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Blu-ray Title: "Pixels" (in 3D)

PROFILE
Title Pixels
Description THE WORLD NEEDED HEROES. THEY GOT THESE GUYS.

When aliens misinterpret video feeds of classic arcade games as a declaration of war against them, they attack the Earth using games like PAC-MAN, Donkey Kong, Galaga, Centipede and Space Invaders as models for their various assaults. President Will Cooper (Kevin James) has to call on his childhood best friend, '80s video game champion Sam Brenner (Adam Sandler), to lead a team of old-school arcaders (Peter Dinklage and Josh Gad) to defeat the aliens and save the planet.
ISBN / Bar Code number 0 43396 46398 1
Blu-ray™ Exclusives The Creator of the Machine • The Space Invader
PAC-MAN • • Donkey Kong • Centipede • Galaga

Also Includes
Q*Bert • Dojo Quest • "Game On" Music Video
by Waka Flocka Flame ft. Good Charlotte

Contains Both 2D & 3D Versions of the Movie

TO WATCH THIS MOVIE IN 3D, YOU NEED:
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Blu-ray Amaray Movie Credits Columbia Pictures presents in association with LStar Capital and China Co., Ltd. A Happy Madison/1492 Pictures production in association with Film Croppers Entertainment a Chris Columbus film Adam Sandler 'Pixels' Kevin James Michelle Monaghan Peter Dinklage Josh Gad and Brian Cox. Music by Henry Jackman. Costume Designer Christine Wada. Edited by Hughes Winborne ace. Production Designer Peter Wenham. Director of Photography Amir Mokri. Executive Producers Barry Bernardi Michael Barnathan Jack Giarraputo Steve Koren Heather Parry Patrick Jean Benjamin Darras Johnny Alves Matias Boucard Seth Gordon Ben Waisbren. Based On The Short Film By Patrick Jean. Screen Story By Tim Herlihy. Screenplay By Tim Herlihy and Timothy Dowling. Produced By Adam Sandler Chris Columbus Mark Radcliffe Allen Covert. Directed By Chris Columbus. Includes 'Game On' Performed By Waka Flocka Flame featuring Good Charlotte. HAPPY MADISON Productions. 1492 Pictures. Soundtrack on Varèse Sarabande
HD-3D Video Format 2.40:1 (16:9) MPEG-4 MVC Encoded 3D / Widescreen (Letterbox) / 1080p
Audio Format Dolby Audio / Dolby Atmos

English, Portuguese 5.1 DTS-HD MA, French (Doublé au Québec), Spanish, Thai 5.1 Dolby Digital, English - Audio Description Track Dolby Surround
Disc Count Two (2)
Features [PLAY MOVIE], [LANGUAGES]: Audio - English Dolby ATMOS (Dolby TrueHD 7.1 Compatible), English Audio Descriptive Service, French 5.1, Portguese 5.1 DTS Master Audio, Spanish 5.1, Thai 5.1, [LANGUAGES]: Subtitles - English, English SDH, Cantonese, Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, French, Indonesia/Bahasa Indonesia, Korean, Portguese, Spanish, Thai, [SCENE SELECTION]: 1-16, [SPECIAL FEATURES]: Pac-Man, Donkey Kong, Centipede, Galaga, Dojo Quest, Qbert, God of the Machine, Game On Music Video by Waka Flocka Flame ft. Good Charlotte, The Space Invader, Photo Gallery, Previews
Genre Science Fiction / Comedy
Run Time Approx. 106 Mins.

Sony Pictures Introduction - 00:14, Important Notice - 00:06, Motion Picture screen - 00:06, Anti-Piracy Warning - 00:16, Goosebumps trailer - 02:32, Mall Cop 2 trailer - 02:30, Aloha trailer - 02:41, Ricki and the Flash trailer - 02:40, Hotel Transylvania 2 trailer - 01:52, Feature film - 1:45:49, [SPECIAL FEATURES]: Pac-Man - 04:32, Donkey Kong - 04:07, Centipede - 03:36, Galaga - 03:33, Dojo Quest - 04:20, Q*Bert - 02:32, God of the Machine - 01:36, "Game On" music video - 03:59, The Space Invader - 01:40, Photo Gallery - :40

Total time: 2:29:21
Language(s) English
Subtitles English, English SDH, Chinese Traditional, French, Indonesian/Bahasa, Korean, Portguese, Spanish, Thai
Rated Parents Strongly Cautioned PG-13 - Some Language and Suggestive Comments
Some Material May Be Inappropriate for Children Under 13

Special Features are not rated.
Region Region A - NTSC
Movie Release July 24, 2015
3D Blu-ray Release October 27, 2015
Production Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. / LSC Film Corporation and China Film Co.
Company Sony Pictures Home Entertainment Inc.
Specification Color (3D)
Blu-ray Product Number 46398LIT
Copyright © 2015 Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. LSC Film Corporation and China Film Co., Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
Pac-Man™ & © BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Inc., Centipede® & ©2015 Atari Interactive, Inc., Space Invaders™ & ©TAITO Corporation 1978, Q*bert™ & ©2015 Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc., Donkey Kong™ & ©2015 Nintendo®
© 2015 Layout and Design Sony Pictures Home Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved.
This Product is authorized for sale or rent only in the country where originally sold (i.e. only in the U.S. or only in Canada, respectively). Unauthorized reproduction, distribution or exhibition violates federal laws with severe penalties and violates Sony Pictures Home Entertainment's standard terms of trade.
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Quoted Reviews "Thrilling action & stunning visuals" — Mike Reyes, CinemaBlend
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PG - Columbia Home Video Rating | Not recommended for young children, Violence, Language may offend / Déconseillé aux jeunes enfants, Violence, Langage pouvant choquer

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Blu-ray Review (Posted on 01-29-2018)

According to consensus, this is the least favorite, low-rated movie during its release. Movie fans refused to see this so much that I snatched this at a electronic retail store for only $3 (I'm absolutely serious). Why the hate/dislike? It's then I realized it has Adam Sandler whom fans have mixed opinions about, despite his attempt to jump back to his old style of humor he was known for. Nevertheless, I've always wanted to own and watch this movie, and because of the drastic drop in price, it's about time.

