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Re-Animated (2006)

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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.


Bruce Hurwit





Cast overview, first billed only:
Dominic Janes ... Jimmy
Bil Dwyer ... Dad
Rachel Quaintance ... Mom
Rhea Lando ... Yancy
Eunice Cho Eunice Cho ... Robin
Joell Posey ... Robin's Friend (as Joell Posey Grager)
Jonina Gable ... Becky
Austin Rogers ... Animal Loving Kevin
Dylan Smith ... Madison
Christian Vandal Christian Vandal ... Logan
Tre Rogers Tre Rogers ... Boy Dakota
Chanel Gaines Chanel Gaines ... Girl Dakota
Micah Karns ... Craig
Cindy Drummond ... Mrs. Salsbury
Stephanie Courtney ... Team Member Donna


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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Release Date:

8 December 2006 (USA) See more »

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Re-animowany See more »

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Tom Kenny and Jill Talley, the two board members who have lines, are real life husband and wife. See more »


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Hard to tell what's worse: Plot or Acting
13 January 2007 | by myqueopathSee all my reviews

Painfully atrocious. Reminiscent of a middle school play with flash animations. I stopped watching the first time. But I was profoundly conflicted. I really wanted to see the animated characters but I couldn't endure the unbearably awkward line deliveries.

What I feel is the worst part, you have Cartoon Network plugging the movie like it's the best thing since Roger Rabbit but they don't put the money and time necessary to make the film halfway watchable. This coming from a channel that claims to be the best place for cartoons. In all, the film is a serious let down and contrary to the expectations one would have of of major, multi-million dollar network devoted to animation.

I would, however, like to see more of just Golly and the gang. The film was a horrible misuse of the talented voice cast. I can't believe that was Ellen Greene. The animation was decent for CN's standards but more fitting for a fully animated setting rather than haphazardly layered on top of a real world setting. The plot doomed the movie from the beginning but the characters were affable enough to merit some more development, in a more suitable setting.

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