'animated', you can just let your mind wander.

Alpha and Omega is one of the greatest cliché movies I have seen. I have watched it more than 20 times in a row night after night. This movies may not have the graphics but it makes up for it in adventure. It is about two wolves, one an alpha (Kate), and another an omega (Humphrey), who have two completely different personalities, who both get stuck on an adventure together

Also I have read that people heard 'potty humor' in the movie, and that is why they don't like the movie. Give me a break, the humor in this movie is no more inappropriate than The Lion King, Shrek, or Toy Story. The people who complain about the humor have no free mind and are at this point looking for any reason to discredit the movie. Not to mention the fact that there are only a few so called 'potty moments', which made me laugh, and I am 18 years old. To be honest, I know a young child will not get the 'potty' jokes but will perceive it completely different.

Now what is preventing me from giving this movie a 10 out of 10 is the fact that most people are correct when they say there are plot holes, and many of them. For one there are still some questions in my mind as to why things happened, and I have watched this movie 20 times in 20 days. This is not only frustrating, but it is also disappointing because I really enjoyed this movie and did not want to give it anything short of a perfect score.

Another reason I gave it an 8 is because while you find out about Kate's background, you never really find out about Humphrey. Humphrey just seems to have appeared there. I would have loved to see his parents or at least a sibling of his. The same thing with the the rival alpha male (Tony), leader of the eastern wolves, he is never shown with his 'wife' or Alphess.

I am just being honest with my review, but don't let anything bad that has been said about this movie influence you in watching it, make your own opinions and eliminate the bias out of your mind. For all the bad reviews, there sure are a lot of good reviews to this movie, so it goes to show that it is a pure toss up to who is going to like it, maybe even love it. For me it is the only movie I have ever watched over 20 times in a row.

All I can say now is sit back and enjoy the adventure, because it goes fast and at the end you will be upset that it is over, and if not then remember you'll either like it or you won't.

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