The story is an easy grasp: friends since childhood, with one of them becoming president of the United States, President Will Cooper hires his old retro video gaming friend Sam Brenner and their fellow buddy Ludlow "Wonder Kid" Lamonsoff, including their rival and ex-convict Eddie Plant, to save the world from 8-bit pixelated aliens! What else is new? These "aliens" happen to be antagonists and enemies most of us remember from old video games, ranging from Pac-Man up there with Galaga. The fact that all this involved the US government in their choice to have video game nerds venture out to execute superheroism to save the planet seems preposterous and a bore, but there's something to be said about this.

What fascinated me the most are the CG graphical integration of making old video game characters into a modern-day 3D representation of who they originally were. It's possibly the most accurate, yet well perfected, design I have ever seen. I say so because nowadays, especially with 2D cartoon characters converted into 3D variants, I felt it was a wonderful design in recreating the 8-bit video game animation we all played, knew and love. Another thing I liked was whenever the enemies crashed into buildings and/or cars, the objects that get destroyed by the video game enemies break off into pixels (hence the title). Again, excellent work on that part. Instead of blood and gore, Grand Theft Auto style, ones that got destroyed turn into "pixel dust." Very cool.

Alright, so why are these video game characters destroying the planet? Apparently, NASA aired a footage featuring video game nerds playing an arcade game involving attacking aliens—Galaga, Galaxian and Space Invaders—to which the aliens misinterpreted as a declaration of war, thus gathering to team up and rage planet Earth to accept this battle. While the US military were being trained by video game nerds to get the "patterns" down as the perfect strategy to overcome these enemies, it seems the soldiers were never partial to this trick, assuming that video games are simply entertainment pastime, only realizing that it's the key ingredient to eliminating the enemies threatening to destroy the planet.

To begin with, Sam works for a company called the National Electronics Rescue Division specializing in professionally installing entertainment systems. He meets a beautiful single mother named Violet van Patten, whom he tries to hook up with, only to find out that she, too, works for the White House, as his friend President Cooper frequently keeps in touch with him. With the President wanting to use his friend's one and only skill—video gaming and breaking high scores—Sam unknowingly reunites with his other buddy Ludlow "Wonder Kid" Lamonsoff, who loves conspiracies debunking government's secret tactics and files planned/hidden against their own people, and breaks the news that video clips featuring threats of alien attacks were leaked, eventually leading them both to inform President Cooper about it. Unsure, only to witness unusual activity and crises at certain parts of the world, the US government takes action with the guidance of....video game nerds. Geographically pinpointing the enemies' landing in specific parts of the world, in this case, catching the enemies at London, England, the nerds concluded that the raid of the video game enemies were in the form of the hit arcade game Centipede. Sadly, the soldiers couldn't get the patterns down, sacrificing one soldier to his death. It is then that the sargeants, by the command of the President, allowed the nerds to take over as both Sam and Ludlow eliminated the centipedes in both the first and second rounds. Sam chased and eliminated one centipede nearly wrecking havoc in a nearby town of England. To make their small team even better, the nerds and the President wanted to include their video game rival Eddie Plant, who served time in jail, but was pardoned by the President, having granted part of his wishes to get out of prison. One of those wishes? Hooking up with Serena Williams and Martha Stewart (yes, really). Reluctantly joining the nerds, they've included Professor Iwatani getting all four of them to play as ghosts to eliminate Pac-Man, who's found raging through the streets of New York (being a huge Pac-Man fan myself, I never recalled a time where Pac-Man was the enemy and needed to be contained). Using courtesy and understanding, Professor Iwatani breaks all protocols to talk to Pac-Man personally....only to get his hand bitten and shredded into pixels. With him unable to fight, it's all up to Sam (Blinky), Ludlow (Pinky) and Eddie (Clyde) as they plan traps to eliminate Pac-Man by driving through the intersections and streets where Pac-Man may roam through. Make Pac-Man lose three of his lives and he's done, which Sam (Blinky) did just that. Meanwhile, Ludlow finds and become friends with Q*Bert who sided with the humans (nerds) to eliminate the Mother Ship casting all these enemies to destroy Earth. As the team decided to split up into two, Sam, Violet and Q*Bert enter the Mother Ship to kill off the final boss—a boss where Sam admitted he was terrible playing at: Donkey Kong. Instead of the jumpman—Mario—saving his girlfriend, it's the trio saving the lone captured SEAL soldier, an innocent Indian teenager who was captured while proposing to his girlfriend, and Violet's son. The other team featured Ludlow and Eddie killing enemies through the streets and residences of New York. All happening simultaneously, Sam, Violet and Q*Bert have to jump and dodge the barrels while destroying the obstacles off with the infamous hammer. While shooting off the enemies, Ludlow suddenly meets his all-time video game crush: Lady Lisa (from the game Dojo Quest). When confessing his love for her, Lisa drops her weapons and accepts his love for her, and teams up with him and Eddie. Fighting enemies off one by one during the daytime in new York, while the trio inside the Mother Ship continuously dodge the barrels to reach the top. As the difficulty increases, Donkey Kong becomes ruthless nearly sending both Q*Bert and Violet to their fates. Luckily, Sam saves them both, then throws the hammer at an incoming barrel....and killing Donkey Kong himself. The boss is eliminated and so are all the summoned enemies as they all turn into pixel dust and drift off into ascension. Sadly, that included Lady Lisa whom Ludlow didn't want to see go. As the heroes celebrate, and the rest of the country, Ludlow still feels lonely with no one to love....until Q*Bert sympathizes and turns into Lady Lisa as they french kiss. Sam finally gets with Violet, recalling what he said earlier:
"Nerds are the greatest kissers."
— Sam

Eddie receives a text from Serena to come into the Lincoln Bedroom where she and Martha Stewart are waiting. A year later, Ludlow marries Lady Lisa and they raise baby Q*Berts (holy crap). The film ends with credits, along with a pixel representation of the entire movie.

Not too bad of a movie, but I'm sure a lot of you reading this beg to differ. No, it won't change our rating.

Iwatani happens to be the creator of Pac-Man, which made sense as to why he talked to Pac-Man.

When Sam talks about "getting the patterns down," it's a video game strategical phrase meaning "memorize the algorithmic behavior of the enemies" so you can plan and attack the enemy accordingly. In other words, because retro video games were based off of "assigned" behaviors, something that isn't prevalent today due to higher programming standards and improvement of AI (artificial intelligence), getting the "patterns" down was a little bit easier as the AI often roam around specific parts of the screen and/or behave in a repeated "pattern" making you, the player, be able to plan and time your attacks. Even with this pattern down, old video games still pose a challenge to even the seasoned video gamers of today.

