The film's previous plot told the story of a dog named Henry, a famous TV star, who one day finds himself stranded in the Nevada desert with a testy, one-eyed cat and an oversized, radioactive rabbit who are themselves searching for new homes, all the while believing he is still on television. Mittens follows Bolt and explains. Rotten Tomatoes reported that 88% of critics gave positive reviews based on 166 reviews. Theatrical A broken-hearted Bolt leaves, but Mittens, on a gantry in the studio, sees Penny telling her mother how much she misses Bolt. In 2006, after becoming Chief Creative Officer at Disney Animation, John Lasseter along with other directors from Pixar and Disney attended two screenings of the film and gave Sanders notes on how to improve the story. Her emotional rant reveals that she was once a house cat, but was abandoned by her previous owner and left to brave the harsh streets alone and declawed. [2] The film's previous plot told the story of a dog named Henry, a famous TV star, who one day finds himself stranded in the Nevada desert with a testy, one-eyed cat and an oversized, radioactive rabbit who are themselves searching for new homes, all the while believing he is still on television. [45] The game focuses on Bolt's fake TV life, not the actual storyline. The premiere was held at El Capitan Theatre on November 16, 2008 in the arrivals and red carpet attended by John Travolta, Miley Cyrus, Malcolm McDowell, Diedrich Bader, Nick Swardson, Greg Germann, Susie Essman, and Randy Savage. [7] New technology in non-photorealistic rendering (NPR) was used to give it a special visual appearance, a technique later used in Tangled (2010). For the character, see, "Barking at the Moon" redirects here. Despite a relatively marginal box-office performance, the film received a strong positive critical reception and is renowned for playing an important role in instigating what is widely referred to as the Disney Revival, as well as setting the studio in a new creative direction that would lead to other critically acclaimed features such as Tangled (2010) and Frozen (2013). Bolt's characteristics are based on an amalgam of breeds, although the designers started with the American White Shepherd. To give the movie's 3D backgrounds a hand-painted look, the company artists used new patented technology designed specifically for the movie. Boltson "Bolt" Vanilla Cody Ramon Forrest Mordecai Matthew Dumbo Clarence Benjamin Zac Andrew Craig Forrester is the protagonist. After filming completes for the latest episode, Bolt escapes from his on-set trailer mistakenly believing Penny has been kidnapped by the television villain. Another review aggregator, Metacritic, gave the film a 68/100 approval rating based on 28 reviews following under the category "generally favorable reviews". He originally worked at a Hollywood studio with his costar, owner, and best friend, Penny but her mother pulled them out and quit. On its opening weekend, the film opened #3 with $26,223,128 behind Twilight and Quantum of Solace. Surprised at his first feelings of both pain and hunger, Bolt is shown by Mittens how to act like a cute, but needy dog, and is rewarded by food. Super Rhino was included in the 2009 DVD and Blu-Ray release of Bolt. Penny begs Bolt to go but Bolt refuses to leave her. A White Shepherd puppy named Bolt is adopted by an eight-year-old girl named Penny. Bolt is a 2008 American computer animated comedy-adventure film produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures. Home video A girl named Penny and a dog named Bolt star on a hit television series called Bolt in which the titular character has various superpowers and must constantly thwart the evil plans of the nefarious Dr. Calico. [18] The DVD has sold 4,581,755 copies, generating $81.01 million in sales as of December 31, 2009. When he believes that his human, Penny, has been kidnapped, he sets out on a cross-country journey to "rescue" her. Joe Moshier, lead character designer, said, "they [American White Shepherds] have really long ears, a trait that I tried to caricature in order to allow the animators to emphasize Bolt's expressiveness.". [11] The soundtrack featured the film's score and two original songs – "I Thought I Lost You" by Bolt's stars Miley Cyrus and John Travolta (nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song on 2009) as well as "Barking at the Moon" by Rilo Kiley singer Jenny Lewis. [32] An additional $195.9 million was made internationally as of January 2, 2011[update], for a worldwide total of $310 million.[1][33]. Motörhead's song "Dog-Face Boy" (from their Sacrifice album) is in a mailroom scene where a young worker is listening to it on his headphones and inadvertently wraps Bolt up in a box that gets shipped off to New York City.[13]. A trailer for the film was released on June 27, 2008, preceding WALL-E. A second trailer for the film was released on October 3, 2008, preceding Beverly Hills Chihuahua. It should be noted that this is the first computer animated feature film to implement non-photorealistic rendering. The film's plot centers on a small white dog named Bolt who, having spent his entire life on the set of a television series, thinks that he has super powers. As their adventure proceeds, Bolt starts to notice that his superpowers aren't working, and rationalizes this is the effect that styrofoam has on his body. They meet Rhino, a fearless, TV-obsessed hamster and huge Bolt fan who joins their team. "[29], On its opening weekend, the film opened number 3 with $26.2 million behind Twilight and Quantum of Solace. Meanwhile, in Hollywood, Penny is distraught over Bolt's disappearance but is convinced by the studio to continue filming with a less experienced lookalike dog. [12], Although Motörhead has a song in the film, they do not seem to appear in either the soundtrack or the score. The DVD has sold 4,581,755 copies, generating $81.01 million in sales as of December 31st 2009. 