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Release Date:
10 March 2012 (Germany) See more »
While dealing with the end of summer vacation and a critically damaged Omnitrix, Ben Tennyson finds himself targeted by a mysterious alien bounty hunter. | Add synopsis »
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Lazy attempt at revisiting the original See more (3 total) »


  (in credits order)

Tara Strong ... Ben Tennyson / Upgrade / Sandra Tennyson / Computer Voice (voice)
Meagan Smith ... Gwen Tennyson / Girl Student (voice)

Paul Eiding ... Max Tennyson (voice)

Steve Blum ... Heatblast / Mechamorph (voice)

Dave Fennoy ... Tetrax Shard (voice)

Richard McGonagle ... Four Arms / Teacher (voice)

Robert David Hall ... Azmuth (voice)

Dee Bradley Baker ... Stinkfly / Wildmutt / Cash / Carl Tennyson (voice)

Adam Wylie ... JT (voice)

Richard Steven Horvitz ... Grey Matter / Police Radio (voice)

Jim Ward ... Diamondhead (voice)

Fred Tatasciore ... Way Big / Evil Way Big (voice)

Troy Baker ... Retaliator (Azmuth's father) / Boy Student (voice)

Dwight Schultz ... Dr. Animo (voice)

Directed by
Victor Cook 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Marty Isenberg 

Produced by
Vishnu Athreya .... executive producer
Victor Cook .... supervising producer
Mark Eyers .... executive producer
Rick Fernandes .... executive producer
Silas Hickey .... executive producer
Kurt Weldon .... line producer
Original Music by
Kristopher Carter 
Michael McCuistion 
Lolita Ritmanis 
Film Editing by
Aaron Seelman 
Production Management
Carrie Bonfitto .... post-production supervisor
David Kwok .... head of production
George Rizkallah .... post-production supervisor (as George P. Rizkallah)
Sean Soh .... production supervisor
Art Department
Aluir Amancio .... storyboard revisionist
Patrick Archibald .... additional storyboard
Tony Craig .... storyboard artist
Michael Goguen .... storyboard artist
Brian Hogan .... storyboard artist
Jeff Johnson .... concept illustrator
Gordon Kent .... storyboard artist
Joey Mason .... color supervisor: color and value script
Doug Murphy .... additional storyboard
Patrick Paulwetter .... concept artist
David Schwartz .... storyboard revisionist (as Dave Schwartz)
Sound Department
Jonathan Abelardo .... assistant dialogue mixer
Kate Finan .... sound effects editor (as Kate Marciniak)
Gerardo Gonzalez .... sound effects editor
Mark Mercado .... dialogue mixer
Roger Pallan .... foley walker
John Sanacore .... foley mixer
Carlos Sanches .... re-recording mixer
Jeff Shiffman .... sound effects editor
Alex Ullrich .... foley walker
Otis Van Osten .... sound supervisor
Visual Effects by
Kooi Chek Chow .... visual effects supervisor
Rie Goh .... vfx artist
Denny Iskandar .... vfx artist
Ivan Lim .... vfx artist
George Rizkallah .... visual effects
Liew Sam .... vfx artist
Voon Fong Siew .... vfx artist
Wen Zheng Siow .... vfx artist
Daryl Soh .... vfx artist
Brad Strickman .... visual effects artist
Sonia Suriaranie .... vfx artist
Dehan Xu .... vfx artist
Animation Department
Martin Alvarez .... animatic editor
Chwee Hock Ang .... facial setup supervisor
Chwee Hock Ang .... facial structure supervisor
Jose A. Maya Caro .... additional models and textures
Guo Liong Zell Chai .... senior lighter
Jowin Leon Chai .... technical director
Ken Chan .... animator
Chow Kooi Chek .... animation effects supervisor
Dana Cheng .... animator
Adrian Cher .... layout supervisor
Alexis Chew .... additional models and textures
Chian Leng Chng .... senior lighter
Yoke Heng Edwin Chong .... layout artist
Lin Ping Chow .... animator
Wei Pin Chue .... lighting artist
Louis Cua .... animator
Adrian Easton .... animator
Ellen Erikson .... animation supervisor
Ralph A. Eusebio .... animatic editor
Jun Chien Mike Fam .... animator
Heng Gao .... animation supervisor
Maria Goh .... models & texturing
Raymond Gu .... animator
Ricky Gunatan .... animator
Mohamad Mahathir Bin Abdul Halim .... technical supervisor
Listya U. Harjadi .... models & texturing
Sze Yun Joan Hsu .... animator
Aaron Issac .... additional models and textures
Louis Karim .... animator
Priscilla Koh .... models & texturing
James Lai .... layout artist
Giovi Lee .... lighting supervisor
Max Leong .... models & texturing
Jia Qian Li .... animator
David Liew .... modelling & texturing supervisor
David Liew .... modeling supervisor
Wei Siang Justin Lim .... layout artist
Wei Soon Lim .... technical director
Wen Xiong Patrick Lim .... models & texturing
Wilson Lim .... lighting artist
Yun Qian Lim .... models & texturing
Azaleas Loh .... production assistant
Fu Jing Derrick Loh .... compositor (as Derrick Loh)
Wen Jun Eric Loh .... senior lighter
Steve Meyer .... animatic editor
Shahrizal Bin Mohd Ismail Mohamad .... technical director
Roger Mok .... animator
Jeryl Ng .... models & texturing
Jeremiah Jimmy Oh .... animator
Ping Ping Ong .... models & texturing
James Phang .... layout artist
Wilson Phoo .... technical director
Cheng Cheong Phoon .... layout artist
Adrian Quek .... lighting artist
Aaron Seah .... technical director
Caroline Sia .... animator
Irwin Soh .... animator
Sea Kiat Soh .... lead compositor
Fabian Soon .... animator
Shafiq Tahir .... animator
Edwin Tan .... compositor
Hui Yan Tan .... additional models and textures
Jit Quan Tan .... senior lighter
Jui Horng Tan .... animator
Kang Maw Tan .... models & texturing
Edwin Teo .... senior modelling & texturing artist
Rachel Teo .... lighting artist
Vincent Teo .... lighting artist
Lesly Timmer .... animator
Amelia Widodo .... matte painter
Eddy Wong .... models & texturing
Kent Wong Kee Yen .... animator
Joyce Yeo .... animator
Chua Yi Yong .... stereo supervisor
Jessica Yong .... models & texturing
Luo Zhanxin .... animator
Editorial Department
Winston Choo .... additional editing
Zachary Cole .... assistant editor
Ralph A. Eusebio .... animatic editor
Steve Meyer .... additional editor
Alex Oppenheimer .... assistant editor
Jonathan Polk .... additional editor
Adam Redding .... additional editor
Music Department
Mark Mattson .... music mixer: dynamic music partners
Mako Sujishi .... music mixer: dynamic music partners
Other crew
Yoshiya Ayugai .... Additional Production Support
Matthew Baughman .... line producer: live action reference
Jessica Chu .... production coordinator
Marie Foyle .... legal & business affairs
Anna Lai .... production executive
Camille Lee .... production accountant
Ricky Li .... legal matters
Ronni L. Paer .... production assistant
Colin Shevloff .... Additional Production Support