Meaning Behind The Story

President Cooper made it clear that breaking high scores really don't mean much in the real world. However, and I say this in jest, if the stars were to be re-aligned in such a way where video gaming skills were required as a military tactic to protect its citizens against enemies uncommon to the average army, this is the extremely rare instance where nerds are seen as superheroes. Often a fantasy among geeks and nerds, along with making jokes depicting nerd stereotypes on this film, such as Ludlow not wanting to die a virgin, this movie perhaps made a late jump to make nerds the last resort as ones can save the planet from turning into pixeled rubble. While it is a vile tease to witness a nerd falling in love with a fictional video game character who's badass yet beautiful and sexier than their high school classmate voted "Cutest Senior," it's a peak of what the average nerd dreams of. For Eddie, you have the type of nerd who's the rebel and the one that most nerds hope to be: someone with a celebrity-like status paired with pretty girls. All in all, it's a nerdy movie and it actualizes the possibility in where the US government needs the uncanny skills of nerds to ward off enemies off our turf. What is all this telling us? While the subject of Game Theory is often used in business and economics, it's also used in military strategy. Perhaps it's no doubt that jotting down enemy patterns could be the key advantage to warding off intruders. Because that seems to be the normal tactic, and with AI robots executing the commands to jump in and scour the battlefields, a country's army must be on heavy alert to try and recognize any repeated patterns to plan their attacks. What I'm trying to say is that, perhaps, honing your video gaming skills aren't a bad thing. If you can find a beneficial way to apply them to the real world, then you may be ahead of everyone else. Oh, and no, video games DO NOT cause violence.

Alright, so here: I've been told and reminded that this film received terrible reviews and is also despised as one of the worst films of the 2015 year. Then again, here I am and I seemed to enjoy it because I understood the quirky jokes and the video game characters who made appearances in this movie. Perhaps that's one of the reasons why: people aren't "nerdy" enough to understand the behaviors and oddities of the video gaming characters, the dialogue that relates to it, and the phrases. That's the problem with people: they strongly dislike things they don't understand (say hello to Math).

That reason alone is proof why I make time to watch and review movies to give them a chance; Just to show that perhaps you can find a sweet side of the sour dish. After watching it a few more times, it's not that bad as everyone says. Yeah, and I can see the kooks from websites like Rotten Tomatoes squinting in disgust as they read this. Oh?

JUST BECAUSE A MOVIE RECEIVED LOW RATINGS AT ROTTEN TOMATOES DOESN'T ALWAYS MEAN IT'S TERRIBLE.

The gloves are off, ladies and gentlemen: it is websites like Rotten Tomatoes that have ruined film criticism and logical/intellectual film interpretation. Look, I get it: bad acting, bad cinematography, terrible special effects, awful audio and amateurish editing are grounds to a time-wasting film. This is clearly not that bad, as I've seen worse (we'll get to them in the future). What's wrong with this movie? Granted, you don't have to like it, nor am I forcing anyone to like or even respect this movie's release, but to say it's the worst movie in your life is preposterous. Entertainment in general isn't going to impress everyone, so this review was made to show my turned tables against the majority and to explain and properly review what I liked about it. Some things in this film could've been explained better, like how Ludlow found and met Q*Bert, but those things I can slide off. Unless you're a retro video gamer, you wouldn't know who Q*Bert is.

So by now, reading this far, you're more sour than a lemon yet still continuing on with what else I rave about this film. Are you new to this website? Perhaps you've noticed what this website also specializes in reviewing, besides TV shows and movies. Have you seen and read all the other films we've reviewed thus far? You can say what bad taste I have in films and all that, even insulting my personal life as a complete and utter bore, but that won't change the fact that I admire this movie.

This Blu-ray is also in 3D, but because I personally don't own a 3D Blu-ray player nor do I own a 3D HDTV, I can't comment nor review that part.

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Blu-ray Credits

Pixels

Casting by
Angela Demo, CSA
Barbara J. McCarthy

Costume Designer
Christine Wada

Co-Producer
Kevin Grady

Visual Effects Supervisor
Matthew Butler

Music by
Henry Jackman

Edited by
Hughes Winborne, ACE

Production Designer
Peter Wenham

Director of Photography
Amir Mokri

Executive Producers
Patrick Jean
Benjamin Darras
Johnny Alves
Matias Boucard
Seth Gordon
Ben Waisbren
La Peikang
Jack Giarraputo
Steve Koren
Heather Perry
Barry Bernardi
Michael Barnathan

Produced by
Adam Sandler
Chris Columbus, p.g.a.
Mark Radcliffe, p.g.a.
Allen Covert

Based on the short film by
Patrick Jean

Screen story by
Tim Herlihy

Screenplay by
Tim Herlihy and
Timothy Dowling

Directed by
Chris Columbus


Cast
Brenner..........Adam Sandler
Cooper..........Kevin James
Violet..........Michelle Monaghan
Eddie..........Peter Dinklage
Ludlow..........Peter Dinklage
Matty..........Matt Lintz
Admiral Porter..........Brian Cox
Corporal Hill (SAS Officer)..........Sean Bean

First Lady Jane Cooper..........Jane Krakowski
1982 Championship MC..........Dan Aykroyd
Sergeant Dylan Cohan..........Affion Crockett
Mickey Lamonsoff..........Lainie Kazan
Lady Lisa..........Ashley Benson
Professor Iwatani..........Denis Akiyama
Michael the Robot..........Thomas McCarthy
Defense Secretary..........Tim Herlihy
President's Assistant Jennifer..........Jacqueline Sandler
White House Junior Aide Jared..........Jared Sandler

Navy Secretary..........William S. Taylor
White House Press Secretary..........Rose Rollins
CIA Chief..........Tucker Smallwood
As Herself..........Serena Williams
As Herself..........Martha Stewart
Abusive Citizen..........Allen Covert
NY Police Commissioner..........Bill Lake
Colonel Devereux..........Mark Whalen
White House Reporter #1..........Dan Patrick