2 behind Four Christmases with a 1.4% increase. They rescue Mittens from the shelter, and as they continue west, Bolt and Mittens form a close friendship in which she teaches Bolt how to be an ordinary dog and enjoy typical dog activities. The end credits feature the life of Bolt as a real dog. [48], "Bolt (Disney)" redirects here. The show continues with a replacement "Bolt" and "Penny" and a new storyline involving alien abduction. This was one of the final film roles for James Lipton before his death on March 2, 2020, the other being Igor, which was released the same year. Beginning in its fourth week in theaters, the film was accompanied by Pixar's Cars Toons short Tokyo Mater. Bolt was originally going to be named "The Omega Dog". Lasseter was quoted as saying "Chris Sanders is extremely talented, but he couldn’t take it to the place it had to be." The BD set included standard DVD and digital copy versions of the film. All music is composed by John Powell, except as noted. [19], The 3D Blu-ray version of the film was released in November 2010, in France[20] and UK. All the puppies are following each other and moving in a pack, except for the white one, who's playing with a squeaky carrot toy. Surprised at his first feelings of hunger, Bolt is shown by Mittens how to act like a cute but needy dog, obtaining food for them both at an RV park. In June 8, 2007, Disney announced that the film, now under its current name, would be released on November 21, 2008 in Disney Digital 3-D. This was Chris Williams' and Byron Howard's first film together. "[27] Tasha Robinson of The A.V. Directed by Chris Williams and Byron Howard, the film stars the voices of John Travolta, Miley Cyrus, Malcolm McDowell, Diedrich Bader, Nick Swardson, Greg Germann, Susie Essman and Mark Walton. A special trailer was shown before High School Musical 3: Senior Year on October 24, 2008. In the film, he is voiced by John Travolta. Penny herself adopts Mittens and Rhino, and moves to a rural home to enjoy a simpler, happy lifestyle with Bolt and her new pets. Bolt is a 2008 film starring John Travolta as the voice talents of Bolt, Miley Cyrus as Penny, Susie Essman as Mittens the cat, and Mark Walton as Rhino the hamster. He attempts to break through a window, knocking himself unconscious as he falls into a box of styrofoam peanuts. The film was nominated for a series of awards, such as the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature, Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film and Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song. Originally, the film was going to be titled American Dog, and was written and directed by Chris Sanders. After being freed en route by Rhino, Bolt finally realizes that he is just a normal dog, but regains his confidence after Rhino (oblivious to this revelation) gives him a pep talk. The website's critical consensus reads: "Bolt is a pleasant animated comedy that overcomes the story's familiarity with strong visuals and likable characters." Encanto (2021). "[25] Another review aggregator, Metacritic, gave the film a 67/100 approval rating based on 29 reviews following under the category "generally favorable reviews". Mittens tries to convince Bolt that his superpowers aren't real, but their discussion is cut short by the arrival of Animal Control, who captures them both and transports them to an animal shelter. Eventually, Sanders was removed from the project and replaced by Chris Williams and Byron Howard. At the same time, the Bolt-lookalike panics during filming and accidentally knocks over some torches, setting the sound stage on fire and trapping Penny. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Due to its well performance at the box office and receiving positive reviews, It should be noted that the films which have followed after. Kenneth Turan of The Los Angeles Times compared Bolt with The Truman Show and stated in his review "[Bolt] also has an intriguing plot that is kind of the family animation version of the Jim Carrey-starring The Truman Show.". Rhino, learning of Bolt's departure, convinces Mittens that they must help him, and the two set off to find Bolt once again. Bolt was also Disney Animation's first feature film to be produced under the complete creative guidance of then-Pixar executive John Lasseter in his role as chief creative officer for the studio, as well as the first computer-animated feature film to implement non-photorealistic rendering. This was the first Disney animated film produced under the creative guidance of. Penny and her mother quit when their overeager agent proposes they exploit the incident for publicity purposes. The locomotives hauling the freight train were painted blue and gray in the trailer. After the release of Meet the Robinsons, Disney animators and filmmakers had an extensive training program to prepare for the work on what would later be called \"Bolt\". To gain a more realistic performance, the show's producers have deceived Bolt his entire life, arranging the filming in such a way that Bolt believes everything in the show is real and that he really has superpowers, including a devastatingly powerful sonic scream-like "superbark". To gain a more realistic performance, the TV show's producers have deceived Bolt his entire life, arranging the filming in such a way that Bolt believes the television show is real and he really has superpowers. At the same time, the Bolt lookalike panics during the show's filming and accidentally knocks over some flaming torches, setting the sound stage on fire with Penny trapped inside. The look of the film was inspired by the paintings of Edward Hopper and the cinematography of Vilmos Zsigmond. His journey and the personal evolution that it provokes in him is core to the film's main themes. Bolt refuses to believe her and continues on alone to Hollywood; with Rhino's encouragement his two friends follow shortly after. Club gave the film a B+ stating that "Bolt is the studio's first film since Lilo & Stitch that feels like it's trying to recapture the old Disney instead of aggressively shedding it in favor of something slick and new. This is the first film directed by Chris Williams and Byron Howard. Bolt uses his "superbark" through the building's air vent, alerting the firefighters to their location and allowing both of them to be rescued in time. In New York, Bolt resumes his search for Penny and, much to his dismay and confusion, finds out the hard way that his "superpowers" are useless. Bolt reaches the studio and finds Penny embracing his lookalike, unaware that Penny still misses him and her affection for the lookalike is only a part of a rehearsal. The film's plot centers on a white dog named Bolt who, having spent his entire life on the set of a television series, thinks that he has super powers. A video game based on the film was released on November 18, 2008 for Nintendo DS, Wii, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PC, and also for mobile phone.
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