Atlantis: The Lost Empire

The world’s most highly qualified crew of archaeologists and explorers is led by historian Milo Thatch as they board the incredible 1,000-foot submarine Ulysses and head deep into the mysteries of the sea. The underwater expedition takes an unexpected turn when the team’s mission must switch from exploring Atlantis to protecting it.

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Film Cast:

  • Milo James Thatch (voice): Michael J. Fox
  • Princess ‘Kida’ Kidagakash (voice): Cree Summer
  • Commander Lyle Tiberius Rourke (voice): James Garner
  • Helga Katrina Sinclair (voice): Claudia Christian
  • Dr. Joshua Strongbear Sweet (voice): Phil Morris
  • King Kashekim Nedakh (voice): Leonard Nimoy
  • Preston B. Whitmore (voice): John Mahoney
  • Gaetan ‘The Mole’ Moliere (voice): Corey Burton
  • Vincenzo ‘Vinny’ Santorini (voice): Don Novello
  • Audrey Rocio Ramirez (voice): Jacqueline Obradors
  • Wilhelmina Bertha Packard (voice): Florence Stanley
  • Fenton Q. Harcourt (voice): David Ogden Stiers
  • Young Kida (voice): Natalie Strom
  • Jebidiah Allardyce ‘Cookie’ Farnsworth (voice): Jim Varney
  • Additional Voices (voice): Jim Cummings
  • Additional Voices (voice): Patrick Pinney

Film Crew:

  • Other: David Reynolds
  • Original Music Composer: James Newton Howard
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Gary Rydstrom
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Tom Johnson
  • Casting: Ruth Lambert
  • Casting: Mary Hidalgo
  • ADR Editor: Michael Silvers
  • Sound Designer: Shannon Mills
  • Foley Artist: Dennie Thorpe
  • Foley Mixer: Tony Eckert
  • Sound Mix Technician: Juan Peralta
  • Producer: Don Hahn
  • Story: Joss Whedon
  • In Memory Of: Jim Varney
  • Supervising Music Editor: Jim Weidman
  • Production Design: Mike Mignola
  • Sound Effects Designer: Rob Nokes
  • Casting Associate: Matthew Jon Beck
  • Story: Tab Murphy
  • Story: Gary Trousdale
  • Story: Kirk Wise
  • Editor: Ellen Keneshea
  • Post-Production Manager: Sue Bea Montgomery
  • Associate Editor: John K. Carr
  • Story Artist: Dean DeBlois
  • Dialect Coach: Susan Hegarty
  • Production Design: Matt Codd
  • Story: Bryce Zabel
  • Story: Jackie Zabel
  • Title Designer: John Brian King
  • Orchestrator: Jeff Atmajian
  • Post Production Supervisor: Lori Korngiebel
  • Production Design: Ricardo F. Delgado
  • Music Editor: David Olson
  • CGI Supervisor: Kiran Bhakta Joshi
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Marlon West
  • Associate Producer: Kendra Haaland
  • Still Photographer: Cos Aelenei
  • Sound Effects Editor: Ken Fischer
  • Visual Development: Rick Maki
  • Supervising Animator: Anthony DeRosa
  • Visual Effects: Matsune Suzuki
  • Color Designer: Maria Gonzalez
  • Visual Effects: David ‘Joey’ Mildenberger
  • Visual Effects: Dan Lund
  • Visual Effects: Thomas Baker
  • Layout: Lam Hoang
  • Production Design: Jim Martin
  • Post Production Coordinator: Katie Hooten
  • Conductor: Pete Anthony
  • Art Direction: David Goetz
  • Painter: Joyce Alexander
  • Sculptor: Kent Melton
  • Camera Operator: Al Vasquez
  • Additional Music: Jonathan Allen
  • Compositors: Earl Coffman
  • Color Timer: Terry Claborn
  • First Assistant Editor: Carol Folgate
  • Production Accountant: Andrea McCarthy Paul
  • Production Coordinator: Kirsten Bulmer
  • Assistant Sound Editor: Marcie Romano
  • Foley Editor: Mary Helen Leasman
  • Special Effects Supervisor: Boyd Lacosse
  • Projection: Don Henry
  • Lighting Artist: Pei Dieleman
  • Book: Plato
  • Foley Recordist: Frank ‘Pepe’ Merel
  • Negative Cutter: Rich Mackay
  • Assistant Production Manager: Lesley Addario Bentivegna
  • Musician: Tom Boyd
  • Character Designer: Anne Marie Bardwell
  • Additional Visual Effects: Virgilio John Aquino
  • Assistant Editor: Mary Blee
  • Layout Supervisor: Ed Ghertner
  • Additional Dialogue: Vince Caro
  • Administrative Assistant: Kathleen Violet Grey
  • Production Assistant: Froydis Boe
  • Production Secretary: Charles ‘Chip’ Church

Movie Reviews:

  • r96sk: Excellent.

    I had previously heard a fair bit of hype down the years regarding ‘Atlantis: The Lost Empire’ and now, finally, I can understand why. It is very good. My favourite part of it is the animation which is exquisite, especially across acts one and two with the great amount of detail. The characters are cool, while the premise is pretty fascinating.

    Michael J. Fox is a superb cast as Milo, he is fantastic in the lead role. Honestly, none of the other voices stand out to me but that’s not always a bad thing – especially in this film. There are no huge individual performances, away from Fox, but they all bounce off each other nicely.

    The plot is very interesting, brought to life brilliantly by James Newton Howard’s terrific score. It’s not near the top of my Disney animated favourites, just through process of elimination really, but it certainly isn’t majorly far off. It’s a fun experience, one I’d recommend you see for yourself if you haven’t done so already.

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