White House Reporter #2..........Robert Smigel
White House Reporter #3..........Steve Koren
Lemonade Sadie..........Sadie Sandler
Sweet Scout Girl..........Sunny Sandler
Arcader Choir Girl..........Hannah Covert
Classroom Scout Girls..........Abigail Covert
..........Sienna James
..........Shea Joelle James
Soccer Player..........Chris Titone

White House Gate Guard..........Jonathan Loughran
Electric Dream Factory Repairman..........Toru Iwatani
13-Year Old Brenner..........Anthony Ippolito
13-Year Old Cooper..........Jared Riley
13-Year Old Eddie..........Andrew Bambridge
8-Year Old Ludlow..........Jacob Shinder
Little Boy on London Street..........Jack Fulton
Samurai Gamer..........Kevin Grady
Cyber Chickz..........Bridget Graham
..........Jocelyn Hudon
Old Woman in London Apartment..........Margaret Killingbeck
Indian Teenage Boy..........Ron Mustafaa
Indian Teenage Girl..........Meher Pavri
News Reporter..........Annika Pergament

SEALs..........Lamont James
..........James Preston Rogers
..........Bola Olubowale
..........Rob Archer
Fighter Pilot..........Mark Sparks
Darpa Scientist..........Steve Wiebe
TV News Anchor..........Sara Haines
Secret Service Men..........Derwin Phillips
..........Michael Boisvert
Abusive Citizens..........Colleen Reynolds
..........Jimi Shlag
..........Emily Jenkins
Sergeant Cohan's Mother..........Sistah Lois
Arcade Employee..........Andrew McMichael

DC Valet..........Gary Douglas
Warden..........Eric Trask
Press Person..........Susie McLean
As Himself..........Daryl Hall
As Himself..........John Oates
Max Headroom..........Matt Frewer
Additional Character Voices..........Billy West
..........Holly Beavon

Stunt Coordinator..........Bob Brown
Stunt Coordinator-Canada..........Layton Morrison
Fight Choreographer..........Peng Zhang

Stunts
Trevor Addie
Shelley Cook
Simon Girard
Jamie Jones
Steve Lucescu
A.J. Risi
John Stoneham Jr.
Rhys Williams

Dino Brancatella
Peter Clay Cullen
Jason Gosbee
Brayden Jones
Jake Loube
James N. Roberts
Thomas Cameron Stumpo

Johnny Caines
Christine Ebadi
Lars Grant
Zach Krug
Patrick Mark
Vincent Rother
Alicia Turner

Lauro Chartrand
Paul Eliopoulos
Heath Hensley
Danny Lima
Chris Palermo
Mariko Saito
Al Vrkljan

Unit Production Manager..........David Witz
Unit Production Manager..........Lyn Lucibello-Brancatella

First Assistant Director..........K.C. Hodenfield
Second Assistant Director..........Jack Boem

Visual Effects Producer..........Denise Davis

Stereo Supervisor..........Marcus Alexander
Associate Producers..........Lyn Lucibello-Brancatella
..........David Witz
..........K.C. Hodenfield
..........Yuka Kato

Centipede®, Breakout®, Asteroids® and Missile Command®
Courtesy of Atari Interactive, Inc.

Pac-Man™, Galaga™ and Dig Dug™ courtesy of Bandai Namco Entertainment Inc.

Q*Bert courtesy of Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc.

Burger Time® courtesy of G-Mode Corporation

Frogger courtesy of ©Konami Digital Entertainment

Donkey Kong™ and Duck Hunt™ courtesy of Nintendo®

Smurf courtesy of Studio Peyo/LAFIG

Space Invaders and Arkanoid courtesy of Taito Corporation

Tetris® courtesy of Tetris Holding

PaperBoy, Joust, Defender and Robotron
courtesy of Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

Art Directors..........Richard L. Johnson
..........Peter Grundy
Set Decorators..........Rosemary Brandenburg
..........Rosalie Board
Property Masters..........Timothy Wiles
..........Vic Rigler
Script Supervisor..........Shane Scott

"A" Camera Operator..........Angelo Colavechia
First Assistant "A" Camera..........Russel Bowie
Second Assistant "A" Camera..........Johnathan Holmes
"B" Camera Operator..........Michael Carella
First Assistant "B" Camera..........Dean Stinchcombe
Second Assistant "B" Camera..........Adam Tupper
Digital Image Technician..........Jasper Vrakking

Assistant Costume Designers..........Tamsin Costello
..........Madeleine Stewart
Costume Supervisor..........Nancy Capper
Key Costumers..........Lou DeCampo
..........Chris Allegro
Costumers..........Isabel De Biasio
..........Bonnie McCabe
..........Trelawnie Mead
Costumer For Mr. Sandler..........Rachel Archer

Makeup Department Heads..........Ann Pala
..........Jo-Ann MacNeil
Key Makeup..........Iantha Goldberg

Hair Department Head..........Vincent Sullivan
Key Hair Stylist..........Carol Hartwick
Hair Stylist..........Cathy Shibley
Hair Stylist For Mr. James..........Maynard Matthews
Hair Stylist For Ms. Monaghan..........Anne Morgan

Chief Lighting Technician..........Michael Galbraith
Assistant Chief Lighting Technician..........Phil Whitfield
Rigging Gaffer..........Nikki Holmes
Best Boy Rigging Gaffer..........Zach Galbraith

Key Grip..........Mike Kirilenko
Best Boy Grips..........Mike Ohorodnyk
..........Sean Bourdeau
Dolly Grip..........Ron Renzetti
..........Rob Johnson
Key Rigging Grip..........Robert Daprato
Best Boy Rigging Grip..........Robert Vigus

Production Mixer..........Glen Gauthier
Boom Operator..........Stephen Switzer
Utility Sound..........Jason McFarling
Video Assist..........Paul Thompson
..........Anthony Nocera

Special Effects Supervisor..........Burt Dalton
Special Effects Coordinator..........Laird McMurray
Special Effects General Foreman..........Dale Ettema
Special Effects Foremen..........Jim Henry
..........David Poole
Key Special Effects..........Barry Watkins
..........Shane Million

Location Managers..........Marty Dejczak
..........Rob Frank
Assistant Location Managers..........Scott Alexander
..........Marco Di Flaviano
..........Jed Metzger

Assistant Production Manager..........Greg Denny
Production Coordinator..........Sabine Graham
Assistant Production Coordinators..........Lindsey Molnar
..........Jessica Cheung
Travel Coordinator..........Ainslee Kennedy