Production CompaniesDistributors

Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Ben 10: Alien Dimensions" - USA (reissue title)
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Did You Know?

The original transformations are primarily used in this movie: Heatblast, Diamond Head, Stink Fly, Wildmutt, Four Arms, Grey Matter, and Upgrade. The ones not used are XLR8, Ghost Freak, and Ripjaws. Way Big was used, but he didn't appear until later.See more »
Movie Connections:
Follows Ben 10: Race Against Time (2007) (TV)See more »


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6 out of 7 people found the following review useful.
Lazy attempt at revisiting the original, 1 April 2012
Author: xamtaro from

After years of following the adventures of teenage Ben Tennyson through Alien Force and Ultimate Alien, this all-CGI movie takes us back to the Ten Year old Ben Tennyson that animation fans were first introduced to. For the benefit of all, here are the basics. Ten year old Ben Tennyson comes across this alien technology called "The Omnitrix" that allows him to morph into 10 different types of aliens. Together with his grandpa, who is secretly a hi tech defender of earth, and his magic wielding cousin Gwen, Ben Tennyson uses his new gift to take out any evil alien that may threaten mankind.

Over the course of the series, Ben 10 is notable for developing a rich mythos and fictional universe filled with alien technology, extraterrestrial races, almost as diverse as Star Wars. This new movie throws you right into that universe without any form of introduction to anything. So, if you are not a pre-existing Ben 10 fan, be prepared to do a lot of wiki-ing.

However, any good fan would tell you how over-done the plot is. This is not the first time where some mishap causes a recurring glitch in Ben's Omnitrix. This is not the first time where some super powered alien comes after Ben for reasons unknown. Heck, this whole plot seems like a futile follow up to "Secret of the Omnitrix" the previous Ben 10 animated movie (which was in traditional 2D animation and a lot better than this one by the way). So after a whole summer of kicking alien butt, Ben has to go back to school. One night he gets a summons to meet Azmuth, the creator of the omnitrix, and leaves with his ally Tetrax despite being grounded. At the meeting place, they are attacked by a blue "Tokustar" which disappears and an evil Mechamorph warrior ambushes Ben thinking that Ben knows the whereabouts of the mysterious Tokustar.(See what i mean by needing lots of pre-existing knowledge of the Ben 10 Universe?)

Now the mystery element is the main attraction. The show keeps the viewers asking questions until the last moment: Where is Azmuth, who is the mysterious attacker, what is wrong with the omnitrix etc. But the resolution to the story is very anti-climatic. Overall, it lacks the intergalactic scope of "Secret of the Omnitrix" or the novelty of the live action movies (as bad as they were). If it were not for the CGI animation, this movie could have easily been a mid season episode of the original series.

The CGI itself is another problem. The computer animation tries to translate the original anime-styled designs to 3D CGI but with sub-par results. The simples lines and colors that work so well in 2D just seems unimpressive in 3D CGI and downright lazy at times. For example, characters' hair look more like clumps of clay, clothing lack any folds, background buildings and props are hastily rendered with only the most basic of shadings. Sometimes even the mouth movements seem out of sync with dialogue. The designs are great but the actual CGI quality is sadly below mediocre; more fitting for a early 2000s TV series than a 2012 movie. Vehicles, wreckage and the like have a certain weightless feel about them and those fire, water or smoke effects look years behind the times. Just comparing this to the Ben 10: Vilgax attacks PSP video game shows you how lacking this show is in terms of quality.

The movie's only redeeming quality is the voice acting. Tara Strong and the other original voice actors return to the roles that they helped give life to and once again put forth an awesome performance. The chemistry is impeccable; just hearing Ben and Gwen bicker again will bring a smile to any fan's face. More thought seems to have gone into the dialogue script than coming up with a fresh epic story.

It is a valiant move to try and revisit the original Ben 10 but at least try to do it right. The creators could have gotten a more competent animation studio and a "bigger" plot to justify this movie as a movie and not a random episode of the TV series but with crappy animation.

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