Production Accountant..........Crystal Hawkins
1st Assistant Accountants..........Darryl Smith
..........Kevin Alakas
Assistant Accountants..........Kate Clark
..........Nicole Alfonso
Payroll Accountants..........Gerry Alfonso
..........Jesse Rupert

Construction Coordinator..........Duncan Campbell
Head Carpenter..........Roy Obermeier
Assistant Head Carpenters..........Fred Seemann
..........Craig Smith
Key Welder..........Ed Curtis
On-Set Carpenter..........Dave Palmer
Key Scenic Artist..........Matthew Lammerich
Lead Scenic Artist..........Erin Leslie
Head Painter..........Miro Dziwik
On-Set Painter..........Glenn Locke
Key Greens..........Jim Peters

Assistant Art Directors..........Rudy Braun
..........Joelle Craven
..........Karl Crosby
..........William Cheng
..........Eric Deros
..........David Fremlin
..........Jeremy Gillespie
..........Jon E.A. Hunter
..........Tania McGowan
..........Andrew Redekop
2nd Assistant Art Directors..........Sonia Kasparian
..........Natasha Peschlow
Trainee Assistant Art Directors..........Chris Bretecher
..........Michael R. Edmund
..........Jonathan Chan
..........Sasha Kosovic
Art Department Coordinator..........Corinna Porsia
Illustrators..........Jamie Rama
..........George Hull
..........Tim Flattery

Video Graphics..........Tim Peel
Leadman..........Jason Bedig
Researcher..........Noessa Higa
On-Set Dresser..........Steve Middlebrook
Assistant Property Master..........Jonathan Kovacs

Unit Publicist..........Joe Everett
Still Photographer..........George Kraychyk
2nd Second Assistant Director..........Gerrod Shully
3rd Assistant Directors..........Divya D'Souza
..........Lawrence Ng
..........Craig Seitz
..........Melissa Dingman

Assistants To Mr. Columbus..........Elizabeth Devereux
..........Simon Cheyne
Assistants To Mr. Sandler..........Jonathan Loughran
..........Jennifer Lackey
..........Cheryl Rizzo
Assistant To Mr. James..........Robert Gallagher
Assistant To Mr. Bernardi..........Paul LeVasseur
Assistants to Mr. Covert..........Lindsay Schwartz
..........Kenneth Fisher
Assistant To Mr. Koren..........Bill Narducci

Production Assistants
Shamso Bihi • Maame Boateng • Samantha Braun • Danny Fredricks • Luke Genik •
Jacki Glick • Barbara Szeman • Jessica Pillar • Mike Pivar • Jenny Reyes •
William Roberts • Andrea Sheppard

Casting Associate..........Alice Peterson
Casting Assistant..........Yasmine Taylor
Canada Casting By..........Jason Knight
..........John Buchan
Canada Casting Associate..........Caitlin Stewart
Extras Casting..........Zameret Kleiman

Video Game Rights Consultant..........Seth J. Steinberg
Product Placement..........Deborah Harpur
Military Technical Advisors..........Gregory Bishop
..........Brian Chung
Medic..........John Dutka
Caterer..........David Mintz Catering
Craft Service..........Des Barnes

Transportation Coordinator..........Dana Howes
Transportation Captain..........Rob Davis
Transportation Co-Captain..........Wayne Ireland
Transportation Assistant..........Lenita Karhunen
Picture Vehicle Coordinator..........Steve Mann

Second Unit Director..........Bob Brown

Second Unit

First Assistant Director..........Randol Perleman-Taylor
Second Assistant Directors..........Penny Charter
..........Craig Newman
..........Aric Dupere
..........Karl Irvine

Script Supervisor..........Samantha Armstrong
Stunt Coordinator..........Jonathan Epstein

Director Of Photography..........Joshua Bleibtreu
Camera Operators..........Gilles Corbeil
..........Robert Stecko
..........Rudy Katkic
First Assistant "A" Camera..........Mark Cyre
Second Assistant "A" Camera..........Alex Leung
First Assistants "B" Camera..........Mike Carr
..........John Harper
Second Assistants "B" Camera..........Sara Warland
..........Julia Seidman
Digital Image Technician..........Ben Gervais
Video Assist..........Marty Schlueter

Costume Supervisors    Janice Skinner
Debbie Williams
Department Haed Makeup    Leslie Sebert
Key Makeup    Inge Klaude
Department Head Hair Stylist    Paula Fleet
Key Hair Stylist    Dee Cummings

Chief Lighting Technician    Tom Starnes
Assistant Chief Lighting Technicians    Doug Black
Sean Osadzuk

Key Grip    Christopher Dean
Best Boy Grip    Mark Dufour
Dolly Grip    Phillipe Lanthier

Production Mixer    John Thomson
Boom Operator    Alan Zielonko

Location Manager    David McIlroy
Assistant Location Manager    Geoff Smither
Production Coordinator    Cheryl Francis
On-Set Dresser    Patton Nam

Transportation Captain    Paul Marshall
Transportation Co-Captain    Frank Tenaglia

Post Production




Additional Editing by Peck Prior




Additional Editing by    John Breinholt
VFX Editor    Jeremy Bradley
1st Assistant Editors    Tom Pilla
Sue Len Quon
Assistant Editors    John To
Anna Sofrygina
JJ Titone
VFX Technology Manager    Phil Benson
Assistant VFX Editor    Daniel Arkin
Post Production Coordinator    Stacey Matteoli
Post Production Assistants    Albert Lopez
Matthew McGuire
Marshall Byrne
Austin Titley

Post Sound Services by    Skywalker Sound
A LucasFilm Ltd. Company
Marin County, California

Re-Recording Mixers    Steve Boeddeker
Gary Summers

Supervising Sound Editor    Steve Slanec
Sound Designer    Steve Boeddeker
Sound Effects Editors    Adam Kopald
Luke Dunn Gielmuda
David Hughes
Dialogue Editors    Rich Quinn
Michael Silvers
ADR Editor    Steve Slanec
Supervising Foley Editor    Dee Selby
Foley Editor    Christopher Barron
Assistant Supervising Sound Editor    James Spencer
Assistant Sound Editor    Jon Borland
Foley Artists    Sean England
Ronni Brown
Foley Mixer    Chris Manning
Assistant Re-Recording Mixer    Kevin Bolen
Engineering Services    Brian Long
Digital Editorial Support    David Peifer
Audio/Video Transfer    John Countryman
Loop Group    HoffMannBrow

Music Supervision by    Kevin Grady
Additional Music by    Halli Cauthery
Music Editors    Daniel Pinder
Carl Kaller
Orchestrations    Stephen Coleman
Andrew Kinney
Gernot Wolfgang
Score Mixers    Alan Meyerson
Chris Fogel
Score Conducted by    Nick Glennie-Smith
Music Contractor    Peter Rotter
Music Production Services    Matthew K. Justmann
Synth Programmers    Victor Olegovich Chaga
Maverick Dugger
Kevin Globerman
Music Preparation    Booker White

Main & End Titles Designed By Prologue Films
Lisa Bolan • Christian Antolin • Andrew Douglas • Jon Fitzsimons • Andrew Young •
Kenny Ceron • Rachel Fowler • Meghan Cirillo • Unjoo Byars • Kyle Cooper

Digital Intermediate by Company 3
DI Colorist    Stefan Sonnenfield
DI Producer    Morning Star Schott
Digital Conform    Benjamin Sutor

Visual Effects

VFX Production Supervisor    Nicole Montemayor
VFX On Set Supervisor    Jesse James Chisolm
VFX Post Coordinator    Dayaliyah Lopez
VFX Assistant Coordinator    Briana Roecks
VFX Set Data Integration    Darryl Stawychny
Nick Colangelo
VFX On Set Coordinator    Amanda Campbell
VFX On Set Assistant Coordinator    Kye Fox
VFX Accountant    Connie Hendrix
VFX Assistants    Noel Chaput
Aram Mihrtad

Visual Effects By Digital Domain 3.0

Visual Effects Supervisor    Marten Larsson
Visual Effects Producer    Elizabeth Knovick
Animation Supervisor    Jan Philip Cramer
Compositing Supervisors    Joel Behrens
Bryan Smeall
Sequence Supervisors    Alexandre Millet
Paul George Palop
Effect Supervisor    Brian Gazdik
Digital Producer    Jenne Marie Guerra
Associate Digital Production Manager    Marlene Nehls
Pipeline Supervisor    Rafe Sacks
Executive Visual Effects Producer    Lisa Beroud
Modeling Lead    Frank Belardo
Modelers    Damien Abdool
Jorge Carlos Gonzalez
Anto Tony Juricic
Michael Miller
Rigging Lead    Marc English
Riggers    Nathan Budarick
Tobias Ott
Patricia Pawlak
Texture Artists    Lina Toyline Hum
Chris Nichols
Ben Dishart
Nicholas Cosmi
Integration Lead    Winfield Scott O'Brien

Integration Artists
Nadia Alaskari • José Gregorio Aguilar Herrera • Pierre Bonnette • Viki Chan •
Breanna Cheek • Sophia Coronado • Emmanuel De Lange • John Giffoni • Alun Hollyman •
Yohan Joo • Anooj Kiran • Sungmin Lim • Ross Mackenzie • James Moorhead

Animation Leads    Elizabeth Bernard
Jack Kasprzak
Frankie Stellato
Animators    Buck Buckley
Chris Endicott
Rusty Gray
Ellen Hoffman
Brad Lincoln
Pericles Michielin
Scott Paquin
Environments Lead    Krista McLean

Environments Artists
Juan Pablo Allgeier • Vanessa Cheung • Zach Christian • Rob Fitzsimmons •
Geoffroi Ridel • Minoru Sasaki • Oliver Seemann • Miguel Villamil • Samson Wong

Effects Leads    Daniel Jenkins
Ryo Mikai

Effects Artists
David Gary • Steve Johnston • Lukas Lundberg • Stu Mintz • Stephanie Molk •
Remi Pierre • Gunnar Radeloff • Kalman Ruszkai • Edmond Smith III • John Sparks •
Daniel Stern • Robert Charles Thomas • Hiroshi Tsubokawa

Lighting Leads    Jeremy Buttell
Kamy Lovelady

Lighting Artists
William Carlton • Michael Dalzell • Jack Kenny Evans • Robert Andrew David Frick •
Asuka Tohda Kinney • Julien Lasbleiz • Tim Nassauer • Christopher Rickard • James W. Roberts

Compositing Lead    Ciarán O'Connor

Compositors
Angel Alvarez • Artin Aryaei • Kevin Bouchez • John Brennick • Jon Chesson • Rafael Colon •
Traian Constantinescu • Peter Dudley • Steven Fagerquist • Heather Hoyland •
Stephen James • Nitant Karnik • Eric Kasanowski • Hyeonwoo Kim • Delphine Laurent •
Tytus Majerski • Michael Maloney • Michael Melchiorre • Henrique Moser •
Kathrin Julia Müeller • Vinh Nguyen • Kym Olsen • Vincent Papaix • Lee Pierce • Bob Roesler •
Randy Ruan • Brian Rust • Jason Selfe • Rommel Shamoun • Joseph Silva • Joseph A Spano III •
David Takayama • Linda Tremblay • Tom Truscott • Thomas Dane Wagener

Visual Effects Editor    Kevin LaNeave
Rotoscope/Paint Lead    Heather McPhee Ryan

Rotoscope/Paint Artists
Christine Breuninger • Marcus Carter • Wally Chin • Dan Clark • Vladislav Ermakov •
Phylicia Feldman • Heidrun Tinna Haraldsdottir • Shannon Howald • Melissa Huerta •
Josh Judd • Marky Kang • Adrian Rivera Lozano • Jessica Tue • Dawn Gates Wells •
Joni Williams • Katie Williams • David Bradley Wilson

Concept Art    Nick Lloyd
Technical Developers    Jesse Craven
Nico Dufort
Paul Franz
Takashi Kuribayashi
Ling Hao Li
Jo Lockman
Anthony Serenil
Stephen Sloan
Kazuki Takahashi
Blair Tennessy
VFX Production Coordinator    Ryan Wilk
Sequence Coordinators    Doron Kipper
Raechel Rowland
Kasey Simpson
Digital Coordinators    Nathaniel Barr
Catherine Belanger Gagnon
Dana Jurcic
Deanna Louie
Visual Effects Production Support    Mohamed Ali
Adam Bennink
Richard Gillies
Adrianna Granville
Cydney Wong
Henry Wan
Lead Digital Production Administrator    Tracy Watada
Digital Production Administrators    Melissa Cell
Paz Drimer
Ricardo Mendoza
Darren Williams
Systems Administrators    Michael Quan
Oded Rosenblum
Jeff Sargeant
Ian Wilson
Integration Department Supervisor    Som Shankar
Modeling And Texture Department Supervisor    Trevor Wide
Rigging Department Supervisor    David Corral
Rotoscope/Paint Department Supervisor    Howard P. Cabalfin
Facial Motion Capture Supervisor    Greg LaSalle

Special Visual Effects and Animation by Sony Pictures ImageWorks

Visual Effects Supervisor    Daniel Kramer
Animation Supervisor    Steve Nichols
Senior Visual Effects Producer    Christian Hejnal
Digital Effects Supervisor    John Haley
CG Supervisor    Benjamin Hendricks
Digital Production Managers    Louisa Kwan
Michael Killoren
Visual Effects Editor    Annie Mahlik
Modeling Supervisor    Marvin Kim
Character & Hard Surface Modelers    Shinya Ishii
Ryan Saper
Character Set-Up TD    Ryan English
Pipeline Lead    Ryan Sarah Cushman
Pipeline & Layout TDs    John Hood
Charles Schwartz
Ali Tezel
Dan Ziegler
Pipeline & Layout Coordinator    Devin Anderson
Texture Painter    Camila Davila Lohr
Matte Painter    Jeremy Hoey
Matchmove Lead    Tom Schultz
Roto & Paint Lead    Paula Bell
Matchmove & Roto/Paint APM    Thomas H. Core
Character Animation Lead    Richard B Smith
Animation APM    Stephanie C Lee

Character Animators
Stephanie Campbell • Anna Cardillo • Byung Joo Choi • Jocelyn Cofer • Stephen Cooper •
Atsuo Fujiwara • Emilie Goulet • Brandon Chien Chia Huang • David Humphreys •
Julius Kwan • Billy Vu Lam • Jon Mead • Kyle Mohr • Nicholas St. Clair

Massive TDs    Lyle Cooley
Kevin Kitchel
FX Animation Lead    Charles-Felix Chabert
FX Animation Coordinator    Joshua Fritchie

FX Animation Artists
Jangwhoan Choi • Steven Peter Dugaro • Reggie Fourmyle • Pawel Grochola • Diana Li •
Franklin Londin • Helena Masand • Ruben Mayor • Chris Messineo • Heribert Raab •
Duarte Victorino

Look Development & Lighting Leads    Joosten Kuypers
Shun Sing Edward Lee
James H. Park
Bret St Clair
Jeff Stern
Joe Viola
Compositing Leads    Christian Schermerhorn
Trevor Strand
Lighting & Compositing Coordinators    Shannon Y.F. Lum
Stephanie Muyco

Lighting & Compositing Artists
Brooke Beane • Jared Brient • Warwick Campbell • Andy Chih Jen Chang •
Kirsten Drummond • Steve Hawken • Aaron Kupferman • Thierry Muller • Salima Needham •
Jacquelyn Piette • Matthew George Rampias • Frank Ritlop • Daniel Rubin •
Daniel Sunwoo • Anna Lee Tonrungroj • Simon Twine • Anthony Zwartouw

Lead Production Services Technician    Derek Norn
Senior Production Services    Sulki Hong
Technicians    John Rhoads
Colette Wong
Production Assistants    Alexandra Dolce
Vivaswan Venkat
Visual Effects Accountant    Karim Essabhai
Software Development    Scott Englert
Senior Systems Project Manager    Stephen Hassard
Digital Production Support    Tracey Baxter
Anett Gough
Stephanie Greco
Wendy Mashburn
Samantha Ofole-Prince
Rosie Server
Training & Artist Development    J.C. Cornwell
Additional Visual Effects    Basilic Fly Studio
Imageloom Visual Effects
Incessant Rain Studios
Studio 8 FX
Yannix (Thailand)

Visual Effects by Trixter

Visual Effects Supervisor    Alessandro Cioffi
Animation Supervisor    Simone Kraus Townsend
CG Supervisor    Adrian Corsei
Compositing Supervisor    Michael Habenicht
Lead Concept Artist    Luis Guggenberger
VFX Production Manager    Rene Grasser
VFX Production Coordinator    Mara Fröhlich
Lead Modeling Artist    Radu Arsith
Lighting TD    Mathias Herbster
Effects Artist    Filippo Robino

Visual Effects by Storm Studios

VFX Producer    Thomas Reppen
VFX Supervisor    Espen Nordahl
CG Artists    Håvard Munkejord
Magnus Pettersson
Valdimar Baldvinsson
Compositors    Jan Ivar Solås
Morten Jacobsen
Otto Thorbjørnsen
Alex Wolf

Visual Effects by Atomic Fiction

Visual Effects Supervisor    Ryan Tudhope
Computer Graphics Supervisor    Rudy Grossman
Lead Face Modeler    Michael Palleschi
Lead Animator    Julie Jaros
TD    Thomas L. Hutchinson
Compositor    Jason Arrieta

Visual Effects by Pixel Playground

VFX Supervisor    Don Lee
VFX Producer    Kim Lee
Compositing Supervisor    Cory Lee
Compositor    Shiloe Swisher

Additional VFX by Shade VFX
DFX Producer    Molly Pabian
CG Supervisor    Gabriel Vargas

Additional VFX by Lola VFX
Edson Williams
David Levine

Additional VFX by

Cantina Creative
The Bond VFX
One More

Additional VFX by Instinctual FX
Jesse Morrow

Stereo

Stereo Producer    Stephanie Winslow
Stereo Editor    Leo Vezzali
Stereo Assistant    Carrie Carnevale
Stereo Coordinator    Alexander Chen

View-D™ Stereo Creation by prime Focus Vancouver

Ritesh Aggarwal    Naline Amaral    Bakshad Amrolia
Baljot Bhatti    Jessica Carrington    Chad Cortvriendt
Bec Cranswick    Rohan Desai    Jason Dougarian
Isaac Guenard    Monika Hada    Rio Harrington
Brian Lee    Ryan Loates    Charlie Luce
Matthew Lutes    Lewis Menga    Ben Murray
Richard Pring    James Rees    Grant Robertson
Tim Sharp    Cassius Vaz

View-D™ Stereo Creation by Prime Focus India

Himanshu Ajmera    Parminder Chadda    Nitesh Chandra
Nitin Ravindra Chavan    Ashish Dadhich    Dixa Hemant Desai
Bhavya Dixit    Manish G Chavan    Rakhee Ghosh
Gourav Gupta    Gaurav Jain    Manu Jain
Piyush Jain    Ankit Jobanputra    Gopinath Kotalwar
Franklin Mascarenhas    Harshad Masurkar    Biswaranjan Mohanty
Keshav Parab    Ambikesh Patel    Varion Pereira
Subbu Pillai    Athmi Rai    Darshan Deepak Rane
Sameer Samant    Puneet Samra    Swapnil Shelar
Ravi Shetty    Jignesh Vinodbhai Solanki    Dhiraj Sukheja
Merzin Tavaria    Kalpita Tendulkar    Rohan Tirkey
Krushna Raja Ram Udavant    Shohil Vohra    Rahul Wagh
Abhishek Warang

3D Conversion by Gener8 Digital Media Services

Murat Ayasli    Paul Becker    Nathan Behmlander
Frank Benton    Melissa Best    Jared Bonin
Jason Bowers    Ben Breckenridge    Tasha Brotherton
Meagan Byrt    Esteban Camacho    Daniel Carnegie
Daniel Carpenter    Owen Cartagena    Michael Cha
Tim Chou    Erik Classen    Sandy Coles
Jan Paul Dorr    Josephine Dwyer    Marlon Engel
Sooman Ginze    Geoffrey Harlos    Craig Houston
Heather Hughson    Collin Kortschak    Chandrasekhar Krishnan
Nirmal Kumar    Daniel Langlois    Kelvin Leung
Brendan Llave    Francisco Massanet    Eric Mitchell
Jason Negreiff    Zachary Ng    Senh Dang
Peter Pelisek    Jushua Provido    John Rix
Daniel Stein    Jenna Sunde    Ian White
Cobol Yu    Lei Zhang    Donaji Zuniga Rojas

Previs/Post VIS Supervisor    Scott Meadows
Lead Previs Artists    AJ Briones
Roy Sato
Previs Artists    Michael Jackson
Ben Shupe
Buffy Bailey
Chris De Souza
Martin Hesselink
Ken Mackenzie
Joe Henderson
Lead Post VIS Artists    Arsen Arzumanyan
Scott Cullen
Ari Teger
Kevin Williams
Previsualization by    Digital Domain 3.0
Halon Entertainment LLC
MR X
Lidar and Cyberscans    Industrial Pixel VFX









Soundtrack on Varèse Sarabande

Music

"Surrender"
Written by Rick Nielsen
Performed by Cheap Trick
Courtesy of Epic Records
By arrangement with Sony Music Licensing

"More Bounce To The Ounce"
Written by Roger Troutman
Performed by Zapp
Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc.
By arrangement with
Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing

"We Will Rock You Vonlichten"
Written by Brian May Helmut Vonlichten
and Franz Vonlichten
Performed by Queen + Vonlichten
Courtesy of Hollywood Records and
Courtesy of Universal International Music BV
Under License from
Universal Music Enterprises and
Courtesy of Wigshop Records

"Hail To The Chief"
Written by James Sanderson

"True"
Written by Gary Kemp
Performed by Spandau Ballet
Hindi Vocals by Michel Tyabji
Courtesy of Parlophone Records Ltd
By arrangement with
Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing

"Working For The Weekend"
Written by Paul Dean, Matthew Frenette
and Mike Reno
Performed by Loverboy
Courtesy of
Sony Music Entertainment (Canada)
& Columbia Records
By arrangement with Sony Music Licensing

"Rise Together"
Written by Sergei Hall
and Kieron Mcternan
Performed by Cult 45
Courtesy of Misshapen Ltd
Under License from Ministry of Sound /
Discopolis Recordings Ltd

"Kathy"
Written by Robert Wyatt Winborne
and Jakob Ryan Shaw
Performed by Charles Prestige

"You Make Me Feel So Young"
Written by Josef Joe Myrow
and Mack Gordon
Produced by Kevin Grady

"It Had To Be You"
Written by Isham Jones and Gus Kahn
Produced by Kevin Grady

"Everybody Wants To Rule The World"
Written by Chris Hughes, Roland Orzabal
and Ian Stanley
Produced by Kevin Grady

"She's Gone"
Written by Daryl Hall and John Oates
Performed by Hall & Oates
Courtesy of Elektra Entertainment Group
By arrangement with
Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing

"Smurf Main Theme"
Written by Joseph R. Barbera
William Hanna and Hoyt S Curtin
Courtesy of Warner Bros Entertainment Inc.
And Courtesy of IMPS

"Game On"
Written by Allan Grigg, Nicholas Furlong
and Juaquin Malphurs
Produced by Kooolkojak and Ras
Performed by Waka Flocka Flame
Featuring Good Charlotte
Waka Flocka Flame Appears Courtesy of
Atlantic Recording Corp.









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Astro Fighter courtesy of G-Mode Corporation

Battlezone courtesy of Rebellion Interactive Games Ltd.

Pengo, Space Attack and Zaxxon courtesy of Sega Holdings Co., Ltd. or its Affiliates

Midway Arcade Cabinets and Wizard of Wor courtesy of Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

"Star Wars" Merchandise courtesy of LucasFilm Ltd.

Max Headroom based on an original idea by Rocky Morton, Annabel Jankel and George Stone
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MTV's "MTV Studio" used with permission by MTV.
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"Margaret Thatcher — The Downing Street Portrait"
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White House Blueprints courtesy Division of Political History,
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Masters of the Universe courtesy of Mattel, Inc.

"The World According to GARP" poster licensed by
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White House Collection courtesy of the White House Historical Association

"Fast Times At Ridgemont High" courtesy of Universal Studios Licensing LLC

"One Tree Hill" footage licensed by Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

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"Pump It Up: The Ultimate Dance Workout" footage licensed courtesy of
Ministry of Sound Ltd.

Williams Electronics Games Pinball Machines used courtesy WMS Gaming Inc.

Filmed at Pinewood Toronto Studios

India Production Services by India Takeone Productions


Special Thanks To

City and People of Toronto
Professor Toru Iwatani



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